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    Default Re: Fantasy League Discussion: 12/14-12/20

    Not sure where I'm at all together. But here is a rundown of Reno

    But Lewnes (my late, late, late round steal): 1st
    Sinnott 184: 1st
    Gritter: 5th (scores the same almost the same as first)
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    Default Re: Fantasy League Discussion: 12/14-12/20

    I was counting on 120+, but my guys managed only 94. I guess we'll have to work harder...

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    Default Re: Fantasy League Discussion: 12/14-12/20

    Quote Originally Posted by TLV View Post
    Minnesconny Bophers for this coming week is pretty slim:
    125 Precin v ESU on Sunday
    133 Reiter.......no matches
    141 Ruschell...nada
    Quote Originally Posted by TLV View Post
    149 Patiscil v Mt ST. Joseph Sunday
    158 Becker FITE Duals on Sunday
    165 Smith-Bergsrud(or his replacement)
    174 Dergo.......non
    184 Kish...nothing
    197 Herbst.......none
    285 Berhow...nothing
    flex is Fraga at Mt. St joseph.

    Slim pickens indeed.
    125 Precin wins 8-4 for 3 points

    149 Patacsil does not wrestle but his replacement LIpp wins 4-3 for 3 points maybe
    165 Fraga wins 24-7 for 5 points
    158 Becker results unknown at this time.
    I know that Indiana won both matches by shutouts, but I haven't been able to find the individual results, so I have no idea whether Becker wrestle and/or how he did.

    Either 8 or 11 points so far.
    Brother TLV,
    I'm a bit confused. Do we automatically get points for a guy who replaces our named starter in a dual meet, or do we have to put his name in before the match? I know we only can use a replacement if our roster guy is injured (as opposed to beaten out in a wrestle-off like my 133 Ciasulli, or quitting like Gardner of VATech) but I thought I read somewhere that we had to name the dude before we can get points. If this isn't so, I would get points for the Cal Poly JV guy who replaced Chase Pami in the SF State meet (Pami wrestled Oregon St. earlier that day and got banged up a little so he was replaced in the lineup). Anyone have clarification on this?

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    Default Re: Fantasy League Discussion: 12/14-12/20

    Brother MOJO, I think that if our guy is injured, we get his replacement automatically just like his real team does. If on the other hand, he gets beat out........then we've just lost one of our team members.

    May be wrong, but that's the way I understand it.
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    Sorry TLV, you don't pick up points for Patacsil's replacement. If it turns out he's hurt, and you want to pick up his replacement to use then you can.

    But once you declare a line up for the week, you're locked in on those guys for that week. If a guy gets dinged up, or just gets held out for a meet for whatever reason, thats just bad luck.
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    Default Re: Fantasy League Discussion: 12/14-12/20

    yep, thats the way i understood it...it pays to try to do a little bit of reserach prior to doing your line-up on Friday...not that I have been doing that but it has affected with me Harvard (Flanagan) and Oliver (Nebraska).

    Tip: Try to put out some feelers on your boy and see if anyone has the skinny. I got some insight on Flanagan (back for Midlands I think) and Oliver (day to day).
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    Looks like I ended up the week with 113 as Missouri actually wrestled Marable up a weight and he faced my other wrestler Gavin...oh well...not going to complain as I think I went 22-3 this week.
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    Default Re: Fantasy League Discussion: 12/14-12/20

    This week sucked.
    125: Perelli - 3 points, went 1-2 at Reno
    149: Mueller - Zippo, didn't wrestle at UNI (on a side note my 149 pounder Frey made it down to 141 where he got 2nd at Reno and scored 18. Awesome.)
    157: Zupancic - 29 points (high scorer maybe?)
    165: Coughlin - any info on FITE Duals?
    174: Sinnott - 17 (should have lost first round like Zup)
    184: Jones - 6
    285: Zabriskie - 4
    Flex: Dwyer - huge zippo

    I think that's 59. The Celtics taught me how to tank before the draft.
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    ISU, I think you are going to find out that 59 isn't too bad of a score for the week...I just lucked out and got those Ohio Duals points from Triggas and Bergman (30+) and then got some nice points at Reno (40) from Ervin and Michalek.
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