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    Ohio State Wrestle Offs
    Thursday, Oct. 25, 8 p.m.
    St. John Arena

    125 ? Nikko Triggas vs. Pat Harrington
    133 ? Will Livingston vs. Reece Humphrey
    141 ? No wrestle off
    149 ? Lance Palmer vs. Tyler Meek
    157 ? Sean Nemec vs. Brendan Beucler
    165 ? Colt Sponseller vs. Ross Ambrose
    174 ? Alex Picazo vs. Tommy Priestley
    184 ? Mike Pucillo vs. Wes Bergman
    197 ? Weakley vs. Zack Weinrich
    HWT ? J.D. Bergman vs. Corey Morrison/Eric DiAgosta

    http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/Vie...ATCLID=1283934

    This answers a few questions I had about where Nemec and Sponseller would end up. Looks like it'll be a very young team with a probably 4 freshman and 3 Sophomores starting. The future definitely looks bright here in C-bus.

    I'll have more after I watch the wrestle offs next week.

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    Last few years the Buckeyes have always managed to have some interesting battles at their wrestle offs. I'll be interested to see who comes away with their 133 spot, and how the young guns do at 157 and 165.

    It'll be interesting to see if either of them can come anywhere near the success that Mr. Palmer enjoyed last year.
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    In the words of the great Harry Caray: It might be. It could be. It IS--close to wrestling season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Last few years the Buckeyes have always managed to have some interesting battles at their wrestle offs. I'll be interested to see who comes away with their 133 spot, and how the young guns do at 157 and 165.

    It'll be interesting to see if either of them can come anywhere near the success that Mr. Palmer enjoyed last year.
    The matchups that look the most interesting to me are:

    125 - Triggas has a big national rep, but it'll be interesting to see how Harrington competes. He's a solid kid out of D3 dynasty St Mary Central Catholic in Sandusky. I'm just hoping he gives the bucks some depth at 125. Something they haven't had for years.

    133 - How much better has Humphrey gotten during his redshirt year? How's he going to handle the cut? Is he just gonna be too big for Livingston? Lot's of questions in that one.........I'm guessing it'll be Humphrey.

    197 - Weakley and Weinrich.....I really have no idea how this one will pan out. On pure talent I'd say Weakley, but Weinrich is beginning his third year of college wrestling with a year starting in Juco. Who ever it is it'll be a learning year for them.

    Hwt - I'm interested to see just how much weight Bergman and Morrison have put on. I've been hearing that both are in the 230-240 range, so we'll see.



    I've got to say that the guy I'll be going to see just to watch him wrestle is Sponseller. Watching him wrestle Nemec last year at Medina was an eye opener for me. I knew he was good, but that was very impressive over a very good wrestler.
    http://www.ohiowrestling.net/multime...ler_nemec.html

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    I'd guess that Enright is still in the mix at 133 and Johnstone at 157.

    No surprise if Nemec ends up beating out Johnstone for the 157 spot.

    The message board talk is that Morrison will redshirt. Maybe Campbell mans the back up spot to Bergman and then redshirts next year.

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    the future looks pretty bright for the Buckeyes...thats the makings of a nice young team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LkwdSteve View Post
    I'd guess that Enright is still in the mix at 133 and Johnstone at 157.

    No surprise if Nemec ends up beating out Johnstone for the 157 spot.

    The message board talk is that Morrison will redshirt. Maybe Campbell mans the back up spot to Bergman and then redshirts next year.
    I agree with the Nemec statement. No surprise there.

    I was surprised that Enright wasn't part of the wrestle off finals at 133. I don't know how bad the knee was that he had surgery on after the season, but I wouldn't be surprised if that had something to do with it.

    The Morrison stuff makes sense. He could make some huge strides in the room with the likes of Bergman, Rowlands and Thatcher to mix it up with.

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    Ohio State Wrestling: 125 Pound Preview
    By Kevin Schlosser
    www.the-ozone.net

    Ohio State has not had a lot of luck in recent years in finding wrestlers who can compete and stay eligible for four years at Ohio State. Tom Ryan made this concern a priority bringing in Will Livingston last year and the contingent of Patrick Harrington, Bo Touris, Nikko Triggas, and Pat Zamaria this season. Last year Livingston started all season and brought stability to a historically unstable weight class. As a true freshman he placed eighth at the Big Ten Tournament but did not advance to the NCAA Tournament.
    Livingston cut down to 125 to fill an immediate need for Ohio State after winning a New Jersey state title at 130 pounds as a high school senior. This season he is likely to move up a weight class and is a possible candidate for a redshirt year. If Livingston is not here, there will be an opportunity for one of the four freshmen to move into the lineup. The preseason favorite to start is true freshman is Nikko Triggas.


