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    Default Re: Fantasy Wrestling: Looking for a 133 pounder

    gofer, any word on why he lost the spot? He wrestled Fanthorpe real tough twice.
    You do the math..... I'll do the alfredo!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

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    I believe you have the University of Northern Iowa confused with Northern Illinois gofer, unless I've missed something castillo and washington are on completely different teams

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    Default Re: Fantasy Wrestling: Looking for a 133 pounder

    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    I believe you have the University of Northern Iowa confused with Northern Illinois gofer, unless I've missed something castillo and washington are on completely different teams

    Washington is a good kid, I think he came out of Omaha, Skutt.

    Lost, if you had an extra 57 pounder, I'd trade Terryl Willimas.

    Anyone???? 157 for 33

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    I have only 1 157 pounder and that is fryling, I would consider trading him as part of a package deal for williams and sherfey, I will do a bit of thinking and get back to you later today on a possible deal.
    Last edited by LoSt; 11-13-2007 at 03:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    I have only 1 157 pounder and that is fryling, I would consider trading him as part of a package deal for williams and sherfey, I will do a bit of researching and get back to you later today.
    Lost, can't do it....IMO, Fryling is a down grade from Tyler. Tyler at least has some kind of shot at winning his conference, while Fryling is maybe a three.

    06-Sherfey 35-9 and Fryling 21-8

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    They are pretty comparable but you are right about the confrences, fryling is most likely a 3rd. He went 8-2 in duals last year however and beat some ranked opponents including seth martin and matt hill, I think this is a big year for him.

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    However fryling is not the one who has taken 4th in a preseason tournament with mostly non-d1 schools in it

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    Default Re: Fantasy Wrestling: Looking for a 133 pounder

    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    However fryling is not the one who has taken 4th in a preseason tournament with mostly non-d1 schools in it

    I hear ya.

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    RRRR...well that is what I thought but then in the last tournament for Northern Iowa, Castillo didn't wrestle.

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