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    Peterkin somehow one today after being mauled for a long time -I really think when he did the escape flip it freaked Rug out .half of his matches are 2-3 point affairs .Brandvold has 4 matches. No way he gets through the big 10's unbeaten .
    DT and Burroughs far outrank anyone else. Young was #9 going into today and beat #5 to just get piss pounded by DT. I've watced at least 100 of Paul's matches and never saw anything close to this before.
    Did NOT see Howe/Burroughs but listened to it and Burroughs controlled the entire match-the Wiscy coaching staff was dinged a point as they could not believe what they were seeing. Burroughs the more explosive -DT is just fluid .
    I really hope KK and PY go up after today-they are killing themselves to make weight and getting their asses kicked -IF they were winning I could understand -KK stuck by Sakaguchi ? Young TF'd in the second ?? IU has Walsh in RS and he is 18-3-he could man 149 and then the others go up.

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    GOld don't be silly. No clear front runner? REALLY? After today the Hodge is JB's TO LOSE...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    No, Hochstrasser beat Graff at the All-Star.
    False. He beat Graff in the finals of Vegas I believe. He lost to Oliver in the allstar
    Gold is an idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    I'd say Burroughs, Reader, Oliver, Russell, Taylor and Fittery are the leading Hodge candidates right now.
    I'd throw Robles in with this group given that he's been tech falling the world so far this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    False. He beat Graff in the finals of Vegas I believe. He lost to Oliver in the allstar
    Ahhh ok well I'll change it then.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I'd throw Robles in with this group given that he's been tech falling the world so far this year.
    Do you think that Robles can beat the top tier at his weight? Namely Percin and McD?
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    He majored Precin two years ago the first time they wrestled, and then lost to him a few rounds later at NCAA's.

    I think a match between him and McD would be very interesting.
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    Zach Geisen, #7 at 197 is still undefeated, but no, not a Hodge candidate. I think Oliver deserves to be in the conversation as a Top 5 candidate for that award. Guys will have to lose though for him to move up. He doesn't have enough matches but he has falls or tech falls in every match but the one against Ekstrom. He is averaging 17 points per match in the non-fall matches.
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    I think Robles is wrestling at another level this year than last year and if he can somehow get on top against McDonough, you NEVER know. In fact, if Robles can keep McDonough to just a takedown or two from his feet, I think he has a really GOOD chance at beating him. He's just got the X-factor with his strength and tilting at will.
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