    The 2007 Front Runner: 125 pounds
    Nikko Triggas (freshman; Campolindo, CA)
    Nikko Triggas has been ranked as one of the top wrestlers nationally in his weight class since enrolling at Campolindo High School. The Moraga, California native was a four time California state placer, a two time state champ, a four time US national champ in Greco Roman, a four time US National All American in freestyle, and the runner up at 2007 Senior Nationals. Triggas wrestled in two Ironman Tournaments, winning his first with a 13-2 victory over Collin Palmer and took second place last year. In July, Triggas represented the US at the Junior Pan Am Games and won the gold medal in Greco Roman and a silver medal in freestyle.
    With a resume that boasts strong and consistent performances on a state, national, and international level, Triggas has to be considered the favorite to start at 125 pounds for Ohio State. Long term, Triggas looks to wrestle 125 pounds for his first few years before possibly moving up as an upper classman.
    “Nikko is a great student and a relentless go getter on the wrestling mat. He has won on every level, everywhere he has gone and we expect him to continue that at Ohio State.” Lou Rosselli continued, “With his attitude and talent, he has the ability to be our next freshman All American.”


    The 2007 Contenders: 125 pounds
    Bo Touris (freshman; West Chester, OH)
    Bo Touris comes to Ohio State from Lakota West High School. The 2007 OHSAA state champ at 112 pounds was a three time state qualifier, took fourth place at the 2007 Senior Nationals, and is a former Cadet Greco Roman national champion. If not starting, Touris is expected to provide depth and competition at 125 and 133 pound weight classes throughout his Ohio State career.
    “We have very high expectations for Nikko Triggas, but Bo was a wrestler we very much wanted to have at Ohio State. He was an early commit, and stuck with us knowing we weren’t finished recruiting,” said Tom Ryan. “With the additional weight he has put on, he has the experience to compete from the start and we look forward to getting them all in the room.”
    Pat Harrington (freshman; Sandusky, OH)
    Pat Harrington was a late addition to this class from Sandusky St. Mary’s Central Catholic. Following in the footsteps of a three time state placing father, Harrington was a two time division three OHSAA state champ at 103 and 119 pounds. At Senior Nationals, Harrington went 4-2 losing the match that would have elevated him All American status. In college, Harrington is projected as a 125 and 133 pound wrestler for the Buckeyes.
    Patrick Zamaria (freshman; Brecksville, OH)
    Patrick Zamaria also was a late signer with Ohio State from Brecksville, Ohio. Zamaria is a two time division one OHSAA state placer and a former freestyle All American. Nikko Triggas won a decision over Zamaria in the second round of the 2006 Ironman Zamaria. Zamaria rebounded to take eighth place to become Ohio’s only placer in a competitive weight class. Zamaria went 5-2 at the 2007 Junior Freestyle National, losing his last two matches by fall to the second and fourth place finishers. After a probable, redshirt season, Zamaria will compete at 125 and 133 pounds at Ohio State.
    Ohio State in 2006-2007: 125 pounds
    Will Livingston wrestled every varsity match for Ohio State in 2006-2007 at 125 pounds. As a true freshman, he posted a 17-20 overall record; placing fourth at the EMU Open, seventh at the MSU Open and eighth at the Big Ten Tournament. In dual meet action, he went 5-10 overall and 2-6 against the Big Ten. Livingston wrestled fourteen matches against NCAA qualifiers last season and finished 4-10 in quality matches. The highlight of the season for the freshman was his 10-0 upset of nationally ranked Frank Gomez at the Big Ten Tournament.
    2007-2008 Big Ten Outlook: 125 pounds
    With eleven starters and three All Americans returning, there will be a lot of familiar faces wrestling 125 at the Big Ten Tournament. Title contenders start at the top with the three All Americans; Jayson Ness, Charlie Falk, and Angel Escobedo. Any of the returning placers; Flores, Cudd, McKnight, or Precin, have the potential to finish higher and they are joined by Michael Watts, a two year starter for Michigan and Frank Gomez, the returning starter for Michigan State
    With only three seniors potentially starting, this weight class is young, deep and talented. The 2008 Big Ten Tournament will be a challenge for everyone and it will be a dog fight for the last qualifying spot for the NCAA Tournament.
    In addition to Ohio State freshman Nikko Touris, the Big Ten welcomes 2007 Senior national champs Eric Olanowski (Michigan State; 112) and Matt Ortega (Indiana; 125) and Iowa will add high school Junior national champion Nate Moore next season. Any of the freshman recruits could crack the lineup at their respective schools if Gomez, Escobedo, or Falck move up to 133 pounds. Purdue is expected to start freshman Akif Eren.


