6:45 pm in the O'Dome the #3 Gators take on #19 Arkansas and the media darling new coach Jordyn Wieber. Wieber is the youngest head coach of any major program or sport at 24 years old. Gators should handle this warm-up with ease and set up what should be the battle for the SEC crown with LSU the following week. As far as the team, only one major loss from last season with Alicia Boren graduating. One freshman addition in Payton Richards. Richards should see a spot on the rotation on beam perhaps floor depending upon how well she continues to produce in practice. The team should rebound from a disappointing finish last year, The seniors Hundley and Gowey looked locked in during the intrasquad meet. Hundley finishing her career with a classic rock floor routine. Super soph Trinity Thomas, the only NCAA athlete on the US National team, will be the trendsetter for the team. If you get the chance to watch her on any event I highly recommend it. She has excellent lines and her execution is smooth. She never looks like she is forcing anything. On the whole, I expect a top 3 finish for the team anything else would be a disappointment and Rowland would be solidly on the hot seat. Oklahoma should still win its 4th national title in 5 years in Maggie Nichols final year. The next two years should be UF's national titles, with the addition of 2020 Olympians Morgan Hurd and Riley McClusker along with Trinity, the team should be dominant. Hopefully, a new training center will come online once the Mac is torn down and the space is available with the football facility. I really encourage anyone if you get the chance to attend a meet. They are quick, and impressive with the toughness and athleticism of these girls. The O'dome gets rocking with almost 10k every meet, so get their early! Go Gators!!!