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    A Wrestling Great Calculates His Next Big Move: Dynasty


    By JOE DRAPE
    The New York Times
    Published: November 28, 2009

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. ? They turn cartwheels and mime acrobatic moves to the techno beat pumping through the sound system until sweat begins to glisten on their bodies. They are muscled and agile and could pass for Cirque du Soleil performers except that most of them have mangled ears, a telltale giveaway that they are wrestlers.

    In their midst, rolling his shoulders, stutter-stepping and slapping the neck of an invisible opponent is their coach, Cael Sanderson. He is a youthful 30, with a shaved head that makes him indistinguishable from his Penn State wrestlers.

    To continue reading... http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/29/sp...=nytimessports

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    A Wrestling Great Calculates His Next Big Move: Dynasty


    By JOE DRAPE
    The New York Times
    Published: November 28, 2009

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. ? They turn cartwheels and mime acrobatic moves to the techno beat pumping through the sound system until sweat begins to glisten on their bodies. They are muscled and agile and could pass for Cirque du Soleil performers except that most of them have mangled ears, a telltale giveaway that they are wrestlers.

    In their midst, rolling his shoulders, stutter-stepping and slapping the neck of an invisible opponent is their coach, Cael Sanderson. He is a youthful 30, with a shaved head that makes him indistinguishable from his Penn State wrestlers.

    To continue reading... http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/29/sp...=nytimessports


    Very cool article, thanks for sharing.

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