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    Lol@ Zapp thinking Pami is better then Hall

    Hall>Regular season, Hall > conferences, Hall> NCAAs

    Take it to the bank
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    Default Re: Trade Announcement: Jensen & Mojo

    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Lol@ Zapp thinking Pami is better then Hall

    Hall>Regular season, Hall > conferences, Hall> NCAAs

    Take it to the bank
    Well, given the evidence we have, you are 33 % correct.

    By the way, not sure how much anyone should trust your 157 lb evaluation skills. How is Steve Brown, taken one pick after I took # 2 157 Chase Pami, working out for you?
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    *shrug* sometimes things do not go as we would hope them to. I was looking to grab a 157 in the 5th, and in between my picks Sanderson, O'Connor, Hall, and Pami all went off the table. I was left with a choice between Bonilla-Bowman and Steve Brown. I am confident I made the right decision and hopefully it will work out in the end.
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    You didn't acknowledge the otehr part of my post. Hall may have been better in the regular season, but Pami beat him head to head in the conferrence finals, and then outplaced him at NCAA's, even beating the guy who beat Hall in his 7th/8th place match. Pami's losses were to 5th place Chandler and 6th place Moley, while Hall's losses were to non-AA Sanderson and 8th place Safratowich (whom, as I said, Pami would later beat). So Pami outperformed him at Conferences and backed it up at NCAA's. Seems pretty clear to me. Ahem.
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    I think we can all agree they are both way better than Steve Brown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    I think we can all agree they are both way better than Steve Brown.
    I don't think there's a soul who would disagree with this statement!
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    I just like that I don't have to have these conversations with LoSt this year and that I can hand the mantle over to you two boys. LOL.

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    Just watched the Steve Brown match, I actually thought he looked extremely good.

    It looked like he tweaked his ankle pretty bad about halfway through the match and he ended up giving up 1 because he took his 2nd injury Timeout. Then he gave up a desperation TD in the last 10 seconds or so.

    It was a muchhhhh closer match then the score. Subtract those two things its a 6-5 match, and thats with brown having trouble with his ankle for half the match. I would expect Brown to win this 8 times out of 10
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Just watched the Steve Brown match, I actually thought he looked extremely good.

    It looked like he tweaked his ankle pretty bad about halfway through the match and he ended up giving up 1 because he took his 2nd injury Timeout. Then he gave up a desperation TD in the last 10 seconds or so.

    It was a muchhhhh closer match then the score. Subtract those two things its a 6-5 match, and thats with brown having trouble with his ankle for half the match. I would expect Brown to win this 8 times out of 10
    LoSt.....you're my boy....he did not look "good"
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