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    Default Re: 30 Pre-Season Questions For the 2010/2011 College Season

    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Ryan and I disagree rather vehemently over this move . I'll bet he is losing tons of sleep over THAT !!
    I often feel the same when I disagree with his moves. If he's not looking to internet message boards for coaching advice/critique, is his head really in the right place?


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    Agreed, the Internet is the key to any and all advice about any subject. Anyone who doesn't utilize it to perform their day-to-day tasks is a fool.

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    I agree about Welch, I've never been terribly high but still many feel he's a favorite in the b10.(not me) Regarding Salazar, yeah I don't think he's great and has a snails chance at AAing this year, but he's still solid and serviceable. Kinser is a tough out for anyone.

    Sorry but I think theres no chance that Colt would ever beat Howe. 6-3 and 4-2 are blow outs for howe too..lol.. He's actually picking up his pace more now and I think Howe beats him worse now than ever. If colt could score anything other than an escape on Burroughs I'd be impressed.
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    Young was ahead late in the 3rd 3 times against Howe and found a way to lose every time yet can't score on Colt-styles ?? Who knows ? But I see 157 as a tougher weight than 165 this year . And going down a weight after 3 years might be harder than one thinks .

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    And going down a weight after 3 years might be harder than one thinks .
    While I'm sure it'll be a grind, Max Askren showed last year that it certainly can be done.

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    29. Which weight class is better, 157 or 184? Which weight class is weaker, 133, 149, 165, 197? Which guys take advantage of 133, 149, 165, and 197 being cleared out and become new stars?

    Frank Molinaro fits this bill...5th behind Metcalf, Palmer, Terry and Ruschell. Yet, all anyone wants to talk about is Caldwell coming back (which is understandable), or Dake moving up (also understandable). I really believe that if he continues to improve and put in the effort that he has so far in his career, he can win this weight. Right now, I think he might be laying in the weeds, waiting for his chance.

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    No mention of Ryan Flores who was EIWA champ two years ago (beating Rey)? Fittery (Midlands champion) got some props..who..when healthy (prior to getting his knee cranked) majored Lister 10-0 and easily beat Saddoris 9-3 in the Navy-AU dual.

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    If you want to ask a question about Flores and/or Fittery go ahead and do so.

    Two years ago after Flores won EIWA's he got upset in the first round at NCAA's by Ben Berhow while Rey made the quarters. Since then Rey has come out and finished 3rd last year while Flores hasn't wrestled.

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    Sorry but I don't think a guy coming off redshirt and transfer like Flores would be among the 30 most pressing questions for this year.

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