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    Default Week 4 standings thru 12/1

    I'm exhausted, so if there is a mess up let me know and cite where I'm wrong. I'm in the midst of Finals. Sorry I can't get these out soon enough.

    Anywho, tigerfan has vaulted into the lead and along with Gold and Zapp have slightly separated themselves from the field. The more spots that would be considered in the play offs, and there are 4 guys within 10 points of one another battling for it. Champ Kind is currently our odd man out, trailing Herkey # 1 by a single measly point.

    1. Tigerfan- 276 points
    2. Gold- 262 points
    3. Zapp Brannigan- 255 points
    4. RD149-2- 219 points
    5. MatEater- 212 points
    6. Herkey # 1- 210 points
    7. Champ Kind- 209 points
    8. accboy- 195 points
    9. architeuthis- 195 points
    10. sgallan- 180 points
    11. r.payton@att.net- 160 points
    12. vaisforlovers- 139 points



    Tigerfan: 83 points

    125 Joe Fio , Oklahoma 0 points
    133 Steve Bell, Maryland 10 points
    141 Chris Drouin, Arizona State 4 points
    149 Steve Brown, Central Michigan 0 points
    157 Gregor Gillespie, Edinboro 0 points
    165 Nick Marable, Mizzou 9 points
    174 Ray Jordan, Mizzou 16 points
    184 Louis Caputo, Harvard 12 points
    197 Craig Brester, Nebraska 9 points
    Hwt Mark Ellis, Mizzou 19 points
    Flex: Dorian Henderson, Mizzou 4 points

    Zapp Brannigan: 100 points
    125 Obe Blanc, Oklahoma State 12 points
    133 Dan Dennis, Iowa (FLEX) 9 points
    133 Jayson Ness, Minnesota 18 points
    141 Alex Tsirtsis, Iowa 12 points
    149 Lance Palmer, Ohio State 0 points
    157 Michael Chandler, Missouri 12 points
    165 Ryan Morningstar, Iowa 12 points
    174 Jay Borschel, Iowa 18 points
    184 David Craig, Lehigh 7 points
    197 Eric Lapotsky, Oklahoma 0 points
    HWT Scott Steele, Naval Academy 0 points

    r.payton: 59 points
    125-Precin, Northwestern 0 points
    133-Marble, Bucknell 12 points
    141-Hernandez, Indiana 21 points
    149-Mario Mason, Minnesota 0 points
    157-Coughlin, Indiana 17 points
    165-Stewart, Central Michigan 6 points
    174-Brennar, West Virginia 0 points
    184-Umbrehauer, Rider 0 points
    197-Todd, Michigan 0 points
    285-Massey, Wisconsin 3 points
    Flex 157-Kinser, Indiana 0 points



    Accboy: 55 points
    125 Jarrod Garnett Virginia Tech 8 points
    133 Troy Nickerson Cornell 0 points
    141 Frank Molinaro Penn State 0 points
    149 Jordan Burroughs Nebraska 0 points*
    157 Jon Bonilla-Bowman Hofstra 0 points
    157 Scott Winston Rutgers (Flex) 10 points
    165 Chris Brown Old Dominion 11 points
    174 Chris Heinrich Virginia 11 points
    184 Vince Jones, Nebraska 6 points
    197 Hudson Taylor Maryland 9 points
    285 Justin Dobies North Carolina 0 points

    RD149-2: 29 points
    125 Benelyon Kent State 0 points
    133 Franklin Gomez Mich St 0 points
    141 Mclemore N. Ill 0 points
    149 Matt Kyler Army 3 points
    157 JP O'Conner Harvard 9 points
    165 Dwyer Nebraska 4 points
    174 Browne Nebraska 9 points
    184 Kissel Purdue 0 points
    197 Varner Iowa ST 4 points
    HWT Morrison tOSU 0 points
    Flex James Oklahoma 0 points

