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    Linky linky!

    http://www.livesportsvideo.com/goliv...=SUNYBrockport

    Says it starts at 10am Eastern Time, but the video ain't playing anything for me yet. Either way, should be starting soon...

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    Video is up

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    Nice find...watching Morrill wrestling and winning against a kid from Oklahoma in the 125 quarters.

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    Nice 7-0 win for Justin Forrest of Oklahmona over Opfer of KSU. Opfer is no slouch...

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    149 is a standout bracket with Palmer, Kyler, Terry and little Gillespie

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    Even though the two Oklahoma wrestlers (Terry and Vernon) are seeded #1 & #2, I'm thinking the finals will be Nemec of Ohio State and Shuster of Kent State.

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    Be interesting to see if Sponseller can run his career record against returning National Champ Jarrod King to 3-0 should both make the 65 final.

    That is probably our #2 marquee match of the day behind Pucillo/Kilgore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Be interesting to see if Sponseller can run his career record against returning National Champ Jarrod King to 3-0 should both make the 65 final.

    That is probably our #2 marquee match of the day behind Pucillo/Kilgore.
    I would probably say 165 is a slightly bigger match, but both should be great. Most people will probably expect Pucillo to win comfortably (I don't necessarily mean a huge margin of victory), but 165 is more intriguing since it's the returning champ against a real guy he's never beaten.

    Personally, I'm excited to see Nemec vs. Shuster at 157, and I think it will happen. Shuster got the better of him last year (though I think this is the match where Nemec was injured).

    I'll also be curious to see how well the KSU freshman Brendan Barlow does at 285 in this tournament. 285 is a pretty good weight here with Russo, Birchler, Morrison, and Fernandez. Barlow wrestles Birchler next round.


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