Mountain Wrestler's brilliant response to an assertion that Darrion Caldwell is exponentially more talented than Alex Meade also applies to this correction:
In the interest of the actual topic of this thread, posters on the Wisconsin site are reporting that Barry Davis said on the radio today that Howe doesn't need surgery and will be back within 4-6 weeks.
Take it for what its worth.
I want Onufer back then :(
THAT would be GREAT.
usa66 Speak to Me
<table border="0" width="100%"><tbody><tr> <td valign="middle">http://www.wiwrestling.info/forum/Th...es/post/xx.gif</td> <td valign="middle"> Nebraska Tomorrow Night...
? on: January 20, 2011, 07:39:06 PM ?
</td> <td style="font-size: smaller;" align="right" height="20" valign="bottom"> http://www.wiwrestling.info/forum/Th...tons/quote.gifQuote </td> </tr></tbody></table> <hr class="hrcolor" size="1" width="100%"> Looking forward to seeing a big crowd once again tomorrow night, the most anticipated match of the year won't happen, but I can promise there will be plenty of fireworks, with a patchwork lineup trying to beat a formidable opponent! Two ranked wrestlers will meet at 84 and Heavy and I like our chances in both, with as many as 6 swing matches going either way, so an exciting dual none the less.
6 wrestlers will also head to Dubuque to wrestle in the Pat Flash Flanagan Open on Saturday.
Expected Lineup for Nebraska.
Kelliher, Graff, Arnel, Perry, York, Prezzia, Jordan, Rutt, Borlie, Bugenhagen.
As far as the big elephant in the room, Andrew will most likely have season ending surgery next week.
This was just posted on Earl's site. USA66 is Coach Frayer.
Sounds like their messages are a little crossed...