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    Default 2010 Cliff Keen National Duals: Predictions/Results/Discussion

    Participating Teams: (teams that have confirmed participation are listed below)


    Division I: Arizona State, Bloomsburg, Boise State, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Cornell, Iowa, Iowa State, Missouri, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, UNI, University of Maryland, University of Minnesota, Wisconsin />

    Division II: Augustana, Central Missouri, Central Oklahoma, Fort Hays State, Gannon, Mercyhurst, Minnesota State - Mankato, Newberry, San Francisco State, St. Cloud State, West Liberty, Western State College, Wisconsin Parkside, University of Nebraska Omaha, University of Nebraska Kearney, Upper Iowa />

    Division III: Augsburg, Coe, Concordia, Cornell College, Delaware Valley, Heidelburg, Johnson & Wales, Luther, North Central, St. Johns, University of Dubuque, UW- LaCrosse, UW - Stevens Point, UW- Whitewater, Wartburg, Williams />

    NAIA: Briar Cliff, Cal Baptist, Cumberland, Dickinson State, Grand View, McKendree, Missouri Valley, Oklahoma City University, Southern Oregon, Campbelsville, Great Falls, Lindenwood, Missouri Baptist, MSU-Northern, Northwestern, Notre Dame />

    NJCAA (8): Labette, Iowa Central, Iowa Lakes, Colby, Clackamas, NIACC, Ellsworth, Lincoln />

    Women (8): Jamestown College, Lindenwood University, Menlo College, Missouri Baptist University, Missouri Valley College, Oklahoma City University, University of the Cumberlands, Simon Fraizer University
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    minny may be lucky to finish in the top 5 with that field without deitchler and mason in the line-up. I am guessing 6th place for the gophers. Iowa,cornell,ISU Ohio State and Boise state are my picks in that order for the top 5

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    Maryland has a hell of a dual meet team .

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Maryland has a hell of a dual meet team .
    Maryland was lucky to beat Cornell. Everything had to break their way to win. Dont see it happenning again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grapple View Post
    Maryland was lucky to beat Cornell. Everything had to break their way to win. Dont see it happenning again.
    Yeah. Krom getting tossed at the end of the match to lose was the luckiest break of all.

    There are definitely some toss-ups from that match that could go either way in a rematch, but not everything went Maryland's way in that match.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stardust View Post
    Yeah. Krom getting tossed at the end of the match to lose was the luckiest break of all.

    There are definitely some toss-ups from that match that could go either way in a rematch, but not everything went Maryland's way in that match.
    I think he was referring to Letts getting teched. Clearly Maryland was incredibly lucky.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    I think he was referring to Letts getting teched. Clearly Maryland was incredibly lucky.
    Ahh, yes, how silly of me to have forgotten that one.

    Seriously though, I would absolutely love to see this rematch because so many of those matches COULD go so differently, but in both directions. These are two of my favorite teams so I'm pretty objective, but I'd say both teams had some things go their way in that one.
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    CMU will be tough as will Cornell if everyones in action
    My order:
    Iowa
    Md
    Cornell
    CMU
    ISU(too many injuries)
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    CMU will be tough as will Cornell if everyones in action
    My order:
    Iowa
    Md
    Cornell
    CMU
    ISU(too many injuries)
    Agreed, CMU could do very well. I think Cornell, fresh off their SS win, will be in good form despite losing TNick again. Like MD too. But I think it could be Iowa vs Cornell/CMU in the finals.

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