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    Default Bison Open Wrestling Tournament Results, Brackets

    So besides Minny dominating the tourny, like they have for years. There are a few interesting early season match ups.

    25-Gardner and Ness, last years 1-0 loss is what didn't get Ness his NCAA 3rd seed that everyone(Minny fans) thought he should get. What will happens this year? It might not be too much of a challenge (Bucky's guys are still in Party mode) but Ness should meet NDSU Hoffman in the semis. Could be ok??

    33-Reiter champ over NDSU Sanders
    41-Manny champ over NDSU Mooney
    49-DS champ-no comp

    57-Another good match up with 2 top 10 guys, CP and Zupancic, last year CP won it 3-0, should be a good one.

    65-Should be a wrestle-off match...Glasser likes the live action and will be too much for last years starter, Saf.

    74-Feist and Dretsch, I'll take the Stanford guy.**forgot about Sitch, he knocks off the Stanford kid in the semis then takes his elder gopher out in the finals.

    84-Kish champ-no comp, maybe Sonny?

    97-Bryce gets NDSU their lone champ.

    285-My darkhorse-Laber from Mary wins the title.

    Besides you guys hounding me for my 285 pick...thoughts?
    Last edited by Trusty; 11-05-2007 at 07:50 PM.

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    Schlottke says he's entering at 84 and going after Kish.

    I'll definitely be interested to see the Gardner v. Ness result, probably the most out of any in this tourney. With it being a six minute match without riding time it still won't tell us a ton, but I'd certainly like to see Jayson get a little bit of revenge for last year.
    RIP Jacob Schlottke - 1984-2011

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Schlottke says he's entering at 84 and going after Kish.

    He should, at least Kish would have some kind of a match

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    Hey, don't write checks that Schlottke's butt can't cash. He's says that he doesn't want Kish ripping his arms off. I can relate to that. Nobody should have their arms ripped off. It makes it much harder to drink single malt scotch.

    Leave that poor guy alone, you wankers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TLV View Post
    Hey, don't write checks that Schlottke's butt can't cash. He's says that he doesn't want Kish ripping his arms off. I can relate to that. Nobody should have their arms ripped off. It makes it much harder to drink single malt scotch.

    Leave that poor guy alone, you wankers.

    Well he could make the finals and then pull a med default, then his arms would still be ok for the evening festivities

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trusty View Post
    Well he could make the finals and then pull a med default, then his arms would still be ok for the evening festivities
    You're giving me too much credit to think I'd even make the finals in order to get my arms ripped off.. I would give Homer a room if he went 184 though.

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    I think Laber is still playing FB, but I agree he would be a darkhorse. I'm heading down there this weekend. I have a couple of my former wrestlers rolling down there. Should be a lot of fun.

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    I don't think that Stanford is coming to the Bison this year so we'll have to wait for the Ness - Gardner match up.

    The best part about this tourney is to see how the new gophers match up.

    I can't wait to see:
    125 Ness - Sanders
    165 Glasser - Safratowich
    174 Sitch - Kuhlman - Dretsch
    184 Yohn - Kish
    197 Eidy - Malamura
    Hwt Nord - Berhow

    and to see if Thorn, Matousek and Line have progressed.

    This is a great tourney to kick off the season. It's a chance for us fans to put names to faces for the new guys.

    My only gripe is that sometimes they wear their own singlets and I miss some of the early round matches.

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    The Bison Open isn't on Stanford's schedule:
    http://gostanford.cstv.com/sports/m-...stl-sched.html

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