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Peters and Patterson was really slow until Patterson ...
UNI versus Oklahoma
Wow, some really good light weight matches.
Peters and Patterson was really slow until Patterson put a leg in and hurt his knee when Peters caught the leg. Patterson was lucky to finish the match. His knee was in bad shape.
Colon versus Brewer
Anyone see the match? Colon came out totally dominant leading 6-1 after 1 but then Brewer chose neutral and took Colon down with a beautiful double leg and was working him. After Colon escaped they got in a real nice scramble and Brewer first locked a cradle momentarily, Colon broke it but Brewer was able to finish off of it. I was really impressed with the way Brewer finished. It ended 7-5 but Brewer was dominating at the end and Colon looked tired.
Lasor versus Lester
Lester got the takedown and appeared to be in solid position with legs in but Lasor funked out of it and pinned him.
I'm still watching. Maple is dominating Patten. On the TV they said that Maple has been fighting an infection for 2 years that really started hitting him hard early this year but they have finally diagnosed it and he is on the road to recovery.
I really enjoy watching these UNI lightweights.
Re: UNI versus Oklahoma
125: No. 7 Dylan Peters (UNI) dec. No. 5 Jarrod Patterson (OU), 4-1
133: No. 1 Joe Colon (UNI) dec. No. 8 Cody Brewer (OU), 7-5
141: No. 15 Joey Lazor (UNI) fall No. 10 Nick Lester (OU), 2:06
149: No. 3 Kendric Maple (OU) maj. dec. Tyler Patten (UNI), 10-1
157: No. 19 Justin DeAngelis (OU) dec. Jarrett Jensen (UNI), 17-15 OT
165: No. 11 Cooper Moore (UNI) dec. Clark Glass (OU), 6-2
174: No. 1 Andrew Howe (OU) maj. dec. Cody Caldwell (UNI), 22-8
184: No. 5 Ryan Loder (UNI) maj. dec. Danny Chaid (OU), 13-0
197: No. 3 Travis Rutt (OU) dec. Basil Minto (UNI), 6-3
285: No. 18 Ross Larson dec. Blaize Cabell (UNI), 5-4
Re: UNI versus Oklahoma
The DeAngelis Jensen match was amazing. Jensen was totally dominating DeAngelis through 2 periods. I believe the score was 10-2. Suddenly Jensen ran out of gas and DeAngelis started letting him up and taking him down. Jensen didn't seem to have enough strength to even get to his feet. De Angelis would look back at the ref until he gave the escape and then immediately take him down again. At the end of regulation Jensen still got a point for riding time putting the match into OT. DeAngelis scored in seconds for the win. I've never seen a total melt down quite like this one before. Another surprise was that even though Howe dominated he couldn't score any back points. Looked inept on top, and Rutt really struggled with Minto. Not a good night for Oklahoma all the way around.
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