I was at that dual when Banach got pinned and I can attest that the floor shook. It was deafening loud.....
Man, that goes back a long way. I seriously figured that Banach was going to pin Osenbaugh in 90-seconds or so like he did with many opponents.
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great article...as a gopher fan sometimes I realize that my "hawkeye hate" sometimes comes from the fact that I am a little bit jealous of their history...moments like these are really amazing...i am waiting for someone to put together a book like this for the gophers from the early days of the program up to J. Rob taking over and then up until today...i think there are some equally amazing moments in Gopher History to be written and would love to read about them (see Lesnar v Hand)...(see Konrad v Mocco at National Duals) etc, etc.
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