UNI Panthers...Because it's just right.
I remember specifically arguing with lost about this. He was JB all the way. My main arguments were that JB was a guy who relied on explosiveness and was coming off of knee surgery(which, contrary to what I expected seemed to give him improved explosion). Also, he had struggled with strong hand fighters(metcalf, chandler) historically and te 157 bracket he smashed didnt really have any elite guys who focused on hand fighting as their offense. It made sense at the time....
To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.
I don't think you were the only one picking Burroughs. I did a quick search before the site crashed on me (again) and there were people (including me) who were giving Burroughs the nod.
Jacob Schlottke---Gone too soon, and the world is a little less bright because of it. RIP, brother.
One, two, Evans is coming for you...
Also, whomever referenced that Delgado wins the toss-up vs. Waters based on speed alone.......Waters is a pretty fast SOB! I remember catching some of his matches last season and admiring his ability as I believe he was a True Frosh. He's put on muscle and is exceptionally quick.....McD can attest given how the TD happened.
Ok, so let's get Waters as the 1 seed wrestling Delgado at 4 in the All-Speed Semi Final. Then we can have McD and Mega as 2/3 (I don't care which is which, B10s will sort it out) in the M&M Semi Final.
In the final we'll get to see if athletic speed wins over experience at being in the finals.