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Logan Bradley | College Gymnastics Association | January 12, 2018

Can anyone stop Oklahoma as it looks to win its 4th straight title?

With the 2018 men's gynmastics season starting Friday, there's one looming question that hangs over the head of the nation: Is this the year someone can finally dethrone Oklahoma?

The Sooners have gone 1,371 days since their last loss, but this year's field is as wide open as NCAA men's gymnastics has seen in years. Ohio State, Stanford, Illinois and Minnesota all enter the season with strong teams and are vying for position to take down Oklahoma's run of dominace. 

No. 14 Army hosts No. 7 Penn State, No. 12 Navy, No. 13 William & Mary, No. 16 Springfield and No. 19 Temple as the 2018 campaign opens with the West Point Open, the same site where the Sooners won their third consecutive championship last season.

RANKINGS: Oklahoma unanimous No. 1 team to start the season

For a full preview of the season, click the graphic below:

CGA's 2018 #NCAAMGYm Season Preview

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