Wiltz - It was great to meet you. I just reviewed all of your texts and what the posters may not realize is how fast the action was coming. The Hawkeyes really pushed the tempo up and down the lineup (except Loera in the 1st period of his match).
At 141 Ettleson chose top in the final period because LeClere was completely dominating him on his feet. Ettleson rode him out but couldn't score any back points.
Morningstar still has strength issues. He got in on countless high crotches and singles but Beets was able to fight most of them off. Beets' 1 takedown came when Morningstar got in deep on a high crotch, Beets sprawled and was then able to cut the corner. The fall was pretty slick - during regulation Beets used the Bulgarian position to fight off several takedowns. In OT I think Morningstar was anticipating that possible counter and just stacked him up.
Standing O for Morningstar and then we didn't really have time to sit before we had to jump up for Perry's fall over Fay.
Being a Hawkeye fan - I hate to say this, but Borschel needs a little more patience. It's almost like he has an internal alarm clock that makes him shoot every 20 or 30 seconds - whether he has set up the shot or not. When he moves his opponent and gets a good setup, he's solid. He just takes too many shots where he's just diving at the guy. Dolly's fairly good and Jay got away with it, but top 10 guys are going to counter those loose TD attempts and score.