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Thread: Escobedo: Stalling on Top?

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    Default Re: Escobedo: Stalling on Top?

    How about there being no stalling warning, it just turns into points immediately..

    (I added the video up top)
    Last edited by Schlottke; 03-21-2008 at 10:34 AM.

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    Default Re: Escobedo: Stalling on Top?

    That might not be such a bad idea except that different refs do not call stalling the same. When I was in HS, only 1 or 2 refs told us before the meet what they would call stalling, so we knew what we had to do to not get hit. If they go right to points, it will open up a new can of worms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ISU2008 View Post
    That might not be such a bad idea except that different refs do not call stalling the same. When I was in HS, only 1 or 2 refs told us before the meet what they would call stalling, so we knew what we had to do to not get hit. If they go right to points, it will open up a new can of worms.
    The NCAA's guys are generally more on top of it, but yes, it still would be an issue. If they are getting booed for not calling it, they can't just get by with a warning though to appease the boo's then though.

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    Default Re: Escobedo: Stalling on Top?

    Actually, after watching the match, Esco is stalling on top, bottom and on his feet.
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    Default Re: Escobedo: Stalling on Top?

    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Actually, after watching the match, Esco is stalling on top, bottom and on his feet.
    Intermat just said Angel was hurt and holdind his ribs -perhaps he'll open up knowing he probably can't wrestle the full seven.

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    I don't know about that logic. I can tell you this, in that match with Robles, Escobedo and anyone else that wrestles Robles needs to make sure they have a plan when they come against him because from the whistle, you are wrestling Robles on a different level and at his game.
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