    2007 Big Ten Tournament Place Winners (2008 Class Rank)
    First: Jayson Ness (Minnesota; sophomore) NCAA:2007 fifth
    Second: Charlie Falck (Iowa; junior) NCAA:2007 eighth
    Third: Angel Escobedo (Indiana; sophomore) NCAA:2007 fourth
    Fourth: Gabe Flores (Illinois; junior)
    Fifth: Collin Cudd (Wisconsin; senior)
    Sixth: Mark McKnight (Penn State; senior)
    Seventh: Brandon Precin (Northwestern; sophomore)
    Eighth: Will Livingston (Ohio State; sophomore)
    DNP: Frank Gomez (Michigan State; sophomore); Michael Watts (Michigan, junior); and Brandon Tucker (Purdue; senior).


    2007-2008 NCAA Outlook: 125 pounds
    Nebraska junior Paul Donahoe is the defending national champion at 125 pounds. He leads a field of seven returning All Americans that includes Cornell junior Troy Nickerson, Indiana; sophomore Angel Escobedo, Minnesota; sophomore Jayson Ness, Lock Haven; senior Obe Blanc, Stanford; senior Tanner Gardner, and Iowa; sophomore Charlie Falck. Blanc may take an Olympic redshirt this season or move to 133 pounds.
    The pressure will be on Nickerson, Ness, Falck, and Escobedo as each is on pace to become a four time All American. Nickerson is halfway there as a junior while the others were All Americans as redshirt freshman. Ness was the Big Ten freshman of the year and both Falck and Escobedo can beat anyone in the field. With successful senior seasons; Hofstra senior David Tomasette, Wisconsin senior Collin Cudd, Penn State senior Mark McKnight, Bloomsburg senior Mike Sees, and Central Michigan senior Luke Smith will look to become first time All Americans in their fourth and final trips to the tournament. Together they have combined for fifteen NCAA Tournaments appearances.
    In total, twenty-seven of the thirty-two wrestlers who competed at the 2007 NCAA Tournament will return at 125 or above. Other wrestlers expected to contend this year include Oklahoma State sophomore Tyler Shinn, Michigan State sophomore Frank Gomez, Illinois junior Gabe Flores, Iowa State sophomore Nick Fanthorpe, UTC senior Javier Maldonado, and Lehigh junior Matt Fisk. Gomez, Fanthorpe, and Blanc are the most likely candidates to make the move to 133 pounds.
    Ohio State would love to have their 125 pounder make it through to the NCAA Tournament. As a true freshman, Nikko Triggas will be challenged to place at the Big Ten Tournament and qualify for nationals. If he makes it through to St. Louis, Triggas will be a seasoned freshman and optimistically can win a few matches to contribute to the team effort. While he is expected to experience some growing pains, Triggas has a shot of becoming a valuable contributor by seasons end. If Ohio State is going to move up in the standings their returning All Americans need to improve, other wrestlers step up, or a combination of both.


    2007 NCAA Tournament Place Winners (2008 Class Rank)
    First: Paul Donahoe (Nebraska; junior)
    Second: Sam Hazewinkel (Oklahoma) Graduated; NCAA: 2007 second; 2006, 2005, 2004 third; 4x
    Third: Troy Nickerson (Cornell; junior) NCAA: 2007 third; 2006 second
    Fourth: Angel Escobedo (Indiana; sophomore)
    Fifth: Jayson Ness (Minnesota; sophomore)
    Sixth: Obenson Blanc (Lock Haven; senior)
    Seventh: Tanner Gardner (Stanford; senior) NCAA: 2007 seventh, 2006 eighth
    Eighth: Charlie Falck (Iowa; sophomore)

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    Ohio State Wrestling: 133 Pound Preview
    By Kevin Schlosser
    www.the-ozone.net

