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MoState FW (Foley & Webb) are 5-1 with 15 ballots.

 

Some Big Wins they have include-

Northwestern- MS

and Emory SW

 

way to go guys! Good luck the rest of the tournament.

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who are they hitting 8th round?

 

edit: found it

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I am not sure who they dropped to but it was in their first three rounds that they dropped. Also they are in Doubles and are debating Towson CL.

 

Can someone say 3/4 rematch?

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teach those cheaters how we debate here in missouri

 

I can't imagine how inherency and funding presses would ever be an intelligent strategy outside of this state...

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I can't imagine how inherency and funding presses would ever be an intelligent strategy outside of this state...

 

You'd be surprised...

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Congratulations to Missouri State FW. Damn good showing at this tournament beating Emory SW, USC JL ( I am pretty sure) and a couple others. Towson CL was a top ten first round team, a 3-2 is very very close.

 

what went down in this round, anyway?

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Framework is a GOOD strat vs. Towson.

 

Framework is a good strat against someone who doesn't affirm the res.

 

Jeff- Towson was aff and read their critical pedagogy arguments, FW was neg and read framework and case (some stuff to hedge against Towson's DelGado evidence that impact turns fairness.)

 

It was a 3-2 decision with Olsen, Garner, and DeLong on top, and Murillo/Lacy on the bottom. All judges said it was a very close debate.

 

Among FW's prelim wins were Emory SW (first round), USC JL (first round) and Northwestern MS. Their two losses were Wake CC and Cal BP, and they were the 6th seed.

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From Ermo's FB status update;

 

Mo State FK 6-1 w/ 19 ballots. Just beat Harvard on a 3-0. Good luck fellas.

 

 

JP

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Is there any website I can follow up to date results on? How many rounds until they break to doubles?

 

EDIT: Found them on Planetdebate too

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FK is currently debating Georgia CL. FK is aff. From my estimation FK is currently in the top four, a 3-0 win would assure a top four seed, but I don't know what it will take to get a bye until tomorrow.

 

FG is neg against Kansas PW.

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Is there any website I can follow up to date results on? How many rounds until they break to doubles?

 

Your best bet is probably the debateresults.com website. This is the last prelim, all 5-3s will clear. Doubles are tonight after the awards ceremony, I believe.

 

BTW, I'm pretty sure the rounds just started within the last few mins...so expect approx. two hours before you hear anything.

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2-1 to Cal BJ, who had five wins after six, and they were also a first round.

 

W's:

Liberty GW

Wyo BH

Emporia FL

Texas-Dallas DR

Cal WG

Harvard JP, fourth in the Copeland.

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Missouri has Harvard's number. Foley and Kearney have won all three of their debates this year.

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