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    Default Re: Minnesota v. Cal Poly & CSF

    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Bronson made Basulto look like....like....well...Bronson.

    That guy did nothing....

    Cal Poly quick escape in the 3rd to begin the period...
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    A little tussle at Heavy and Cal Poly attempts a throw...Minny spins and goes behind and then Cal Poly gets the reversal...that was pretty fun to watch...

    Minny wins the heavyweight match 4-3 I think...NEVER try to type while watching a match...I missed half of the scoring
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    Here's to hoping DS only sat out because it was Cal Poly and CSF. We definitely need him in the lineup every night.

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    I apologize if it is the case....I thought it was Ben out there.

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    165 Glasser looks FAST on his feet and I think he hurt his ankle at the end of the match. He still looks like he gasses though in the 3rd as well. Gophers did NOT work hard tonight to keep their guys down which I guess is fine if you plan on being aggressive on your feet but I didn't see much there either. Glasser is tough and will keep getting better. I like his aggressiveness.

    174 Dretsch put his guy in some really bad positions off of the ties tonight and had a couple body locks tight but only hit one of them early for a 5-0 lead. He was working his guy hard on top and trying to get the pin with Konrad's arm bar but never quite got it, almost got it once though...dominated this guy on his feet and beat him soundly.

    184 Kish drew some guy that just went right after him at first in upper body. He was pissing off Kish and Kish pushed him after the whistle out of bounds at least four times but never got a penalty point. Ref knew guy was frustrating Kish and so he let it go. Kish finally starting attacking the guys legs at the end of 2nd and got every takedown he tried when he went after his legs...I think he took this match 7-2.

    197 Push fest 2007. This was horrible and I think it ought to be a training manual and what wrestling is not. It looked like two monkeys humping and only got worse from there. Bronson wins the match 2-1 on a stalling point that I missed being awarded. With Bronson however I will take them however I can get them.

    Hwt. I guess it was Berhow but I thought it was Nord. First time I have seen the heavies wrestle this year. Berhow kept forward pressure but didn't try any of his shots that he has been known for. This one was close until the end and the Cal Poly guy goes after a throw which Berhow capitalized on and took down the Cal Poly guy and he must have gotten quick backs because the Cal Poly guy immediately reversed him and then the match was over. I had it at 3-3 but they raised Berhow's hand so I either missed a takedown (quite possible) or Berhow got backs after the botched throw by Berhow...

    Minnesota looked pretty tired as it was 12:00 p.m. in their heads and they wrestled back to back. Ness, Reiter, Glasser, Saf, and Dretsch looked pretty good tonight. Ness and Dretsch particularly but I don't think Dretsch wrestled anyone that was worth a damn. Minny still trying to get some fire underneath them as they don't look particularly sharp at this point. Good to see the Reiter wrestling better. As much as I like Manny, Mendes just absolutely pwn'd him with the cement mixer. Thats the only way to stop Manny is to try to end the match and Mendes did that.
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    you were right, it was Berhow and the match ended 6-3 Berhow...
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