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    Yesterday in the finals of the Mizzou Open by Ray Stephens from Lindenwood, 4-2.

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    Wow, thats an eye opener. I think Ruggs looked sucked down LAST year at 133, maybe having some issues again this year? Not like him to lose this early. LOL.
    "Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."

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    uggg

    atleast that tourney didn't count. I still see him being one of the top dogs this year. I know you guys disagree, but he's a stud.
    I wish I could kick Matt Dragon in the balls. In his Dragonballz.

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    I think he's terrifically talented, and horribly inconsistent. maybe overlooks guys, i'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gripsnhips View Post
    uggg

    atleast that tourney didn't count. I still see him being one of the top dogs this year. I know you guys disagree, but he's a stud.
    Dude I think he's phenomenal. He's one of my favorite non-Minnesota guys.

    This surprised me as much as anything. I'd rather see him drop a few early here and then turn it back on at the end rather than start the year off torrid and then not AA.

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    I predict the NAIA national champion at 133 to be Ray Stephens Lindenwood University

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    LOL, going out on a limb huh RD?

    Ruggs has a killer ride. Not sure how this went down but if Ruggs didn't get much chance to get on top, I suppose Stephens tried to keep it on their feet.

    I like Ruggs too. I think he has issues at tournaments for some reason. Give him a week to prepare for anyone at 133 in a dual format and I will take Ruggs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    I think he has issues at tournaments for some reason. Give him a week to prepare for anyone at 133 in a dual format and I will take Ruggs.
    Well, that will be a problem for him.

    I was surprised to see this because he was walking all over the tourney.

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    Herbert DEC Askren 5-4
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    Dart said it was a bit of a hose job.

    Kid took Rugg down right off the whistle and ran for the rest of the first.

    Rugg got a takedown....both feet in bounds and one of the other guy's feet in bounds....no points.

    Then apparently they gave a takedown to this guy that was questionable as well.

    I think if you give Rugg that 2nd period takedown and let him start breaking you with the ride.....the match woulda been different. I still expect to see big things from him this year.
    I wish I could kick Matt Dragon in the balls. In his Dragonballz.

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