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    What if you were coaching and had a chance to knock off the #1 team in the NATION ?? Would you rest your starters ? Or would you wrestle your best guys to pull the upset ??

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    Somebody's mad about Ness.
    Jacob Schlottke---Gone too soon, and the world is a little less bright because of it. RIP, brother.

    One, two, Evans is coming for you...

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    F Ness -how would you feel if you flew out to Northern Iowa to support your team and THAT team Minny put out there showed up ?? No #2 133 ,no #2 165-bounced Mason up and down and actually fft'd 184 rather than send Young out there ..

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    So you're supposed to wrestle guys even when they're injured?

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    Ness was warming up until Sanders lost and Dustin 's injury is ''minor''-and they took 15 -where was little Yohn at 184 ?

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    Minnesota had a great weekend. They beat a tough Missouri team and tough Central Michigan Team. Sure it was a shame that Minnesota couldn't mount more of an attack on Iowa, but they will get a better chance in February on home turf.

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    Russ,
    They call it "Live to fight another day." J Rob usually considers his options pretty well. The Gophs would not have won today given the injuries they sustained, and it might have made things worse for the Big Tens and Nationals. A healthy Schlatter and Ness, a even fiestier Thorn, a Mason that can go hard for three full periods: these are all possible for Big Tens, if not sooner.

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