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    Sunny Day! Who will be the lowest seed to win Big Ten Championship

    You can only give one name and a sentence or two on why you think they can pull this off. That way somebody can look back at this thread after the finals and feel like a genius.
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    133 Gomez #3 Seed-kid is 25-1 and I think has the ability to beat anyone in this weight class. Quickest kid at this weight class in the Big Ten.

    133 Reiter #4 Seed-why not? If his weight is under control, he doesn't have to be everyone at this weight class, only semi's and finals upsets could abound at this weight as the Top Five are pretty close at this weight.

    141 Rivera #5 Seed-anyone in the top five at this weight class can win on any given day.

    157 Schlatter #4 Seed-ridiculous that he is ranked this low as he is a two time defending Big Ten Champ who has had a VERY solid season losing in OT to Pami and Sanderson I think. Owns a victory over GG already.

    184 Kish #4 Seed-a healthy Kish can make a run. Unfortunately I don't think a healthy Kish is an option.
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    I meant to spread those over five different posts so I would be following directions but in an effort to conserve space and posts I combined them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    I meant to spread those over five different posts so I would be following directions but in an effort to conserve space and posts I combined them.
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    Default Re: Who will be the lowest seed to win Big Ten Championship

    I think C.P. is your best pick, BTW, did they change Rivera to a #5 seed?
    I'll through Jaggers name in the hat, he's got his weight under control and has been on a tear lately.
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    Default Re: Who will be the lowest seed to win Big Ten Championship

    Ryan Lang a No. 7 seed

    He shows up a weighins at 140.9 and takes the 141 gold.

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    6. Manuel Rivera, Minnesota - yea he read the Brands article on attitude, no frame of mind; no, it was attitude. I'm sure it's attitude.

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    #4 Dan LeClere - Had a few underachieving matches this year, but will peak for the Big Ten Tourney.

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    You are right, Rivera got the 6 seed. Somehow I think he gets a better seed today.
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