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    Default Central Michigan schedule

    Until the CMU athletic site is up, you can find the CMU schedule at the MAC sports website.
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    or you could just go to the website... :P
    Gold is an idiot.

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    You missed the point where we talked about the CMU site being down.

    Click your own link and find out.

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    Find out what? THat CMU wrestles Michigan State tonight and at the virginia duals from the 9th to the 10th? :P
    Gold is an idiot.

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    EAST LANSING, Mich. - Central Michigan won eight of 10 individual bouts en route to a 29-6 nonconference dual win at Michigan State on Saturday.
    The win was CMU's eighth straight over the Spartans. The Chippewas (5-1), ranked 12th in the most recent NWCA/InterMat poll, have won 13 of their last 14 duals dating back to last season.
    Freshman Scotti Sentes put CMU in front for good with a major decision at 125 pounds. Sentes scored a takedown and three-point nearfall in both the first and third periods in an 11-0 shutout of Eric Olanowski. Sentes improved to 11-3 on the year with the win.
    Franklin Gomez, the nation's top-ranked 133 pounder, scored an 11-4 decision over CMU's Conor Beebe. From there, however, the Chippewas won seven of the match's final eight bouts to win going away.
    Tony D'Alie stretched CMU's lead to 10-3 by pinning Colin Dozier at 141 pounds. D'Alie was leading, 11-5, when he stuck Dozier with 44 seconds remaining in the third period.
    Steve Brown and Tyler Grayson then scored decisions at 149 and 157 pounds, respectively. Grayson forced overtime with an escape late in the third period, then won the match with a takedown and two-point nearfall in sudden victory.
    A trio of third-period takedowns led to an 11-3 major decision at 165 pounds for Trevor Stewart over Rex Kendle. Mike Miller then used a second-period escape and riding time to grind out a 2-0 decision against Ian Hinton at 174 pounds.
    Michigan State's only other victory came at 184 pounds, where Nick Palmieri posted an 8-6 decision against Vince DiDona. Palmieri scored two takedowns in the first period and another in the third.
    Eric Simaz and Jarod Trice delivered decisions at 197 pounds and heavyweight for CMU. Simaz used a second-period reversal and riding time to claim his 3-1 victory, while a takedown in the final minute helped Trice secure his 4-1 decision at heavyweight.
    CMU is back in action next weekend, competing in the Virginia Duals. The two-day tournament begins Friday, Jan. 9.

    Central Michigan 29, Michigan State 6 (Attendance: 1,899)
    125: Scotti Sentes (CMU) major dec. Eric Olanowski (MSU), 11-0; CMU leads, 4-0
    133: Franklin Gomez (MSU) dec. Conor Beebe (CMU), 11-4; CMU leads, 4-3
    141: Tony D’Alie (CMU) pinned Colin Dozier (MSU), 6:16; CMU leads, 10-3
    149: Steve Brown (CMU) dec. David Cheza (MSU), 11-8; CMU leads, 13-3
    157: Tyler Grayson (CMU) dec. Anthony Jones Jr. (MSU), 8-4 (OT); CMU leads, 16-3
    165: Trevor Stewart (CMU) major dec. Rex Kendle (MSU), 11-3; CMU leads, 20-3
    174: Mike Miller (CMU) dec. Ian Hinton (MSU), 2-0; CMU leads, 23-3
    184: Nick Palmieri (MSU) dec. Vince DiDona (CMU), 8-6; CMU leads, 23-6
    197: Eric Simaz (CMU) dec. Tyler Dickenson (MSU), 3-1; CMU leads, 26-6
    HWT: Jarod Trice (CMU) dec. Alan O’Donnell (MSU), 4-1; CMU wins, 29-6

    ya'll just dont have the magic touch
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