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    Default Re: Rutgers 19 American 15

    ud b the 2nd seed 4 the 3rd

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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    ud b the 2nd seed 4 the 3rd
    More likely to wind up on you or Herks fantasy team.
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    Default Re: Rutgers 19 American 15

    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    More likely to wind up on you or Herks fantasy team.
    Just 4 that I will just have to have my team catch urs this week....

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    Default Re: Rutgers 19 American 15

    Check out comparing DT & SF's common opponents. It's a transitive property orgy....

    DT has beaten more highly ranked opponents.

    Fittery has destroyed his opponents similar to DT, but with more pins.

    Johnny Greisheimer (Edinboro)
    DT MD 25-12
    SF MD 17-8

    Donnie Tasser (Pittsburgh)
    DT TF 26-11
    SF TF 15-0

    Alex Elder (Oregon State)
    DT TF 18-2
    SF TF 20-3

    Sean Bilodeau (Lehigh)
    Both by Fall

    Cocozzo (Rutgers)
    DT MD 13-3
    SF D 6-3

    Frank Hickman (Bloomsburg)
    DT TF 20-5
    SF D 9-4

    Top wins
    (using TOM's current rankings)

    DT over 4,5,6,8,9 all by MD except 4.
    SF over 13,14

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    I didn't know they ranked all the way down to 66.
    I think I'm ranked 67 just sitting here on the couch.

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    Cocozzo (Rutgers)
    DT MD 13-3
    SF D 6-3

    Coco has been outstanding of late. If he holds through March I'll place him in the bottom half of AA's. As I mentioned he had the 1st takedown tonight. Not an easy feat against Fittery and it wasn't funked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    Cocozzo (Rutgers)
    DT MD 13-3
    SF D 6-3

    Coco has been outstanding of late. If he holds through March I'll place him in the bottom half of AA's. As I mentioned he had the 1st takedown tonight. Not an easy feat against Fittery and it wasn't funked.
    Could I get a quick breakdown on how this effects his Olympic RS possibilities?
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    The screen kept freezing up on me but Flores looked great-although no major he has beaten ( literally ) Russo 12-5 and 9-2. For a kid who has a couple of concussions this year he is wrestling as well as anyone. His match with Rey was great with a lot of movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    Could I get a quick breakdown on how this effects his Olympic RS possibilities?
    Cocozzo is a R-Sr, so are you referring to Taylor or Fittery?
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