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    Default How about these five leading it off

    I know this has been threaded before but wanted to rehash it after the past weekend. Is there a stronger five in a row than what MN has from 125-157?

    Jan. 14 Individual Rankings

    125 pounds
    1. Angel Escobedo, So. Indiana (2nd)
    2. Jayson Ness, So. Minn. (3rd)
    3. Charlie Falck, Jr. Iowa (7th)
    4. Paul Donahoe, Jr. Nebraska (1st)
    5. Brandon Precin, So. Northwestern (4th)
    6. Tanner Gardner, Sr. Stanford (5th)
    7. Rollie Peterkin, So. Penn (8th)
    8. Mike Sees, Sr. Bloomsburg (10th)
    9. Tony Pescaglia, Fr. Missouri (9th)
    10. Dave Tomasette, Sr. Hofstra (12th)
    11. Mark McKnight, Sr. Penn State (6th)
    12. Javier Maldonado, Sr. UT-Chattanooga (11th)
    13. Gabe Flores, Sr. Illinois (13th)
    14. Boris Novochkov, Fr. Cal Poly (14th)
    15. James Nicholson, Fr. Old Dominion (15th)
    16. Luke Smith, Sr. C. Mich. (16th)
    17. Eric Morrill, So. Edinboro (17th)
    18. Nic Bedelyon, Fr. Kent State (20th)
    19. Anthony Robles, Fr. Arizona State (19th)
    20. Steve Mytych, Sr. Drexel (NR)


    133 pounds

    1. Coleman Scott, Sr. Oklahoma State (1st)

    2. Mack Reiter, Sr. Minn. (2nd)

    3. Lou Ruggirello, So. Hofstra (4th)
    4. Joey Slaton, So. Iowa (3rd)
    5. Mike Grey, Fr. Cornell (8th)
    6. Franklin Gomez, So. Michigan St. (6th)
    7. Nick Fanthorpe, So. Iowa State (5th)
    8. Kenny Jordan, So. Nebraska (9th)
    9. Jimmy Kennedy, So. Illinois (10th)
    10. Reece Humphrey, So. Ohio State (14th)
    11. Pat Castillo, Sr. N Illinois (11th)
    12. Zach Tanelli, Sr. Wisconsin (12th)
    13. Andre Hernandez, Jr. Indiana (16th)
    14. Joe Baker, Sr. Navy (19th)
    15. Tyler McCormick, Sr. Missouri (7th)
    16. Brian Shelton, So. Oklahoma (18th)
    17. Dave Marble, So. Bucknell (15th)
    18. Robbie Preston, Sr. Harvard (NR)
    19. Kyle Hutter, So. Old Dominion (NR)
    20. Dan Mitcheff, Jr. Kent State (13th)


    141 pounds

    1. Nathan Morgan, Sr. Oklahoma State (1st)

    2. Charles Griffin, Sr. Hofstra (5th)
    3. Manuel Rivera, Sr. Minn. (2nd)
    4. Kellen Russell, Fr. Michigan (3rd)
    5. Brandon Rader, Jr. West Virginia (4th)
    6. Chad Mendes, Sr. Cal Poly (7th)
    7. Kyle Ruschell, So. Wisconsin (8th)
    8. Joe Caramanica, So. NC State (10th)
    9. Dan LeClere, So. Iowa (11th)
    10. J Jaggers, Jr. Ohio St. (9th)
    11. Jake Strayer, Jr. Penn State (6th)
    12. Eric Kruger, Jr. Central Michigan (17th)
    13. Mike Rowe, Jr. Nebraska (NR)
    14. Zack Bailey, Fr. Oklahoma (12th)
    15. Carter Downing, Sr. Wyoming (13th)
    16. Matt Kyler, So. Army (15th)
    17. Nick Gallick, So. Iowa State (16th)
    18. Drew Headlee, Jr. Pittsburgh (NR)
    19. Cody Cleveland, Fr. UT-Chattanooga (18th)
    20. Ryan Prater, Fr. Illinois (NR)


    149 pounds

    1. Brent Metcalf, So. Iowa (1st)

    2. Dustin Schlatter, Jr. Minn. (2nd)

    3. J.P. O?Connor, So. Harvard (3rd)

    4. Lance Palmer, So. Ohio St. (4th)

    5. Ryan Lang, Sr. Northwestern (5th)

    6. Jordan Burroughs, So Nebraska (6th)

    7. Josh Churella, Sr. Michigan (7th)

    8. Bubba Jenkins, So. Penn State (9th)
    9. Mike Roberts, Sr. Boston (8th)
    10. Darrion Caldwell, So. NC State (10th)
    11. Will Rowe, Jr. Oklahoma (11th)
    12. Morgan Atkinson, Sr. Cal Fullerton (13th)
    13. Mitch Mueller, So. Iowa State (14th)
    14. Jake Patacsil, Jr. Purdue (15th)
    15. Josh Wagner, Jr. Missouri (12th)
    16. Adam Hall, Fr. Boise State (16th)
    17. Kaylen Baxter, So. Old Dominion (17th)
    18. Kyle Fried, Sr. Binghamton (18th)
    19. Brandon Carter, Sr. Central Michigan (19th)
    20. Cesar Grajales, So. Penn (20th)


