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Thread: 2011/2012 Fantasy League Final Standings: Lost Wins

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    Default 2011/2012 Fantasy League Final Standings: Lost Wins

    Wrapping up another year here with Lost making his way back to the top of the figurative podium for the first time in several years off the strength of his two stud 141's, Ness, Honeycutt, and then a huge 40.5 point effort by David Taylor.

    He'll get a little more day light (not that it really matters) sometime this coming week when Taylor is officially awarded the Hodge.

    NCAA's
    1. Lost: 139.5
    2. R.Payton: 138
    3. Jensen: 113
    4. Dutch: 107
    5. Gofer: 88.5
    6. Wiltz: 84.5
    RIP Jacob Schlottke - 1984-2011

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    Yikes, didn't see that coming. That was CLOSE! Well that's why we wrestle'em.

    I'll be back next year if JENSENS can stomach me another year.

    I thought we had to be in the continental US to win?
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    Very close between lost and Russ. I'll be back next year as well.
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    I thought i had it won after the Simaz match(-actually had an 8.5 point lead) then remembered the OW/Gregarian awards . Had DT one just one of those I'd have won.But, he won both.
    This would be easier to swallow if they had WRESTLED them -yet these were gift points after the tournament.
    This is as good a time as any to retire . At least for a year or two.
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    I thought i had it won after the Simaz match(-actually had an 8.5 point lead) then remembered the OW/Gregarian awards . Had DT one just one of those I'd have won.But, he won both.
    This would be easier to swallow if they had WRESTLED them -yet these were gift points after the tournament.
    This is as good a time as any to retire . At least for a year or two.
    Or until it's time to draft again this fall...
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    I would have tied Jensen for third with 113. My best possible score would have been 125 if I had started Yates over Evans, which was obviously never really an option.

    Now I move on to deciding whether I want to keep Ian Miller or Jesse Delgado.
    Jacob Schlottke---Gone too soon, and the world is a little less bright because of it. RIP, brother.

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    Or until it's time to draft again this fall...
    Nah, I'm through. To lose by award points (especially by a guy no one could draft as LoSt had DT as a keeper) is just too bitter a pill. I fought through surgery ,pneumonia, MRSA and Staph to lose on awards points awarded AFTER the wrestling was done ?
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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    Wow! Didn't see that coming, thought payton had it locked up for sure with all of his finalists. If it makes you feel any better Russ, I would have started Heflin over Munster if I hadn't been having technical difficulties and told VA to post a lineup for me. I haven't done the math, but that very well might have been enough to catch you even without any award points

    I really hope you stick around for next year, I definitely prefer having you as competition.

    I think that ties me and russ for most titles. Isn't there some really good wrestler who went 1-2-2-1? Whoever it was, thats me, except for fantasy
    Gold is an idiot.

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    Stick around Russ, you make it interesting.
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