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    IMO, the first half of this dual could be very exciting.
    125-Precin-25-0 -Mcbono
    133 Mele -15-4vs Ramos--
    141-Friedly-20-5Ballweg
    149 Nadhir -23-3Ballweg
    157 Welch -21-3-St.John
    165 baika ?vs Jannsen
    174-Roddy-8-4-Lofthouse
    184 Jones ? Gambrall
    197 Schoen 11-6 -Lofthouse
    285 Kuhar- 12-11-Rasing
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    Precin and McD should be entertaining. I wish it were televised.

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    I think this is going to be a very interesting dual match. The outcome of the match between Precin and McDonough will go a long way toward setting the tone of the match - and maybe of the match with Penn State on Sunday. I think Jason Welch will do well against St. John. I saw Welch wrestle against Illinois a few weeks ago and he is extremely aggressive. Conrad Polz is pretty exciting to watch as well. But, over-all, I think Iowa will take it.

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    For a freshman , Friedly is a complete HAMMER on top. I can see NW taking 4 matches -Welch is a quiet 20-2-should be interesting

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    You probably alread know this but just in case; the match is being streamed live at 8:00 PM Eastern on the Bigtennetwork.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    165 Polz vs Jannsen
    I think you meant Kevin Bialka. Polz wrestles for Illinois.

    Without looking at the line-ups, here was the prediction I posted on another site more than a week ago:

    125: #2 Matt McDonough vs. #1 Brandon Precin
    133: #10 Tyler Clark vs. Levi Mele/Bobby Joyce
    141: #16 Mark Ballweg vs. Kaleb Friedley
    149: Matt Ballweg/Jeret Chiri vs. #11 Andrew Nadhir
    157: #15 Derek St. John vs. #7 Jason Welch
    165: #16 Aaron Janssen vs. Kevin Bialka
    174: #14 Ethan Logthouse vs. Robert Kellogg
    184: #17 Grant Gambrall vs. Aaron Jones
    197: #15 Luke Lofthouse vs. John Schoen
    265: Blake Rasing vs. Ben Kuhar

    Looking at the line-up, I can see the 'Cats winning 125, 149 and 157 with very possible wins/upsets at 141 and heavy.

    Like any college dual, the name of the game will be bonus points. As much as I love my 'Cats and even with splitting the matches five-a-piece, I see Iowa walking away with this dual 21-15.

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    I had to check and see if NW was using Kellogg or Baika -I changed the line up as best I could with their records next to them .

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    The upper weights for Northwestern are all sneaky tough. None of them world beaters of course but they could pull out a couple wins at 65-HWT and make things interesting if the lightweights can win.

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    I like McD over Precin and DSJ over Welch(not as sure on that one)

    Not many other matches of interest that I can see.
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