Assessing 141 Pounds:
The Where: Reno Tournament of Champions
The When: 2009
The Who: The Ohio University Bobcats, led by Germaine Lindsay and Nick Purdue
The What: Consider this Lindsay's breakout party.
He comes in as the 8th seed and decided to wreck the West Coast. In the quarters, he knocked off top seed and top-five ranked Filip Novachkov. In the semis, he beat fifth seed Adin Duenas 9-6. An injury prevented him from stepping on the
Updated 11-17-2010 at 07:57 PM by Gold
The other night I marveled in awe at what was headed my way.
Sirens blared throughout Cambridge, warning of a possible tornado. Winds ravaged trees and bullets of rain buffeted down, flooding streets and basements. Certainly little third and fifth graders cried and screamed as they were coerced into the hallways for safety. Certainly dogs squealed in terror and hid behind couches.
But I was unaffected by these things.
It was later on, as I
Updated 11-17-2010 at 07:58 PM by Gold
Senior Chris Phillips, once regarded as the nation's top recruit after storming through his freshman Ironman bracket, has decided to continue wrestling at NC State.
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The Buckeyes had their final round of wrestle-offs at their coaches clinic last night. Looks like injuries are going to give opportunities to guys we didn't expect to see. Here are the results:
125: Logan Stieber TECH Josh Whitt Bo Touris injured
133: Ian Paddock TECH Drew Stone
141: Randall Languis DEC Joe Grandominico Collin Palmer injured
149: Sean Nemec MAJ Mike Fee
157: Colt Sponseller
Updated 10-22-2010 at 08:50 AM by Gold
Per their site, Ohio State Wrestling Team has begun their wrestle-off mini tournaments, and most of the finals are now set up. The finals will take place Thursday, October 21, at the Ohio State Coaches Clinic. Here are the results so far and the final matchups: 125 Round 1:
Bo Touris mdec. Josh Whitt, 17-4 Up next:
Bo Touris vs. Logan Stieber 133 Up next:
Ian Paddock vs. Drew Stone 141