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    Default Ivan Lopouchanski transfers to Purdue

    Intermat - Purdue adds Lopouchanski, Quam to recruiting class

    More transfer news.

    Disappointing that it doesn't look like they're going to be able to save things at UNCG but its a good get for Purdue.
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    You're in the big time now Loopy!
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    Loopy was 5-3 against the Big 10 last year-beat Schmitt 2x,Grajales once and Kinser once and English once-Lost to ILL 2x,and Kinser once .
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    With everything good that was happening in Greensboro I really can't believe how all of that was discarded.

    Regarding the Big Ten: the rich get richer. Caldwell & Now Ivan. Now I am just expecting next season in the B10, for it somehow to get even better. It is on a roll. Crazy...

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    Very happy to read that he will continue to wrestle. My younger brother attends UNCG and we both followed Lopouchanski this past season. Good luck to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    With everything good that was happening in Greensboro I really can't believe how all of that was discarded.

    Regarding the Big Ten: the rich get richer. Caldwell & Now Ivan. Now I am just expecting next season in the B10, for it somehow to get even better. It is on a roll. Crazy...
    You are surprised that the Big 10 is significantly more elite than other conferences?
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    Hardly Vais, just noticing that it seems to be magnet lie this week. The Big Ten has 4 of the top 6 recruiting classes this year according to WIN. Similar as last year. Nebraska moves into the B10. Iowa's RS class is coming off the shelf. Top wrestlers transferring in, (Byers, Caldwell, Loupy). PSU has most of the points returning. Just noting that a rich wrestling conference is getting richer.

    Also glad to see lots of activity in the east: Lehigh & Cornell return good points & should battle for 3rd with Okie St. The ACC had a great recruiting year. All the VA schools did well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    Hardly Vais, just noticing that it seems to be magnet lie this week. The Big Ten has 4 of the top 6 recruiting classes this year according to WIN. Similar as last year. Nebraska moves into the B10. Iowa's RS class is coming off the shelf. Top wrestlers transferring in, (Byers, Caldwell, Loupy). PSU has most of the points returning. Just noting that a rich wrestling conference is getting richer.

    Also glad to see lots of activity in the east: Lehigh & Cornell return good points & should battle for 3rd with Okie St. The ACC had a great recruiting year. All the VA schools did well.
    VT UVA and ODU have had good recruiting classes the last 4-5 years, unfortunately that hasn't yielded many aa's(5 or so different aa's between the 3 teams in the last 4 years or so?) Based on the rankings of their recruiting classes they haven't maximized their talent at any of the schools.
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