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    Whatever, guess I misunderstood the assertion about my being angry. Mea culpa.

    I'm sure the subject on whether or not Metcalf is deserving of canonization will be brought up lots of times in the future, so on those grounds you're right, it can definitely be left out of this thread.

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    Most Improved: Said this earlier in the year, but Dan Vallimont
    Strongest: Varner, Glenn, and Davis
    Most successful staller who averages ten points per match: Dustin Schlatter
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    Default Re: Wrestling Superlatives: Who's The Best At What Move

    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Whatever, guess I misunderstood the assertion about my being angry. Mea culpa.

    I'm sure the subject on whether or not Metcalf is deserving of canonization will be brought up lots of times in the future, so on those grounds you're right, it can definitely be left out of this thread.

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    Most Improved: Said this earlier in the year, but Dan Vallimont
    Strongest: Varner, Glenn, and Davis
    Most successful staller who averages ten points per match: Dustin Schlatter
    "Charlie Falck's Rubik's Cube" Award: Jayson Ness.

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    "Most likely to succeed": Josh Glenn, Jayson Ness
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    Quote Originally Posted by VakAttack View Post
    I don't get it, but I think I'm supposed to ask.
    This award goes to Brent, because he now has more male admirers than J.A. or maybe it's just on this board...

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    Quote Originally Posted by graduated View Post
    This award goes to Brent, because he now has more male admirers than J.A. or maybe it's just on this board...
    I'd make that one a tie with Ness. And Dustin Schlatter as honorable mention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by graduated View Post
    This award goes to Brent, because he now has more male admirers than J.A. or maybe it's just on this board...
    Ohhhh...pretty good, actually.
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    Most improved: Phil Keddy
    I'd give the Jessica Alba award to Tom Brands: looks good in action, but probably shouldn't have speaking roles.
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    Default Re: Wrestling Superlatives: Who's The Best At What Move

    Quote Originally Posted by ISU2008 View Post
    Most improved: Phil Keddy
    I'd give the Jessica Alba award to Tom Brands: looks good in action, but probably shouldn't have speaking roles.
    haha... like it.

    stardust: DS would be a previous winner and Ness is a close second.

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    Smartest wrestlers (non-Ivy): any Northwestern wrestlers.

    BTW: who has the stats on which wrestlers have scored the most points per bout (put pins into a separate stat column)?

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    Inside Trip - Keith Gavin
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