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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    They're going to pull Perrelli who has had a pretty good season so far? For a relatively unproven guy? I'll be surpised if they do that.
    Arujau is at 133. Get your head in the game.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Whats wrong with me?
    The post you were commenting on discussed Perelli and Arujua, but the poster did not mention that he was mixing weight classes. Having never heard of Arujua, I didn't know what his weight was, or more importantly, what he would likely wrestle when on the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueBloodLion View Post
    The post you were commenting on discussed Perelli and Arujua, but the poster did not mention that he was mixing weight classes. Having never heard of Arujua, I didn't know what his weight was, or more importantly, what he would likely wrestle when on the team.
    Arujau wrestled at 125 last yr..That was my mistake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gobigred View Post
    Megaludis won 2-1 on a stall call against Caleb Richardson who will be a freshman at Cornell next year. Richardson looked good in the couple of tournaments he has wrestled. It's too bad it was a pigtail match so he didn't get to wrestle back. It's good to see Nick Arujau make the final. His transfer to Cornell becomes official second semester. He may be the starter.
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    Is Caleb Richardson out of high school but not yet in college? My understanding was that the NLO no longer allowed HS wrestlers to compete in it. What is Richardson's background--hadn't heard of him before. A 2-1 loss (on stalling) to Megaludis is a pretty good result. Other than a 3-2 semifinal win over Spjut of Va Tech, all the rest of Megaludis's wins were by MD or more.

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    Google Arujau-he has a prime pedigree .
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