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    subdude... eh, not really.

    125: #1/2 Jayson Ness
    #3/5 Charlie Falck

    133: #2/3 Mack Rieter
    #4/4 Joey Slaton

    141: #4/5 Manuel Rivera
    #10/8 Dan Leclere

    149: #1/1 Dustin Schlatter
    #3/2 Brent Metcalf

    157: #7/5 C.P. Schlatter
    #16/13 Ryan Morningstar


    Iowa may have the better team... (not even sure about that) but they are not that close when it comes to the first 5 IMO.

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    Talking about Minnestoa here so I want to ask if anyone close to the Gophers knows how Sonny Yohn is doing in the room?

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    I don't know how he's doing in the room, but he's undefeated (as is Zack Sanders) or close to it, in open competition this year.
    RIP Jacob Schlottke - 1984-2011

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    Thanks JensenS. Appreciate the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I don't know how he's doing in the room, but he's undefeated (as is Zack Sanders) or close to it, in open competition this year.
    According to Gophersports.com they are both undefeated but I thought Yohn lost one at the Kaufman-Brand. I don't think there will be much if any fall off at 125 next year if Ness indeed moves up to 133.

    http://www.gophersports.com//pdf2/10...DB_OEM_ID=8400
    The NCAA selection committee just screwed the Gophers on seeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldengopher View Post
    According to Gophersports.com they are both undefeated but I thought Yohn lost one at the Kaufman-Brand. I don't think there will be much if any fall off at 125 next year if Ness indeed moves up to 133.

    http://www.gophersports.com//pdf2/10...DB_OEM_ID=8400
    Ness is on his way to a top 4 finish (at worst, I think). You don't think there will be much of a fall off? You so crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VakAttack View Post
    Ness is on his way to a top 4 finish (at worst, I think). You don't think there will be much of a fall off? You so crazy.
    I said "much if any fall off" meaning Sanders is a stud in his own right. The kid was #1 at his weight coming out of high school and performed well on the national scene as well. I think he will more than hold his own. So far he's 17-0 with 4 pins, 6 majors and a tech fall in those matches. I'd say he's doing alright on the collegiate level.
    The NCAA selection committee just screwed the Gophers on seeding.

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    For what its worth (maybe nothing) Ness was 19-4 as a redshirt as a point of comparison, so a 17-0 record by Sanders does indicate that he appears to be more than ready to hit the ground running next year.

    Perhaps not to the point Ness did last year, but still, he'll be very tough out of the gate.
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