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    Russ getting megaludis for mele has to be one of the best in hindsight

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    Mele had just beaten Delgado so I'd see if snack would go for it. Mele then stuck MEGA in the big 10's. So who knows at the time .
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    I agree that at the time, it looked like a fair deal, but it definitely worked out for you in the end!! Thats the funny part of trades is seeing who gets the guy that comes out of nowhere at the NCAA's.

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    DSJ went from out of the line-up and done for the year a week after I traded for him to Big 10 Champ and NCAA runner-up. Who knew!

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    Looks reasonable enough at least from the perspective of my guys. Despite the fact that I finished 3rd other than Carter I didn't have any guys who were great steals (Nevinger in the supplemental I guess) and didn't really blow any of my high picks.
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    I think I got Delgado in the 11th round, same as Lost got Hunter? EIther way, for Fantasy purposes, I think Delgado blows Stieber out of the water. I know he placed 7th to Hunter's 6th, but the bonus point disparity is large in favor of Delgado.
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    I'd like to nominate myself for a terrible supplemental pick that knocked me out of the tournament....Chase Smith Wyoming 141....goes 2 and BBQ at conferences.....while Mariarcher decides to win the EIWAs
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    seconded .
    I seem to remember offering you Grajales,Hickman and Bekzod for Tank and Mock and a frog.That trade would have gotten you the WC and scored you a lot of points in the tournament . G=4,H=7.5,Bek=17
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutch134 View Post
    Feeling a little withdrawal, figured I would start this up: My best picks are based on NCAA performance since that is what matters most. In some instances I included guys who had a better all around season if I felt it was warranted. My worst picks are mostly guys that got injured or redshirted.

    Round 1

    Best Pick-David Taylor(Lost)-Won everything there is to win and just about single handedly won the NCAA's for Lost

    Worst Pick-Cayle Byers(MOJO)-Lot to give up for a 3rd place finisher who missed a lot of the season.

    Interesting note-Of the 14 picks in Round 1, 12 were finalists(Flores and Byers were not)

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    Brother Dutch,
    Not that it matters that much at this point, but I don't think Byers was such a bad keeper this year. Actually, he was a much worse pick for me last year (3rd rd.?) when, after being ranked in top 3 most of the year, scoring nice bonus points most every match and beating Simaz at the Scuffel, he goes and gets arrested and booted from the G.Mason team, leaving me with a pitiful back-up @ 190's. This year, even though he was out for various periods of time, his back-up was Rosholt, who was at least as good if not better than Beyers and always scored points for me. Beyers capping off his senior year by placing 3rd in the NCAA"s was about as high as I thought he was going to fly, with Wright, Simaz and Honeycutt returning. You would have been legit choosing my first pick 2 years ago as one of, if not the worst 1st rounder when I chose that Bosie St. returning champ (blanking on his name now) at 184 who was injured before the season even started and wound up not even placing when he (finally) returned late in the season! Luckily I had traded him by then, I think for Max Askren, who was having a lousy season, but had a great NCAA tourny, winning it all. I'll give you Jason Lara too. WTF was I thinking?!?

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