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Discuss Minnesota v. South Dakota State Results at the College Wrestling within the Wrestling Talk Forums; Originally Posted by goferphan then again ISU, probably no way in this P.C. world you ...
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    Default Re: Minnesota v. South Dakota State Results

    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    then again ISU, probably no way in this P.C. world you get away with calling that the SNR anymore.
    Probably not outside of a wrestling room.

    But then again, what does "double grapes" seem to infer?
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    Default Re: Minnesota v. South Dakota State Results

    I've always heard the technique where you hook a leg like that called a "grapevine" I simply shortened it to "double grapes."

    Its kind of odd how various techniques are all called different things in different rooms around the country. We used to always joke about that move being called as you all have said the "Saturday Night ride" but technically speaking it was double grapes.

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    Default Re: Minnesota v. South Dakota State Results

    It has always been called a double leg grapevine.
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    and when you get pinned by it, its "sour grapes"
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