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    Default Central Michigan 21 Michigan 13

    CMU defeats #3 Michigan, 21-13

    Both Tannenbaum and Luke go down.

    125: Luke Smith (CMU) tech. fall. Jason Lara (UM): 19-3
    133: Connor Beebe (CMU) dec. Chris Diehl (UM): 5-2
    141: Kellen Russell (UM) dec. Eric Kruger (CMU): 3-0
    149: Josh Churella (UM) maj. dec. Nathaniel Holt (CMU): 14-6
    157: Jeff Marsh (UM) dec. Tyler Grayson (CMU): 3-2 on riding time 3-2
    165: Trevor Stewart (CMU) dec. Eric Tannenbaum (UM): 5-3
    174: Brandon Sinnott (CMU) dec. Steve Luke (UM): 5-4 OT
    184: Tyrell Todd (UM) dec. Christian Sinnott (CMU): 6-4
    197: Wynn Michalak (CMU) maj. dec. Anthony Biondo (UM): 9-1
    HWT: Bubba Gritter (CMU) dec. Eddie Phillips (UM): 8-1
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    Default Re: Central Michigan 21 Michigan 13

    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    CMU defeats #3 Michigan, 21-13

    Both Tannenbaum and Luke go down.
    WOW...nice win. That can't hurt for the in state recruiting battle.

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    Default Re: Central Michigan 21 Michigan 13

    Tom Borrelli gets more with less than any other D I coach.

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    Man... and right after I was talking about how tannenbaum was more consistent then perry...

    I hear the winning td call was pretty controversial though, anyone see the match?

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    Default Re: Central Michigan 21 Michigan 13

    I was there and I didn't think it was controversial. Tannenbaum got a quick TD and and then Stewart shut things down. He wrestled a good, controlled match and didn't open anything up for Tann. He wasn't stalling by any means and was at times pushing the action, but he never left himself open. All in all it was a huge day for the Chips. Announced attendance of 4,273, and a big win over U of M.

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