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Thread: SHP's tournament points based on wrestlingreport.com rankings

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    JAMMEN has no problem with Eric Thompson being ranked 15th!? At least Raising and Johnson have significant time with the varsity team, with which to make a judgement on, yet no comment about Thompson. Maybe he didnt look one spot ahead of the Iowa boys when searching for trolling material.

    Oh, and Raising owns a win over the almighty Ben Berhow...Although he lost to him last year.
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    Does anyone really think Sponsellor can drop to 157?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhippetGrappler View Post
    Does anyone really think Sponsellor can drop to 157?
    Andrew Howe and Jordan Burroughs are pretty good motivators I hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herkey#1 View Post
    Oh, and Raising owns a win over the almighty Ben Berhow...Although he lost to him last year.
    You know you love ben berhow! Just admit it! I wouldnt be surprised to see him finish top 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
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    Not that you even analyzed anything other than hawks(maybe you looked over Minnesota, but that would distract you from your hawk hatred)
    Sorry, but I thought this was the Hawkeye forum. I didn't know that other wrestlers are ever talked about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herkey#1 View Post
    JAMMEN has no problem with Eric Thompson being ranked 15th!? At least Raising and Johnson have significant time with the varsity team, with which to make a judgement on, yet no comment about Thompson. Maybe he didnt look one spot ahead of the Iowa boys when searching for trolling material.

    Oh, and Raising owns a win over the almighty Ben Berhow...Although he lost to him last year.
    Perhaps Eric Thompson is rated higher than Rasing because he pinned him in 1:29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Andrew Howe and Jordan Burroughs are pretty good motivators I hear.
    He's got plenty of time, he could definitely do it in a healthy fashion much like McDonough did last season (and hopefully this season).
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMMEN View Post
    Sorry, but I thought this was the Hawkeye forum. I didn't know that other wrestlers are ever talked about.
    Only because you're more obsessed with talking about Hawkeyes than willyman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    He's got plenty of time, he could definitely do it in a healthy fashion much like McDonough did last season (and hopefully this season).
    Given his rep of being a really dedicated guy, the fact that while he was nice sized at 165 he wasn't some hulking monster, and that he is seemingly taking his time doing this (given that him dropping has been rumored since like April or May) he should be very well equipped to have a good season next year.

    Perhaps not in the same vein of a McDonough or Askren but barring injury you have to figure he finds a way to get himself up on the podium somewhere.

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