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    Default Great job Penn State!

    Is 3rd place their highest finish ever? Sunderland definitely proved himself with finally having two great wrestlers around the weight where he himself competed. Overall an exciting performance I must say. Phil Davis looked very solid in the finals. Michalak did not have anything on him.

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    especially after having such a poor showing at the Big10 tournament.

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    Default Re: Great job Penn State!

    National Champs in 1953 when the tournament just happened to be held at Penn State. Were in the top 5 1991-96, 3rd 91, 92, 94, with a 2nd place in 93.

    3rd also in 1984 when it was held at the Meadowlands in NJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flynnpsu View Post
    That opens it up a bit for Frank Molinaro to move into the line-up.
    Sure would be nice if Strayer could find his was back down to 133.
    Strayer, Scott, Molinaro, Vallimont

    Add in Pataky at 125 and .....Yeow, that would be a nice front end to the lineup - you have seen a murderers row like that since the 27 Yankees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flynnpsu View Post
    Not a bad call, that team is really crowded up in the middleweights.

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