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  1. #19

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    HEy, Feist won by Fall!

    If he could have wrestled at his dang weight fulltime I probably wouldnt have dropped him.

    Its ok though because Hasley is on a TEAR so I dont feel too bad.

    On a 2ndary note, Dobies sucks monkey butt!!
    Gold is an idiot.

  2. #20

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    i am glad you have finally come to that realization...
    "Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."

  3. #21

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    Virginia Tech beat UCO 34-9 in Round 4, Garnett, Diaz, and Yates all won again by major, major, and fall respectively.

    In Round 5 Minnesota beat Air Force 41-3. Sanders, Ness, and McPhail got pins, Saf won by tech, Thorn, Eidenschink, and Berhow won by major, and Peterson and Young won by decision. Stephen Crozier picked up Air Force's only win when he beat Everson.

    UNC beat Cal-Poly 31-3 and Ramirez beat Novachkov 9-5 in the marquee match there.

    Army beat Stanford 31-13, Starks beat Feist 4-3 in the marquee match there.

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    MN wins a wild 28-20 match over Harvard rallying from a 20-18 deficit going into 97 and heavy.

    Jantzen, and Caputo pinned Thorn and Yohn, and then Ness was held to a minor by Picarsic. McPhail and Berhow pulled it off though with a pin and a major for the victory.

  5. #23

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    kind of scary that we came that close to losing to HARVARD...
    Gold is an idiot.

  6. #24

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    Thorn has to be a little bit more consistent. Don't get me wrong, I think he has made tremendous strides but if he can beat guys like Cleveland and Jaggers, he needs to stay off his back against guys like Prater and Jantzen. Anyone know the circumstances behind the pin? Yohn I think has also been pinned now twice. He's young and has had some tough match-ups so at least you hope he is learning from his experiences against guys like Caputo.
    "Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."

  7. #25

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    If you look at Jantzen's results from this year he's been pinning a lot of people, he pinned most of his opponents out in Vegas and he pinned his first two at Midlands.

    Given that Thorn is a go getter, and both he and Sanders rely quite a bit on their inside trips I can see him leaving himself susceptible to stuff like that.

    Things should work themselves out though, him losing to Parks and Jantzen (especially in a weightclass as goofy as 41 is) isn't going to be the end of the world.

  8. #26

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    Still utterly confused about Rader...not sure if he's 80%,90%, 95% but he didn't wrestle Friday when they could have used him certainly against Lehigh in that dual. Said he was coming back after the first of the year and one would think it would have been a good opportunity against Ciuselli to see where he was at.

    If he comes back at 141, it just adds that much more to the excitement at 141.
    "Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."

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