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    Quote Originally Posted by the518 View Post
    i kicked a dead horse and i liked it. remember when mike tyson said he would eat someone's children? i wonder if he meant it?
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  2. #47

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    Quote Originally Posted by the518 View Post
    how about necessary and unclassy. did he need to couch the apology so much? he wasn't going to hit a five point throw with 5 seconds left on the restart, it's impossible. he should have stood back as the clock ticked away, period.
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    Wiltz,

    I understand your point now about interviewing young athletes still sweating from their efforts. I also know that some of the Iowa fatihful trumpeted that quote as if it were something really neat.
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    Interesting that there has been no debate on if we are going to accept the push was unsportsmanlike conduct, whether or not the penalty should have been assessed as a team point or match point. If time was still going, then it should have been a match point not a team point.

    5.4.2 Penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct. A wrestler called for an act of
    unsportsmanlike conduct during the pre- or postmatch period will result
    in the deduction of one team point for the first violation; the penalty for
    the second violation will be disqualification, the deduction of one team
    point and removal from the premises.
    The penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct by a wrestler during the
    match will be one point for the first violation, one point for the second
    violation, two points for the third violation and disqualification for the
    fourth violation.
    Unsportsmanlike conduct before, during or after a match by coaches,
    athletic trainers, managers, physicians and noncompeting wrestlers will
    follow the sequence of penalties listed in the Penalty Table.
    The penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct are cumulative throughout
    a dual meet or a tournament session for coaches, athletic trainers,
    managers and physicians. These penalties are cumulative per institution.
    They also are cumulative for a contestant for a match or dual meet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LkwdSteve View Post
    Wiltz,

    I understand your point now about interviewing young athletes still sweating from their efforts. I also know that some of the Iowa fatihful trumpeted that quote as if it were something really neat.
    Give these kids a few minutes to reflect maybe let them take a shower and get dressed. Heck all these kids are available afterwards anyway.

    I never saw the stuff from the Iowa fans who thought it was neat. (not saying it didn't happen). Its a moment after a match where Palmer had really made it tough for Brent to score(same in Herberts match with Keddy). Similar circumstance, similar quote. I think had each been given sometime to reflect they both would have chose different words. Same with Bubba and the "not athletic" comment last year. JMO
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