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  1. #37

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonjon View Post
    yeah ask charlie about getting attacked and attacked by Zach Sanders if that was boreing. The Iowa Tech Hokeyes are about through for awhile

    I'm sure we couldn't find lopsided losses on the other end of the spectrum.
    To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

  2. #38

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    To the credit of both guys none of the three Falck/Sanders matches were lopsided anyway.

    All three were very competitive, and very exciting.

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    My pt being is Sanders attacks till the final whistle and is an All-American because of it. Nothing boreing about that. You talk about folding 2 years ago and when Kish, Dustin and CP were banged up there went the season. Iowa was away from the top prize in Wrestling since 2000 remember? So this century The Pokes have 4 and the Hawks and Gophers are tied with 3 a piece so big deal. Minnesota gave this year away knowing they didn't have the horses to compete. Iowa will be back rebuilding next year much like OSU and the Gophers did this year. If Iowa wrestles like they did this year at the show they will have no chance. The Gophers will give Iowa a run this year with DSchlatter back and that star studed class of Mr. Olympian,Mason,Geiger Yohn. 141 might be the key. If Thorn wins I like the Gophers chances
    Last edited by jonjon; 08-29-2009 at 03:15 AM. Reason: forgot name

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    yawn, yes Iowa had 19.8 scholarships. I know. Your argument is very persuasive. :duh:

    No excuses. Minny folded 2 years ago at the NCAA's. Much like Iowa's tourney last year. Yet Iowa still one the NCAA's. Both years.


    Keep using tired old arguments and I might think you are unoriginal.
    What was your excuse when Minny and OSU took home the top prize from 2001 to 2007? (Oh please tell us about the heritage and history of Iowa wrestling as we are all in the dark about the past) that is 7 straight years without and your critical of minnesota being away 2 years? Well as long as your being fair!
    Last edited by jonjon; 08-29-2009 at 03:18 AM.

  5. #41

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonjon View Post
    What was your excuse when Minny and OSU took home the top prize from 2001 to 2007? (Oh please tell us about the heritage and history of Iowa wrestling as we are all in the dark about the past) that is 7 straight years without and your critical of minnesota being away 2 years? Well as long as your being fair!
    The point is you are using stuff that has been said a billion times before by every Iowa basher out there, for the last 2.5 half years. If you are going to play the game at least try to be somewhat witty. Heck even LoSt has a gem in there now and again. (whether it's intentional or not)

    As far as 2001-2007. No excuses Jimmy Z didn't do what he need to do as far as recruiting, coaching, etc and that's the reason he is no longer at Iowa.

    You are funny, I was just playing along with LoSt and you think I'm being a big meanie and picking on your poor Minnesota Golden Goofers. Lighten up jonjon untwist your panties. You are the one that started with the VT stuff.(Very original I might add).

    While were talking heritage, remind me when Minnesota's wrestling heritage began?

    I understand you are new to the board. So Welcome to TWT.
    RIP Jacob Schlottke 1984-2011




  6. #42

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    well you called my funny after you told me to try and be somewhat witty in my posts so I guess I am LoSt!I will tell you about the heritage but you would break out your gable talk and your 22 national championships(that truly has been said a billion times before)so you will just have to break that out on your own. We have never heard that from hawkeye fans in the past so please start your wrestling history 101 class so we can catch up on Iowa wrestling!
    Last edited by jonjon; 08-29-2009 at 10:53 AM.

  7. #43

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonjon View Post
    141 might be the key. If Thorn wins I like the Gophers chances

    If thorn wins what? I really hope you say NCAA's.
    To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

  8. #44

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    If thorn wins what? I really hope you say NCAA's.
    Nah I was talking about Iowa- minnesota dual. I have to give the upper hand to the gophers at 125 and 133 so 141 could be critical for the gophers. Mario Mason will be solid at 149 but with brent metcalf at 149 I don't see him ready for that! 157 could go the Gohers way with Big Jake and I think D Schlatter could win it all at 165 so the Yohn's or Glasser will have to hold there own with those tough upper weights of the hawks. Iowa is pretty deep and experianced with a Sr. laden class so an injury or two could be very damageing to the hawkeyes much like it was two years ago for the gophers. Iowa is and should be favored but those young Gophers could make it tight. Should be some great wrestling in the Big ten. We as fans are spoiled in the big ten and now with Cael at Penn State I look for the them to be in the mix. Go Big Ten!!!!!!!!!!! Ohio state and Sconny are also on the way

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