    Gold: 33 points
    125: Steve Mytych, Drexel 0 points
    133: Reece Humphrey, Ohio State 0 points
    141: J Jaggers, Ohio State 0 points
    149: Brent Metcalf, Iowa 22 points
    157: Matt Dragon, Penn 0 points
    165: Colt Sponseller, Ohio State 0 points
    174: Mike Miller, Central Michigan 7 points
    184: Zach Geisen, Stanford 0 points
    197: Cayle Byers, George Mason 0 points
    285: Jermail Porter, Kent State 0 points
    Flex: Kyle Ruschell, Wisconsin 4 points




    Sgallan: 34 points
    125 Anthony Robles Arizona State 6 points
    133 Andrew Hochstrasser Boise State 0 points
    141 Nick Gallick Iowa State 3 points
    149 Darrion Caldwell NC State 10 points
    157 Chase Paimi Cal Poly 0 points
    165 Donnie Jones West Virginia 0 points
    174 Nate Lee Boise State 0 points
    184 Kirk Smith Boise State 0 points
    197 Max Askren Missoura 15 points
    285 Joe Fendone Edinboro 0 points

    Champ Kind: 35 points
    125 Angel Escobedo Indiana 17 points
    133 Joey Slaton Iowa 3 points
    141 Zack Bailey Oklahoma 0 points
    149 Jake Patacsil Purdue 0 points
    157 Shane Vernon Oklahoma 0 points
    165 Mack Lewnes Cornell 0 points
    174 Steve Anceravage Cornell 0 points
    184 Dustin Kilgore Kent State 0 points
    197 Chad Beatty Iowa 7 points
    285 Dave Zabriskie Iowa State 0 points
    FLEX Kyle Hutter Old Dominion 8 points

    Herkey: 80 points
    125 Charlie Falck Iowa 25 points
    133 Nick Fanthorpe ISU 0 points
    141 Cody Cleveland UTC 4 points
    149 Jamal Parks OSU 0 points*
    157 Jordan Leen Cornell 6 points
    165 Moza Fay UNI 3 points
    174 Steve Luke Mich 3 points
    184 Phil Keddy Iowa 21 points
    197 Andrew Anderson UNI 0 points
    HWT Dan Erekson Iowa 15 points
    Flex Dan LeClere Iowa 3 points


    Architeuthis: 51 points
    125 Zack Sanders Minnesota 13 points
    133 Jimmy Kennedy Illinois 3 points
    141 Kellen Russell Michigan 0 points
    149 Dan Gonsor VA 0 points
    165 Luke Manuel Purdue 0 points
    174 Mike Cannon American 16 points
    184 Josh Arnone Cornell 0 points
    197 Dallas Herbst Wisconsin 6 points
    285 John Wise Illinois 0 points
    157 Tyler Safratowich Minnesota 13 points

    MatEater: 49 points
    125 Brad Pataky, Penn State 0 points
    133 Tyler Shinn, Oklahoma State 3 points
    141 Tyler Nauman, Pitt 0 points
    149 Bubba Jenkins, Penn State 0 points
    157 Cyler Sanderson, Iowa State 0 points
    165 Brandon Mason, Oklahoma State 9 points
    174 Quentin Wright, Penn State 0 points
    184 Jake Herbert, Northwestern 0 points
    197 Clayton Foster, Oklahoma State 16 points
    285 Jared Rosholt, Oklahoma State 21 points
    Flex Jarrod King, Edinboro 0 points

    Vaisforlovers: 38 points
    125-James Nicholson, ODU 6 points
    133-Lou Ruggirello, Hofstra 0 points
    141-Zach Tanelli, Wisconsin 5 points
    149-Mitch Mueller, Iowa State 0 ponts
    157-Matt Moley, Bloomsburg 10 points
    165-Colby Covington, Iowa 0 points
    174- 0 points
    184-Rocco Caponi, Virginia 3 points
    197-Patrick Bond, Illinois 0 points
    285-Nathan Everhart, Indiana 8 points
    Flex-Newly McSpadden, Okie State 6 points

    * This wrestler scored points, but not at the weight you wrestled him.
    Last edited by Zapp Brannigan; 12-04-2008 at 04:29 PM.
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    Default Re: Week 4 standings thru 12/1

    Matt Coughlin scored 17 points at the hoosier dual and Trevor Stewart had a fft -, which you counted , then beat Rendos and majored Hunter from Drexel for 13 total points .

