Gold is an idiot.
Forgot about Dwyer-so used to him being at 165 -James still loses a lot for the #5 guy in the country .
I didn't even notice it the first time that I looked in here but in pure Brent Jones fashion he comes off an awful weekend at the Scuffle and then pins the #4 guy in the country in 15 seconds.
This is the link to the Stardust made earlier RE: Pataky/Garnett:
Junior Brad Pataky (Clearfield, Pa.), ranked No. 12 at 125, took No. 13 Jarrod Garnett in one of the dual's top bouts. Pataky, who was pinned by Garnett in the finals of the Nittany Lion Open in December, forced the first tie-up of the bout with a solid single leg. Garnett was able to counter and force a reset with 2:10 left in the bout. Pataky scored quickly off the reset with a swift double leg to take a 2-0 lead. The Nittany Lion junior then built up over a minute in riding time before being reversed by Garnett, tying the score at 2-2 with :45 left. Pataky quickly escaped to a 3-2 lead and then scrambled to a takedown with just :02 left to carry a 5-2 lead into the second period. Garnett chose down to begin the second period. Pataky maintained control of the ranked Hokie until 1:08 mark before Garnett escaped to a 5-3 deficit. But Pataky quickly added another double leg to up his lead to 7-3 with over 2:00 of riding time. He then rode his Hokie opponent out to lead 7-3 with 2:57 in riding time heading into the final period. Pataky chose down to start the last stanza. He steadily worked his way to his base and escaped at the 1:30 mark, moving out to an 8-3 lead and guaranteeing himself a riding time point. Pataky then added a fourth takedown to lead 10-3 with :56 left. Pataky cut Garnett loose to a 10-4 lead and then began working for team bonus points by getting another takedown. Pataky forced a shot on the edge of the mat but Garnett was able to counter and get his first takedown. Pataky walked away with an impressive 12-6 decision to put Penn State up 3-0.
Last edited by kr1963; 01-08-2010 at 07:33 PM. Reason: Department of Redunduncy Department
You forgot mention that it was a girl no less who pointed this out. I deleted my post...(actually I merely modified it.)
Super 32 Challenge - October 26-27, 2013
"Good things happen when you wrestle for a full seven minutes." -- Jayson Ness, post-finals press conference