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    Ramos was 3rd in the country last year, can he really be counted as a "breakthrough" guy?
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    I wouldn't think of Ramos as a breakthrough guy, how many losses did he even have?
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    Another guy besides Hess would be Houdasheld-sp ? at 149 . He and Bradley switched weights at a few summer events and i believe he will excel at 149.And i still like huntley from Michigan to have a big year .
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    I'm going to go out on a limb and say a healthy Kenny Courts finishes top 5 in the country. Unfortunately, his body is betraying him and I don't know what the chances are that he actually stays healthy.

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    I guess my idea of "breakthrough" is, finally beating Logan Stieber and winning the NCAA Championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
    I guess my idea of "breakthrough" is, finally beating Logan Stieber and winning the NCAA Championship.
    Well if that's what you consider breakthrough then you're still wrong. Face it, Stieber is just better in every position. Not by much, but added together, they equal a win for Stieber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quinn14 View Post
    Well if that's what you consider breakthrough then you're still wrong. Face it, Stieber is just better in every position. Not by much, but added together, they equal a win for Stieber.
    Stieber is better on his feet? I disagree

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    Stieber is better on his feet? I disagree
    Considering Tony has 1 takedown to Stiebers 4 or so, I'm not sure what argument could be made at this point, other than you like Tony because he wrestles for Iowa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stplace View Post
    Stieber is better on his feet? I disagree
    I seem to remember him getting the takedowns. Am I wrong? I think Ramos might have gotten one in the first match but I don't remember him having the lead going into the second period in their other two matches. I could have selective memory so cprrect me if I'm wrong. Without looking back at videos, I would swear Stieber has the takedown lead in their matches.

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