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    Default Oklahoma/Oklahoma State scheduling disparity

    At most Oklahoma State will wrestle 20 matches before the NCAA'S--Oklahoma will wrestle 30+ and 3 tournaments -Cliff Keen,Midlands,and Reno.Too large a discrepancy ,IMO.
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    I would imagine that Spates will send his guys to some opens to pick up some more matches, Russ. It is certainly better than the OLD days before seasonal tourneys. Can't imagine a 3x champ with only 46 matches like Danny Hodge or Uetake.
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    TLV-You mean Smith. Spates has his schedule with 13-14 duals (depending on whether they get three or four matches at the Lone Star Duals), plus Brockport/Oklahoma Gold, the Oklahoma Open, Cliff Keen Las Vegas, and the Midlands. Smith has his schedule with 15-18 duals (depending on how they perform at National Duals) plus a pair of opens: Oklahoma City and Kaufman-Brand.

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    Default Re: Oklahoma/Oklahoma State scheduling disparity

    I'm speaking from a fantasy wrestling owner's perspective here -I'd love to have ALOT of these guys but you can't score enough points to make the finals if you have 4-5 guys wrestling 20 matches and NO bonus point tourneys .

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    Yep, you're right Russ.......I read it wrong.....Smith not Spates. OSu usally goes to one of those Nv tourneys. Schedule probably not finalized yet.
    I'm getting excited about the season, Russ. Move the Big 10 to NW which is fairly close to my home in Northern Wisconsin, so I'll get to see some great wrestling this year.
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