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Thread: Okie state /Mizzou BLD on Flo

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    Default Okie state /Mizzou BLD on Flo

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    I hope Rosholt is alright. Tough break for him.

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    ? Explain?
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    Rosholt took Haynes down about 10 seconds in. Then tweaked his knee. Obviously hurt after that and didn't do anything until he saved the major.
    Kindig is off the team currently.

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    Interesting spin. Rosholt seemed to be walking fine after the injury time, which happened by the way as Haynes was reversing him. Haynes then proceeded to dominate in all three positions. Rosholt is fine, except that he got his butt beat handily. Nice left hook by Z after the whistle, btw. Broke Mellon's nose, and still got outwrestled the rest of the match. Z is a punk first class.

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    It looked like he limped the entire time to me. Interesting spin calling what Mellon did wrestling.

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    Ooooh, cat fight!!!!!
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    What part of wrestling don't you understand? The part where Mellon blast doubled him into the cheap seats, or the part where he cradled him and dang near turned him at the end? Keep in mind, you've got keep your distance when when your opponent thinks its a boxing match, so that probably affected his style somewhat. Nonetheless, Mellon wrestled his heart out, never got caught again, and almost turned one throw into a TD for himself. Z is dangerous, no doubt, but Mellon showed the blueprint for beating him. The trick is to avoid that first throw, which ain't easy. Up 7-0 in the first 30 sec then winning 10-5 against an unranked freshman is not exactly an impressive win, would you agree?

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    Hard to get any rhythm when there was a break every ten seconds. He was posting in Z's face and keeping his distance from the start. He wasn't caught by any stretch. He obviously knew the throw was coming and couldn't stop it the second time. He didn't do anything until the very end. Almost only counts in horse shoes and hand grenades.

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