    So I should have 10 more points.

    These matches took place on 11/29 -you can review the results on intermat .
    Last edited by r.payton@att.net; 12-04-2008 at 02:19 PM.

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    Default Re: Week 4 standings thru 12/1

    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Matt Coughlin scored 17 points at the hoosier dual and Trevor Stewart had a fft -, which you counted , then beat Rendos and majored Hunter from Drexel for 13 total points .

    So I should have 10 more points.

    These matches took place on 11/29 -you can review the results on intermat .
    I'm sorry about Coughlin, you are correct, and your scores there have been altered. However, Stewart is right. According to Intermat, he won by decision against Rendos, lost to Morningstar, had a forfeit, and then won by decision (not major) against Hunter. I'm not counting forfeits, and two decisions is worth 6 points. I have added 3 points to Coughlin's score and your overall score.
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    Default Re: Week 4 standings thru 12/1

    Since when is 10-2 not a major ? I don't understand not countinf fft's but that is your call-but an 8 point win is still worth 4 points .

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Since when is 10-2 not a major ? I don't understand not countinf fft's but that is your call-but an 8 point win is still worth 4 points .
    http://www.nwcaonline.com/nwcaonline...0667&ID2=30014

    That is the link to the results from Intermat. Stewart won by the score of 2-0 over Scott Hunter. Immediately below him, Mike Miller won a major decision by the score of 10-2 over Brian Stouffer.
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    My intermat site has him winning 10-2 as does Central Michigans wrestling page -it's only a point but if our info is screwed we'll be doing this all year .Try the CMU site and then you can tell me how to senf you the other intermat site cause I don't know nothin bout no computers .

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    I see what you are talking about now. However, it's hard to tell what to do. All three of the different sources (Central Mich. website, Intermat dual result, and Intermat scorebook) all have different scores for the dual itself. The best I can do is score everybody by the same method, and I've been using the College Scorebook. I'm going to have to say it stands.

    I decided not to score the forfeits, etc. because I don't think a wrestler deserves points for not doing anything. A forfeit is worth 6 points in a dual, and I don't think, for fantasy purposes especially, that a guy should get the same amount of points for doing nothing that another guy gets from actually earnign a pin.
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    I'm climbing fast fellas. Cant wait for Midlands and the confrence season. Once UNI gets going I'll have my whole team scoring points. Watch out boys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    I see what you are talking about now. However, it's hard to tell what to do. All three of the different sources (Central Mich. website, Intermat dual result, and Intermat scorebook) all have different scores for the dual itself. The best I can do is score everybody by the same method, and I've been using the College Scorebook. I'm going to have to say it stands.

    I decided not to score the forfeits, etc. because I don't think a wrestler deserves points for not doing anything. A forfeit is worth 6 points in a dual, and I don't think, for fantasy purposes especially, that a guy should get the same amount of points for doing nothing that another guy gets from actually earnign a pin.
    I think a fft should count 3 points -you beat the scales , you worked your ass off and it's not your fault the other team doesn't have a wrestler .Hell, this is Div. 1 college -there should never be a fft save inj . ones -and the only one of the sites whose score tallied correctly was CMU-the home team who is responable for the official score because if it's wrong they fft.All your site did was not count the 197 lbers major -hell-they won 3 matches , how can you score 6 points ?Even Div 1 wrestling has the score as 10-2 -no one has 2-0 but yours -it's only one point but if your site is wrong -and I assume it is -since 4 other sites have the score 10-2 , then what if a real problem comes up ?
    Say some geek types in a fall for the wrong team -then you'll have someone upset .... like i said , it's only a point .
    As of 3 minutes ago Northwestern and Northern Illinois were tied 9-9 going into 165 .

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