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    125 lbs.

    1. Matt McDonough, IOWA
    2. Zach Sanders, MINN
    3. Nico Megaludis, PSU
    4. Jesse Delgado, ILL
    5. Levi Mele, NU
    6. Johnni DiJulius, OSU
    7. Camden Eppert, PUR
    8. Brenan Lyon, MSU

    133 lbs.

    1. Logan Stieber, OSU
    2. Tony Ramos, IOWA
    3. B.J. Futrell, ILL
    4. Chris Dardanes, MINN
    5. Cashe Quiroga, PUR
    6. Zac Stevens, MICH
    7. Ridge Kiley, NEB
    8. Frank Martelotti, PSU

    141 lbs.

    1. Kellen Russell, MICH
    2. Hunter Stieber, OSU
    3. Montell Marion, IOWA
    4. Nick Dardanes, MINN
    5. Jake Sueflohn, NEB
    6. Daryl Thomas, ILL
    7. Matt Ortega, IND
    8. Bryan Pearsall, PSU

    149 lbs.

    1. Frank Molinaro, PSU
    2. Eric Grajales, MICH
    3. Dylan Ness, MINN
    4. Ivan Lopouchanski, PUR
    5. Cam Tessari, OSU
    6. Taylor Walsh, IND
    7. Eric Terrazas, ILL
    8. Kaleb Friedley, NU
    9. Dan Osterman, MSU
    10. Mike Kelly, IOWA
    11. Skylar Galloway, NEB
    12. Frank Baer, WIS

    157 lbs.

    1. Jason Welch, NU
    2. Dylan Alton, PSU
    3. James Green, NEB
    4. Anthony Jones, MSU
    5. Josh Demas, OSU
    6. Derek St. John, IOWA
    7. Tommy Churchard, PUR
    8. Jackson Morse, ILL

    165 lbs.

    1. David Taylor, PSU
    2. Mike Evans, IOWA
    3. Robert Kokesh, NEB
    4. Ben Jordan, WIS
    5. Conrad Polz, ILL
    6. Dan Yates, MICH
    7. Cody Yohn, MINN
    8. Derek Garcia, OSU

    174 lbs.

    1. Ed Ruth, PSU
    2. Logan Storley, MINN
    3. Ethen Lofthouse, IOWA
    4. Justin Zeerip, MICH
    5. Nick Heflin, OSU
    6. Curran Jacobs, MSU
    7. Tyler Koehn, NEB
    8. Jordan Blanton, ILL
    9. Lee Munster, NU
    10. Ryan LeBlanc, IND
    11. Drake Stein, PUR
    12. Frank Cousins, WIS

    184 lbs.

    1. Kevin Steinhaus, MINN
    2. Quentin Wright, PSU
    3. Josh Ihnen, NEB
    4. Grant Gambrall, IOWA
    5. C.J. Magrum, OSU
    6. Braden Atwood, PUR
    7. Tony Dallago, ILL
    8. Ian Hinton, MSU

    197 lbs.

    1. Sonny Yohn, MINN
    2. Matt Powless, IND
    3. Morgan McIntosh, PSU
    4. Max Huntley, MICH
    5. Mario Gonzalez, ILL
    6. Andrew Campolattano, OSU
    7. James Nakashima, NEB
    8. A.J. Kissel, PUR

    285 lbs.

    1. Tony Nelson, MINN
    2. Cameron Wade, PSU
    3. Ben Apland, MICH
    4. Tucker Lane, NEB
    5. Mike McMullan, NU
    6. Bobby Telford, IOWA
    7. Adam Chalfant, IND
    8. Roger Vukobratovich, PUR
    9. Peter Capone, OSU
    10. Steve Andrus, MSU
    11. Pat Walker, ILL
    12. Cole Tobin, WIS
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    Do the top 4 seeds get byes?
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    No, I think Pigtails are by random draw?

    Wow, Evans V Yohn in quarters.

    Minny gets #2, #1, #1 and 1 at 174-Hwt. Would be thrilled if they held those seeds. I would be thrilled if MN held all their seeds and exceeded at 157 and 165. C Yohn is gonna have a tough go.
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    Sucks for Evans to get Yohn in the quarters, but there's really no place else to seed Yohn. He lost to Yates and Polz, both of whom he's probably better than, but he lost to them.

    The only truly annoying seeding for me is Delgado at 4. What has Nico done to go above Jesse? They have the same number of losses, the same number of conference losses, Jesse has the better "marquee" win over McDonough, and Megaludis has the "worst" loss, losing to Olanowski by DQ. A travesty if those seeds stay as is.
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    Seeds look to be okay for the most part outside otf 125. If I were ILL man I would be pissed off. I agree with Zapp on this. How can Nico be seeded ahead of Jesse? Just the W alone against McD should be enough to seed him higer than Nico. I wouldn't be surprised to see Delgado get the 3 seed instead of 4 by Big 10's. Maybe the Big 10's like Sanders too much and want to see him make the finals against McD. I think Delgado beats Sanders if they are to meet at Big 10's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chop View Post
    Seeds look to be okay for the most part outside otf 125. If I were ILL man I would be pissed off. I agree with Zapp on this. How can Nico be seeded ahead of Jesse? Just the W alone against McD should be enough to seed him higer than Nico. I wouldn't be surprised to see Delgado get the 3 seed instead of 4 by Big 10's. Maybe the Big 10's like Sanders too much and want to see him make the finals against McD. I think Delgado beats Sanders if they are to meet at Big 10's.
    I agree that I think that Delgado deserves the #3 seed. I was very surprised to see Nico get it. But, I wouldn't be surprised if Nico beats Delgado if they meet head-on. I don't think Delgado beats Sanders if they meet up. Delgado twice caught Sanders on a fireman's carry for 9 quick points in the first period. Sanders will have that figured out and I don't think it will be as close the second time. I think it will be a McD vs Sanders final no matter what the seeds and the rest can battle it out in the consys.

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    Might be the loss (Delgado's ) to Mele ? Who knows ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Might be the loss (Delgado's ) to Mele ? Who knows ?
    Delgado's worst loss: Mele.
    Megaludis' worst loss: Olanowski.

    Both were in-conference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    Delgado's worst loss: Mele.
    Megaludis' worst loss: Olanowski.

    Both were in-conference.
    Technically you're right Zapp--and maybe that's all the matters. But Nico had a huge lead on Olanowski, was working towards a TF when he got disqualified. A loss is a loss, but it means nothing in terms of their actual wrestling ability.

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