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    I like this Quiroga guy, Russ. He's taken Nikko down 3 times and looks pretty quick--though Nikko's reflexes looked terrible today. Anyway, what I really liked was watching him ride. He kicked Nikko twice, so he didn't make a ton of noise but he moves around the mat very well.


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    yup-he and the Warren Central kid,(Brandon Wright ) will both be in the big 10 next year -Cashe won the Sr. Nationals up a weight class -beat LaValle from apple Valley .
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    141 Archuleta was a Juco champion from Ca. -great off his feet but should not have been so close to Hump

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    Are you watching right now, Russ?


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    Muhahaha Sponseller got 4 takedowns in the last 46 seconds to get the tech...


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    Fell asleep-what I miss ? Archuleta was a fiesty little guy .

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    Yeah Archuletta looked good. Pucillo looked good too, but it's tough to say what that means. Obviously Manuel didn't wrestle. All that's left is heavy.


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    -Something was either wrong with Triggas, or Quirga is the real deal. Look at Nikko's last match with Pataky, he did not have the same intensity today.
    -I am convinced Paddock is a mf gangster. on the mat anyway
    -Hump finally got his takedown in ot. Give credit to Purdue, all their guys came out hard , and didn't back down.
    -Looked like Palmer's plan was to Major, and thats what he did.
    -Jameson with a great win over salazar, always fun to watch
    -Sponseller was Sponseller
    -Brown looked stronger than magrum
    -Morrison's shot and finish is looking good

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaxton View Post
    -Something was either wrong with Triggas, or Quirga is the real deal. Look at Nikko's last match with Pataky, he did not have the same intensity today.
    -I am convinced Paddock is a mf gangster. on the mat anyway
    -Hump finally got his takedown in ot. Give credit to Purdue, all their guys came out hard , and didn't back down.
    -Looked like Palmer's plan was to Major, and thats what he did.
    -Jameson with a great win over salazar, always fun to watch
    -Sponseller was Sponseller
    -Brown looked stronger than magrum
    -Morrison's shot and finish is looking good
    THAX-
    Cashe is the real deal-during the Midlands he put up over 20+ points 3 matches in a row .TRUE Freshman .

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