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    Ok, I know it's not a positive topic, but who were the wrestlers that were always in "questionable" shape, i.e. taking suspect injury timeouts, etc. I can think of a couple from my alma mater but I'll hold off for now on them, since they are my friends.

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    Frey clearly had some difficulty this season.

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    Safra-GO-vich made the much bigger guy from Michigan State Stop. Name escapes me...

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    Rocky Cozart is the MSU dude shuck...

    I'll second Frey, he was probably the most egregious I saw this year, although that cut was obviously brutal on him.

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    I am going to go with Fleeger from Purdue because he took injury timeouts at the most obvious times...
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    Gotta do it even though I love these guys. Kellan Fluckiger and Mike Simpson from ASU took the most blatant injury timeouts I've ever seen.

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    Paul Bradley
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    Tell me about it, this morning, I woke up and I shit a squirrel, but what I can't get is the damn thing is still alive. So now, I've got a shit covered squirrel running around my office and I don't know what to name it.

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    Most of Pauls problems were blood timeouts but, his motor wasn't that great either.

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    watching Paul Bradley and Eric Bradley wrestle each other were some of the most wasted minutes I have ever experienced watching college wrestling. Matches always seemed to go into overtime and they were both usually bleeding.
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