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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Nickerson vs Sentes at 133:
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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Pin .Grey should have A) ate everything in site and hit the weight room and gone 141 or B) got his butt into the best Cardio of his life and been ready for 33. I believe it was Seton Hall pirate who said ''Grey looks beat' against Boris 1/2 through the 3rd. at the CK. I wonder what Koll will do if TNick can't make 25 ? Bump tNick up to face grey or ???

    I said in my write up on the CKI that Grey couldn't do anything against Boris. But is SHP said that he was correct about how Grey performed there.

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    UNC Greensboro is offering a live feed -2 days 19.95 -Saturday and finals $9.95

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    webcast info:

    Spartan All Access to provide exclusive coverage of 2009 Southern Scuffle



    GREENSBORO, N.C. - Collegiate wrestling's finest competitors will be on display when the 2009 UNCG Southern Scuffle takes place on December 29 and 30 from the Greensboro Coliseum's Special Events Center and fans can catch all of the action on their computers with Spartan All Access.

    More than 400 wrestlers are slated to compete in 10 weight classes, with 53 of them currently ranked in the top 20 in their respective weight classes according to InterMat. Four wrestlers currently ranked No. 1 in the nation in their weight classes, including defending NCAA champions Troy Nickerson of Cornell (125 lbs.) and Jarrod King from Edinboro (165 lbs.) are slated to compete.

    This is the seventh year of the UNCG Southern Scuffle and the sixth time it has been held at the Special Events Center. Each year, several future national champions have been on display, sometimes squaring off against competitors they meet down the road at the NCAA Championship in March. This year, King's 165 lbs. weight class and the 285 lb. class with top-ranked Konrad Dudziak of Duke features the most ranked wrestlers with seven. Nickerson's 125 lbs. class features six of the top seven ranked competitors, nearly ensuring some sneak previews of the NCAA Championship in that bracket. There are seven teams ranked in the top 20 in this year's UNCG Southern Scuffle field.

    Fans can catch all the action by purchasing one of four packages for the Spartan All Access coverage of the Southern Scuffle. Fans can purchase a complete tournament package for $19.95, which will include all three sessions. Session 1, featuring all of Friday's action, and Session 2, which features Saturday's action up to the championship round, can be purchased for $9.95 each. Session 3, featuring only the championship matches on Saturday evening, will be available for $7.95.

    Martin Fleming and Joey Burridge will call the action from this year's tournament, with two "feature" mats being shown. Matches of significance are typically funneled by tournament officials to these feature mats as often as possible without affecting the integrity of the tournament bracket. Coverage includes teams from all over the country and is not just focused on UNCG wrestlers. However, because care is given to not disrupting the flow of the tournament, decisions are made as the day goes on for which matches will be shown as a part of Spartan All Access.

    Packages may be purchased by clicking on the gold Spartan All Access login box in the top right side of any page at www.UNCGSpartans.com and www.southernscuffle.com.
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    Individuals ranked in the latest InterMat rankings that are slated to compete:
    125 Pounds:
    1. Troy Nickerson - Cornell
    2. Angel Escobedo - Indiana
    4. Zach Sanders - Minnesota
    5. James Nicholson - Old Dominion
    6. Jarrod Garnett - Virginia Tech
    7. Eric Morrill - Edinboro

    133 Pounds:
    2. Jayson Ness - Minnesota
    10. Mike Grey - Cornell
    11. Danny Mitcheff - Kent State
    15. Kyle Hutter - Old Dominion

    141 Pounds:
    5. Kyle Drake - Cornell
    6. Mike Thorn - Minnesota

    149 Pounds:
    9. Mario Mason - Minnesota
    10. Matt Kyler - Army
    11. Matt Cathell - Kent State
    20. Nick Stabile - North Carolina

    157 Pounds:
    4. Matt Moley - Bloomsburg
    9. Kurt Kinser - Indiana
    12. Jake Deitchler - Minnesota
    14. Bryce Saddoris - Navy
    16. Danny Gonsor - Virginia
    19. Jonny Bonilla-Bowman - Hofstra

    165 Pounds:
    1. Jarrod King - Edinboro
    4. Dustin Schlatter - Minnesota
    10. Justin Kerber - Cornell
    11. Chris Brown - Old Dominion
    14. Paul Young - Indiana
    17. P.J. Gillespie - Hofstra
    19. Rick Schmelyun - Bloomsburg

    174 Pounds:
    1. Mack Lewness - Edinboro
    4. Chris Henrich - Virginia
    10. Ryan Patrovich - Hofstra
    13. Luke Rebertus - Navy
    18. Scott Griffin - Pennsylvania
    19. Justin Zeerip - Michigan

    184 Pounds:
    3. Dustin Kilgore - Kent State
    16. Steve Bosak - Cornell
    17. John Barone - Duke
    18. Sonny Yohn - Minnesota
    20. Ben Clymer - Hofstra

    197 Pounds:
    5. Anthony Biondo - Michigan
    6. Cam Simaz - Cornell
    11. Brent Jones - Virginia
    14. Jesse Strawn - Old Dominion
    15. Dennis Drury - North Carolina
    16. Richard Starks - Army

    285 Pounds:
    1. Konrad Dudziak - Duke
    6. Nathan Everhart - Indiana
    10. Mitch Monteiro - Cal State Bakersfield
    11. Ben Berhow - Minnesota
    14. Chris Birchler - Edinboro
    16. Josh Arnone - Cornell
    19. Brendan Barlow - Kent State
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    "Good things happen when you wrestle for a full seven minutes." -- Jayson Ness, post-finals press conference

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    I'll wind up buying it again as the quality of the webcast has always been very good.

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    I may BUY myself an xmas present -this could be the best Scuffle in over all quality in memory .

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    Is Kinser back?

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    Good to see Jarrod Garnett in the preseeds for Midlands and Scuffle. Especially since neither are on the VT schedule.
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