Let's see how I did...
125: Matt Steintrager (Champ), Jason Lara (Runner Up)
133: Dan Mitcheff (Champ), Steve Mytych (Champ)
141: Reece Humphrey (Runner Up boooooo)
149: Matt Kyler (Champ)
157: Shane Vernon (Champ)
165: Shane Onufer (Champ)
174: Ben Bennett (Champ), Colby Covington (Champ)
184: Dave Erwin (4th), Jerome Ward (not good)
197: Jake Varner (Champ)
285: Konrad Dudziak (Champ), David Wade (Runner-up)
Altogether I had 10 champs and 3 runner ups.
So, with the exception of my 184s (either one of which could AA), everyone on my roster finished in the top 2.
Last edited by Gold; 03-08-2010 at 02:20 AM. Reason: Wade finished 2nd, too.
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Who would have bet that during conference week that Schlatter, Beatty & Ellis would score a grand total of 3 points. I guess I should have taken Gage up on trading him Schlatter for Howe!
I think of all the tiny little things that cost me points over the season, like missing the line up deadline the first week & missing out on a few points from Krom.
Also I didn't realize that FLEX meant ANY Weight. It doesn't state that in the rules. Had I known that I would have flexed Delaney instead of putting him @ 97. Then I would have enough points to beat Gold. Wtf.
I am going to still keep track of my guys during the NCAAs. Wouldn't be ironic if my roster scores enough points to win but I don't cuz I didn't qualify?
Um, it could happen.
Last edited by kr1963; 03-08-2010 at 10:50 PM.
you seriously turned down schlatter for howe?
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