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    Default Ryan Loder dec. Joe Leblanc, 4-3

    In the West Regional finals.

    Loder has really put it together late this season.


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    holy poops.
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    Told you Loder would be a good one. Make fun of my UNI guys now VA!
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    Yes, except you added/dropped, added/dropped him, etc and you even said he was still a year away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Yes, except you added/dropped, added/dropped him, etc and you even said he was still a year away.

    I know. I wasn't completely sold on him until later in the season.
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    I'm doing this at the risk of putting more exposure onto him (I like my homies to fly under the radar as long as possible), but little known trivia fact about Loder: His uncle is former Raider great, Fred Biletnikoff.
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    If you look at Loder's inauspicious start, you wouldn't necessarily seen him having all of this success this year but he came on like a demon at the end of the season. I attribute that to some mat experience and some great coaching.

    I was going to add him at the supplemental but figured I needed more help at 197 than 184. Anyone know if he plans to move up next season or whether LeBlanc would consider going up in the WWC? My guess is they both stay down at 184.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    If you look at Loder's inauspicious start, you wouldn't necessarily seen him having all of this success this year but he came on like a demon at the end of the season. I attribute that to some mat experience and some great coaching.

    I was going to add him at the supplemental but figured I needed more help at 197 than 184. Anyone know if he plans to move up next season or whether LeBlanc would consider going up in the WWC? My guess is they both stay down at 184.
    Not a clue on my end. Loder doesn't seem to cut a lot of weight, and looks like 184 is a pretty natural weight for him, but I'm only assuming that.

    If you look at Loder's resume, though, coming into UNI he had some impressive credentials as a freestyler. He also went 32-5 last year wrestling in opens.

    From our standpoint as UNI fans, I think the only thing that surprised us was his slow start.
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