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    i think LoSt is fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    i think LoSt is fun.
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    I like the Heineken award idea! I also think a steal of the draft award would be fun. I also think if there were some way for the website to have some sort of spreadsheat with all the wrestlers that would be updated live would help make the draft go way faster and smoother. One thing that slowed me down a lot this year was having to read through and mark out all wrestlers that had been picked. I don't know that this would be possible though. I also like Lost's idea of the OW's getting bonus points as well. As far as the rules go I think it's a bit like beer pong, the house rules get written down as the game is played.
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    I think that next year we should change the way we draft. The oldest guy should get to pick his starting lineup all at once...and then the next oldest guy, etc........finishing with LoST.
    Then I can get my sleep and not have to wait for all you younger, but slower guys to make your picks.

    Howaboutit, JensenS??
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    Quote Originally Posted by TLV View Post
    I think that next year we should change the way we draft. The oldest guy should get to pick his starting lineup all at once...and then the next oldest guy, etc........finishing with LoST.
    Then I can get my sleep and not have to wait for all you younger, but slower guys to make your picks.

    Howaboutit, JensenS??
    i second this wise motion!!

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    i am on the fence with this motion, c.j., 37...don't know if i am old or young in this group...
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    I think scored tournaments need some limitations, like Grips and I had discussed off the board. Like if there's a tournament with say, at least 4 full Division I rosters. I mean, Letts (For example) cleaned up at ESU, but the competition wasn't as deep as it was in the past, should this have been a scored one? Close, have to look at who the competition was.

    On the same point, you've got "Scored" tournaments like the K-B Freshman Division where guys are whipping up on backups in the 20-and under and cleaning up. Seems inconsistent to count the 20-and-under while not counting, say East Stroudsburg or Shorty Hitchcock. The NC State Open had what, Duke, N.C. State, Ohio State and what else? It was a big scorer for Ohio State draftees and Caldwell (and Barone, full disclosure).

    Hell, Barone won four non-scored tournaments. Donahoe won Buffalo, non-scored. There's a few examples, but overall, I'm pleased with how the league works, other than people constantly making trades to LoSt to strengthen his team, not to keep him from winning! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dart Shark View Post
    I think scored tournaments need some limitations, like Grips and I had discussed off the board. Like if there's a tournament with say, at least 4 full Division I rosters. I mean, Letts (For example) cleaned up at ESU, but the competition wasn't as deep as it was in the past, should this have been a scored one? Close, have to look at who the competition was.

    On the same point, you've got "Scored" tournaments like the K-B Freshman Division where guys are whipping up on backups in the 20-and under and cleaning up. Seems inconsistent to count the 20-and-under while not counting, say East Stroudsburg or Shorty Hitchcock. The NC State Open had what, Duke, N.C. State, Ohio State and what else? It was a big scorer for Ohio State draftees and Caldwell (and Barone, full disclosure).

    Hell, Barone won four non-scored tournaments. Donahoe won Buffalo, non-scored. There's a few examples, but overall, I'm pleased with how the league works, other than people constantly making trades to LoSt to strengthen his team, not to keep him from winning! LOL
    I didn't count the 20 and under division at UNO

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I didn't count the 20 and under division at UNO
    Gotcha, but there were a few non-scored tournaments that should have been scored based on quality of competition. Opens are tough, because it's like "who's going to show" -- should be a minimum of Division I teams in the field to be classified.

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