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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    i think you were referring to goldengopher and not me, goferphan...he mentioned that Dretsch HAD to AA this year...
    Oops! Sorry man. I always have to double check these days.


    That's exactly what I thought was funny about the original post.

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    if the same Dretsch that showed up against Sinnott shows up, he can certainly AA...if the same one shows up that wrestled against Nebraska, it ain't gonna happen.
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    [QUOTE=therick;33578]Dretsch has to AA his final year so

    That made me laugh.....wishful thinking at it's best.

    As for Ohio State, it's pretty obvious who the possible AA's are and there are two and maybe three (it's a little bit of a stretch) finalists.

    Finalist possibles: Bergman is the most obvious, then there's Pucillo. Palmer is the stretch. It all depends on draw and who's most healthy and wrestling well at 149 this year.QUOTE]

    I just gave these teams the bare minimum, I too think Pucillo has a good shot at the finals, the key obviously is to stay on the bottom side of the bracket with a 2-3 seed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    if the same Dretsch that showed up against Sinnott shows up, he can certainly AA...if the same one shows up that wrestled against Nebraska, it ain't gonna happen.

    I would just keep it with your last few words............."it ain't gonna happen"

    BTW gof, far from a bandwagoner.... lived in IC for a few years, wife's alma mater, sister's alma mater, and am honered to have a handfull of great friends that have been some of the best wrestlers to strap on the black and gold

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    197: Glenn, and Davis are absolute monsters. This is probably the second toughest weight save for 149, and the situations are actually pretty comparable, you've got the big two who sit on the top, and then a murderers row going down the list. Tamillow is deservedly ranked #3 and wrestling with Herbert all the time has paid off big for him. He's improved a ton over the last two years. You've got two former NCAA #1 seeds in Michalak, and Askren. Then guys like Flaggert who always seems to beat Michalak, Brester, Taylor, and Herbst who absolutely woodshedded Askren in the Vegas finals.

    Call me crazy, but Askren beat Tamillow this weekend (in the battle of guys from my alma maters) (which I'm sure they both cared lots about), and had such a good weekend that he was named the Big 12 Wrestler of the Week. Does Tamillow still really deserve that number 3?

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    Trusty, I dig the sig. Must have made a bet with Gofer huh?

    Tamillow I think fell to 5 and Askren moved up to 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    Trusty, I dig the sig. Must have made a bet with Gofer huh?

    Tamillow I think fell to 5 and Askren moved up to 3.

    Yep, took Dhoe over Ness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestater View Post
    197: Glenn, and Davis are absolute monsters. This is probably the second toughest weight save for 149, and the situations are actually pretty comparable, you've got the big two who sit on the top, and then a murderers row going down the list. Tamillow is deservedly ranked #3 and wrestling with Herbert all the time has paid off big for him. He's improved a ton over the last two years. You've got two former NCAA #1 seeds in Michalak, and Askren. Then guys like Flaggert who always seems to beat Michalak, Brester, Taylor, and Herbst who absolutely woodshedded Askren in the Vegas finals.

    Call me crazy, but Askren beat Tamillow this weekend (in the battle of guys from my alma maters) (which I'm sure they both cared lots about), and had such a good weekend that he was named the Big 12 Wrestler of the Week. Does Tamillow still really deserve that number 3?
    blue, my dear I am terribly, terribly, terribly sorry. I rooted for Askren in that match, and was very pleased to see him win it. As I was typing this out, that result just slipped my mind.

    Second year in a row that Askren has beaten him.
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