Arguments about which tournament is truly tougher would probably necessitate a deeper examination of the brackets, but this is interesting to look at just to see the cream of the crop at each tournament.
Great finals match ups for us tonight, at both tournaments.
Midlands: Matt McDonough (Iowa) v. Brandon Precin (Northwestern)
Scuffle: James Nicholson (Old Dominion) v. Zach Sanders (Minnesota)
Midlands: Tyler Graff (Wisconsin) v. BJ Futrell (Illinois)
Scuffle: Lou Ruggirello (Hofstra) v. Rollie Peterkin (Penn)
Midlands: Jimmy Kennedy (Illinois) v. Boris Novachkov (Cal Poly)
Scuffle: Kellen Russel (Michigan) v. Mike Thorn (Minnesota)
Midlands: Kevin LeValley (Bucknell) v. Cole Schmitt (Wisconsin)
Scuffle: Kyle Dake (Cornell) v. Frank Molinaro (Penn State)
Midlands: Chase Nelson (Oklahoma) v. Kyle John (Maryland)
Scuffle: David Taylor (Penn State) v. Paul Young (Indiana)
Midlands: Andrew Howe (Wisconsin) v. Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska)
Scuffle: Justin Kerber (Cornell) v. Cody Yohn (Minnesota)
Midlands: Jon Reader (Iowa State) v. Ben Bennett (Central Michigan)
Scuffle: Ed Ruth (Penn State) v. Chris Henrich (Virginia)
Midlands: Josh Ihnen (Nebraska) v. Travis Rutt (Wisconsin)
Scuffle: Chris Honeycutt (Edinboro) v. Steve Bosak (Cornell)
Midlands: Byron Tate (Wartburg) v. Matt Wilps (Pittsburgh)
Scuffle: Cayle Byers (George Mason) v. Cam Simaz (Cornell)
Midlands: Zach Rey (Lehigh) v. Jarod Trice (Central Michigan)
Scuffle: Cam Wade (Penn State) v. Ben Apland (Michigan)
As far as which tournament has tougher finals I've got it 5-4 Scuffle with 174 being too close to call.