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    Quote Originally Posted by quinn14 View Post
    I think I read NJ was one division. But they don't allow Blair to compete, so it's watered down too. I wonder how KY does it? Falconwrestler.....you out there?
    Kentucky is one Division, and we have a 32 man bracket with 4 qualifiers out of 8 regions (of very different quality). Some people want to split us into big school and small school which they are doing with State Duals. But the way Kentucky works is like our top 3 schools are small and all the remaining decent ones are big. Basically we don't have the numbers to split into multiple divisions. Tennessee has two divisions Public and Private school, not sure if any other state has a division like that.
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    VA is about to go to 6...please don't laugh..
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    He's talented. Wonder if he'll end up somewhere else or if Goldman made him hate the sport...
    Well , considering he was a multi state champ from michigan looks like they may give him a look .The kid had a good RS year at 141 then was forced to 133 and couldn't hold the cut.
    RS year @141-21-4
    last year 6-4 with one loss at 133 (7-8) to Stevens then wrestled 141/149 . 4-1 at 133 just couldn't handle the cut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Well , considering he was a multi state champ from michigan looks like they may give him a look .The kid had a good RS year at 141 then was forced to 133 and couldn't hold the cut.
    RS year @141-21-4
    last year 6-4 with one loss at 133 (7-8) to Stevens then wrestled 141/149 . 4-1 at 133 just couldn't handle the cut.
    Maybe cmu?
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    That is probably where he should have went to begin with .

    1. Ryan Nieman Fall Nick Weisjahn (Findlay) 3:55 1-0
    2. Ryan Nieman Fall Paul Rose (Notre Dame) 2;18 2-0
    3. Ryan Nieman Dec Kyle Gilchrist (Columbia) 10-4 3-0
    4. Zac Stevens (Michigan) Dec Ryan Nieman 8-7 3-1
    5. Ryan Nieman Fall Robert Jillard (Northern Illinois) 2:59 4-1
    6. Ryan Nieman FFT (Calumet Coll) 5-1
    7. Eric Mateo (Central Missouri) Maj Ryan Nieman 12-4 5-2
    8. Ryan Nieman FFT (Lindsey Wilson) 6-2
    9. Kellen Russell (Michigan) Tech Ryan Neiman 16-1 6-3
    10. David Yost (VMI) dec Ryan Neiman 3-2 6-4


    Ryan was kicking butt at the season's start .Maybe EMU ? Somewhere in the MAC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    VA is about to go to 6...please don't laugh..
    Oregon and Washington both have 5, and many want a sixth (the smallest divisions are combined). Oregon used to have a respectable 3 with a 32 man bracket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snackem View Post
    Oregon and Washington both have 5, and many want a sixth (the smallest divisions are combined). Oregon used to have a respectable 3 with a 32 man bracket.
    No I lied Washington has 6 (4A, 3A, 2A, 1A, 2B/1B, and girls-all class) and some are pushing to split the 1B & 2B.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    That is probably where he should have went to begin with .

    1. Ryan Nieman Fall Nick Weisjahn (Findlay) 3:55 1-0
    2. Ryan Nieman Fall Paul Rose (Notre Dame) 2;18 2-0
    3. Ryan Nieman Dec Kyle Gilchrist (Columbia) 10-4 3-0
    4. Zac Stevens (Michigan) Dec Ryan Nieman 8-7 3-1
    5. Ryan Nieman Fall Robert Jillard (Northern Illinois) 2:59 4-1
    6. Ryan Nieman FFT (Calumet Coll) 5-1
    7. Eric Mateo (Central Missouri) Maj Ryan Nieman 12-4 5-2
    8. Ryan Nieman FFT (Lindsey Wilson) 6-2
    9. Kellen Russell (Michigan) Tech Ryan Neiman 16-1 6-3
    10. David Yost (VMI) dec Ryan Neiman 3-2 6-4


    Ryan was kicking butt at the season's start .Maybe EMU ? Somewhere in the MAC.
    The name that stands out there for me is David Yost of VMI, he is a friend of a teammate of mine that wrestled at VMI. Decent wrestler, not someone you should lose to.
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    That was another match where he missed weight and Gman bumped him up a wt.Ryan tried to make weight at 133 every meet .
    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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