    157 pounds

    1. Mike Poeta, Jr. Illinois (1st)

    2. Craig Henning, Sr. Wisconsin (2nd)

    3. C.P. Schlatter, Sr. Minnesota (3rd)

    4. Gregor Gillespie, Jr. Edinboro (4th)

    5. Matt Kocher, Sr. Pittsburgh (5th)

    6. Jordan Leen, Sr. Cornell (6th)

    7. Dan Vallimont, So. Penn State (10th)
    8. Ryan Hluschak, Sr. Drexel (8th)
    9. Cyler Sanderson, So. Iowa State (7th)
    10. Tyler Sherfey, Jr. Boise State (11th)
    11. Brandon Becker, Sr. Indiana (9th)
    12. Ryan Morningstar, So. Iowa (17th)
    13. Chase Pami, So. Cal Poly (12th)
    14. Michael Chandler, Jr. Missouri (13th)
    15. Chris Oliver, Jr. Nebraska (14th)
    16. Josh Zupancic, Sr. Stanford (15th)
    17. Newly McSpadden, Jr. Oklahoma State (16th)
    18. Zac Fryling, Sr. West Virginia (18th)
    19. Matt Moley, So. Bloomsburg (19th)
    20. Chad Terry, So. Oklahoma (20th)
    The NCAA selection committee just screwed the Gophers on seeding.

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    Default Re: How about these five leading it off

    I'm going to go out on a limb and say "No, there isn't"
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    No, not unless Iowa proves differently when they meet.

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    Default Re: How about these five leading it off

    Iowa not too far behind:
    Charlie Falck,3rd, Joey Slaton, 4th, Dan LeClere, 9th, Brent Metcalf, 1st, Ryan Morningstar, 12th.

    It is not beyond the realm of imagination that either team could sweep the first five weights.

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    Yeah. Then it gets real bad. Kish even looks bad right now. They better put 2-3 of those guys in the finals and get the others in the top 4 because 165,174,197,Hwt might not hardly score a point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dthomas View Post
    Yeah. Then it gets real bad. Kish even looks bad right now. They better put 2-3 of those guys in the finals and get the others in the top 4 because 165,174,197,Hwt might not hardly score a point.
    They'll get points at 165/174 but will be a stretch to AA at those weights. Dretsch is the X factor.
    The NCAA selection committee just screwed the Gophers on seeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldengopher View Post
    I know this has been threaded before but wanted to rehash it after the past weekend. Is there a stronger five in a row than what MN has from 125-157?

    Jan. 14 Individual Rankings

    125 pounds
    1. Angel Escobedo, So. Indiana (2nd)
    2. Jayson Ness, So. Minn. (3rd)
    Things that make you go hmmm....

    Quote Originally Posted by Champ Kind View Post
    Escobedo is #1, he was #2 and hasn't lost.
    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    No way Ness doesn't go to #1. Give me a break. People jump people all the time.
    Quote Originally Posted by goldengopher View Post
    No way I think the coaches reward Ness for the win over #1. He's #2 and Escobedo stays 2. Of course using their logic in the team rankings Escobedo drops to #6 (ala MN) despite not losing.
    Quote Originally Posted by headshuck View Post
    Ness beating #1 Donahoe moves him to #1 IMO. Very fortunate to have this shot at Donahoe. Now his fate for #1 seed at nationals is in his hands.
    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Ness was the #3 and beat the #1 he's the new #1 for sure he's undefeated and has beaten donahoe.
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    if DS is out of the line-up and you have to throw Mellmer in there that instantly alot of teams just up above Minnesota here. Mellmer is going to give up five to six which nullifies two decisions at other weights.

    with DS in the line-up, we are tough to beat. i would prefer to talk about how Malamura looked at Heavy because he definitely wrestled better against Gritter and Rogers than I think Berhow or Nord would have. If Malamura could take that kind of mentality back to 197, I think we would be a much more solid team. Most teams would like to have the problem we have at 165 with two guys who are argueably Top 10-Top 15 and both having eligibility next year. In Glassers case, he has three more years. Saf is going 157 next year and while he may not get Top Five like C.P. could, Saf is a solid fill in here and argueably a better dual wrestler than C.P. as he has more pinning potential in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Champ Kind View Post
    Things that make you go hmmm....
    Hey Champ UnKind,

    Nice spin. After Falck beat Donahoe I predicted that Ness would not overtake Donahoe as the win against Donahoe instantly became less impressive.

    I knew I could count on Champ UnKind to go back and cut and past other peoples comment into a thread without any type of real discussion added on to the end.

    Like I said, the next time you have an opinion will be the first time.
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