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    One more day left before we close out on another season, here's what things look like going into tomorrow.

    While its not official mathematically its all but official in reality, congrats to KR, TomWright, and the rest of the Penn State fans on the board for the second straight title. That run of guys through your middleweights is just so tough.

    Team Scores
    1. Penn State: 124
    2. Minnesota: 101.5
    3. Iowa: 93
    4. Cornell: 86
    5. Ohio State: 60

    Finals
    125: #1 Matt McDonough (Iowa) v. #10 Nico Megaludis (Penn State)
    133: #1 Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) v. #2 Logan Stieber (Ohio State)
    141: #1 Kellen Russell (Michigan) v. #3 Montell Marion (Iowa)
    149: #1 Frank Molinaro (Penn State) v. #7 Dylan Ness (Minnesota)
    157: #1 Kyle Dake (Cornell) v. #2 Derek St. John (Iowa)
    165: #1 David Taylor (Penn State) v. #11 Brandon Hatchett (Lehigh)
    174: #1 Ed Ruth (Penn State) v. #3 Nick Amuchastegui (Stanford)
    184: #4 Steve Bosak (Cornell) v. #6 Quentin Wright (Penn State)
    197: #1 Cam Simaz (Cornell) v. #2 Chris Honeycutt (Edinboro)
    285: #2 Tony Nelson (Minnesota) v. #4 Zach Rey (Lehigh)

    Consolation Semi's
    125: #2 Zach Sanders (Minnesota) v. #5 Nic Bedelyon (Kent State), #6 Frank Perrelli (Cornell) v. #8 Ryan Mango (Stanford)

    133: #4 BJ Futrell (Illinois) v. #10 Chris Dardanes (Minnesota), #3 Tony Ramos (Iowa) v. #6 Devin Carter (Virginia Tech)

    141: #5 Hunter Stieber (Ohio State) v. #6 Boris Novachkov (Cal Poly), #2 Kendric Maple (Oklahoma) v. #4 Michael Mangrum (Oregon State)

    149: #10 Cam Tessari (Ohio State) v. US Justin Accordino (Hofstra), #4 Donnie Vinson (Binghamton) v. #6 Tyler Nauman (Pittsburgh)

    157: #5 Ganbayar Sanjaa (American) v. #7 Dylan Alton (Penn State), #3 Jason Welch (Northwestern) v. #6 James Fleming (Clarion)

    165: #4 Bekzod Abdurakhmanov (Clarion) v. #6 Peter Yates (Virginia Tech), #2 Josh Asper (Maryland) v. US Kyle Blevins (Appalachian State)

    174: #4 Logan Storley (Minnesota) v. #7 Jordan Blanton (Illinois), #2 Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) v. #9 Nick Heflin (Ohio State)

    184: #3 Ben Bennett (Central Michigan) v. #9 Austin Trotman (Appalachian State), #2 Robert Hamlin (Lehigh) v. #5 Kevin Steinhaus (Minnesota)

    197: #5 Cayle Byers (Oklahoma State) v. #10 Sonny Yohn (Minnesota), #3 Matt Wilps (Pittsburgh) v. #9 Alfonso Hernandez (Wyoming)

    285: #1 Ryan Flores (American) v. #10 Mike McMullan (Northwestern), #3 Clayton Jack (Oregon State) v. #5 Bobby Telford (Iowa)

    7th Place
    125: #4 Jesse Delgado (Illinois) v. US Steve Bonanno (Hofstra)
    133: #8 Zac Stevens (Michigan) v. #11 Steven Keith (Harvard)
    141: #8 Darrius Little (NC State) v. US Mike Nevinger (Cornell)
    149: US Scott Sakaguchi (Oregon State) v. US Nick Lester (Oklahoma)
    157: #4 Walter Peppelman (Harvard) v. #11 James Green (Nebraska)
    165: #9 Conrad Polz (Illinois) v. US Ben Jordan (Wisconsin)
    174: #5 Ethen Lofthouse (Iowa) v. #6 Ryan DesRoches (Cal Poly)
    184: #1 Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming) v. #7 Josh Ihnen (Nebraska)
    197: #11 Micah Burak (Penn) v. #12 Joe Kennedy (Lehigh)
    285: #7 Jeremy Johnson (Ohio) v. US Nick Gwiazdowski (Binghamton)
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    My finals winners:

    125: McD As much as I'd love to reverse this pick, McD is the class of this weight
    133: Oliver Oliver just too much for the freshman
    141: Russell I don't think a ton of people had Marion in the finals, he certainly has the talent to get the win here...
    149: Molinaro A focused Frank should win this one fairly comfortably, but Ness is a gamer.
    157: Dake Really looking forward to this one, DSJ looked great against Welch. He's the only guy at this weight I'd give any shot at Dake
    165: Taylor As long as Hatchett doesn't have a cradle up his sleeve, this shouldn't be close.
    174: Ruth I expect this to be an absolute war. Both of these guys have been very focused, I just think that despite last years results, Ruth is the better wrestler.
    184: Wright It looks like Mr. March is striking again, Bosak should keep this pretty close.
    197: Simaz I want to pick Hcutt here, but I picked Simaz in my bracket and frankly, my bracket needs all the help it can get.
    285: Rey I think he may just be a little too big and strong for Nelson. Rooting for Nelson though, I like that kid.
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    OK-I'm gonna need some amphetamines to make it through tomorrow -PM me and I'll pay whatever you want -Next day air.
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    Pretty proud of bringing 9 guys and 7 of them will finish in the Top 6. If you would have told me that I would have expected it to be closer but PSU just wrecking teams with five in the finals and a reasonably good shot at 4 champions. B1G definitely representing with 12 in the finals.
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    Stoked with tOSU. Brought 6 and 4 will at least finish in the top 6. Team could finish in the Top 5 if we can hold off Illinois who still has 4 left in the Consi.

    Monroeville trio has looked very good.
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    I feel the same way Gof. Iowa brought 8 and 6 of them will all-american with 3 in the finals. I think any of those 3 could win a title with McDonough being the only favorite. I thought Iowa would be closer with the way we have wrestled but I can't complain. 5 of 6 AA will return next year and Big Tens and NCAAs will be an absolute war next year
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    I think you brought 8, Lofthouse will wrestle for 7th/8th, Telford for 3rd-6th, Ramos for 3rd-6th and 3 in the finals. I'm surprised Iowa and MN aren't next and neck?
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    All I know is I will never let my kids be Oklahoma State fans brings nothing but heartache and tears
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    Well, you could let them become IU fans .
    By the way-the only coach I had any respect for has left the team ( Pat DeGain) -left about the time Powless went into a funk.
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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