    The Buckeyes have four grapplers competing for one spot in the lineup at 133 pounds; TJ Enright, Reece Humphrey, Will Livingston and Owen Schafer. Combined the grapplers have earned six varsity letters and qualified for three NCAA tournaments. Enright has the inside track here as a three time returning letterman and two time NCAA qualifier.
    Humphrey started as a true freshman at 133 pounds in 2006 before being granted a redshirt last season. After wrestling last season as a true freshman last season at 125 pounds, Livingston is expected to move up and is a redshirt candidate. Schafer earned his first varsity letter last season as a spot starter with Enright and Jaggers spending time on the shelf.
    Ohio State is anticipating senior T.J. Enright making the cut for his final season, but he will have to earn his spot in the lineup this season. Reece Humphrey is a capable challenger and a hungry wrestler. While it is probably too early for Livingston to take the next step this year, both Enright and Humphrey have All American potential this season. This is one weight class that the Buckeyes are confident and comfortable with their depth.
    The 2007 Front Runner: 133 pounds
    T.J. Enright (senior; Galloway, OH)
    TJ Enright returns for his senior season with a 62-39 career record and three varsity letters. After receiving a redshirt his first year on campus, Enright went 31-13 as a freshman; placing sixth in the Big Ten and qualifying for the NCAA Tournament. As a sophomore, he moved up to 141 and experienced mixed success posting a 15-14 record and did not place at the Big Ten Tournament. Enright returned to 133 last season; finishing in sixth place at the Big Ten to qualify for his second NCAA Tournament.
    While Enright finished the season strong, he battled injuries and conditioning throughout the year. An early season knee injury at the EMU Open put him out of action for over two months. When he returned, Enright was shaking off the rust and building up his conditioning while the rest of the Big Ten was hitting midseason form. Despite racking up some early losses, he was competitive in every match and wrestling his best at the end of the year.
    The 2007 Contenders: 133 pounds
    Reece Humphrey (sophomore; Indianapolis, IN)
    Reece Humphrey was redshirted last year and returns this season with three years of eligibility remaining. Tom Ryan resisted the temptation of wrestling Humphrey when Enright and Jaggers went down with early season injuries. With the possibility of both returning and Humphrey losing a spot in the lineup and a year on the books, the decision was made to save his eligibility.
    Humphrey wrestled in two tournaments at 141 pounds last season. At the EMU Open, Humphrey lost 1-0 in the semifinals to two time All American Ryan Lang and won two more matches to place third. At the Penn State Open, he dropped a 7-4 decision to Ricky McLaughlin of Edinboro and came back with two more wins to place fifth. With a 10-2 season, Humphrey pushed his career record to 36-18.
    As a true freshman, Humphrey tied J. Jaggers for the team lead in victories; finishing with a 26-16 record and an eighth place in the Big Ten at 133 pounds. When Jaggers was injured and unable to compete at the NCAA Tournament, Humphrey was sent as alternate entry. Humphrey lost his first two matchesand did not finish place.
    Prior to Ohio State, Humphrey was a three time state champion from Lawrence North High School and the 2005 Junior National Greco Roman champion and freestyle runner up. Reece is the third wrestler in his family to wrestle at Ohio State as both his brother Jordin and father Jim wrestled for the Buckeyes.
    Look for Humphrey to challenge Enright throughout the season and provide depth at both 133 and 141 pounds. Humphrey will have a hard cut, but will be considered the early favorite to replace Enright next season.
    Will Livingston (sophomore; Stillwater, NJ)
    Will Livingston was the starter for the Buckeyes last season at 125 pounds going 17-20 overall. As a true freshman, he placed fourth at the EMU Open, seventh at the MSU Open, and eighth at the Big Ten Tournament. Livingston struggled physically and technically at times; but grew as the season progressed and gained valuable experience along the way. At the end of the year, he finished second on the team in reversals and third in nearfalls. Highlighting the season for Livingston was a 10-7 victory over Frank Gomez, the four seed, at the Big Ten Tournament.
    While a return to 125 is unlikely, Livingston is a prime candidate for a redshirt with Humphrey and Enright on the clock. Livingston may not wrestle varsity this year, but he will be counted on to push Triggas, Enright, Humphrey and Jaggers at practice. With the graduation of T.J. Enright, Livingston is expected to challenge Humphrey for the spot next season.
    Owen Schafer (junior; Sandusky, OH)
    Owen Schafer is a transfer student from Heidleberg College. Last season, Schafer cracked the Ohio State lineup when Enright was injured and Humphrey was held out. Schafer finished with a record and was named a 2007 Academic All Big Ten. Over the next two years, Schafer can be expected to provide depth at 133 and 141 pounds.
    Ohio State in 2006-2007: 133 pounds
    When healthy, T.J. Enright was the starter and primary scorer for the Buckeyes last season. As a redshirt junior, Enright finished 14-10 for the Buckeyes; placing sixth at EMU Open and the Big Ten Tournament. In dual meet competition, he went 8-4 overall and 4-4 in the Big Ten. Enright wrestled fourteen matches involving former NCAA qualifiers and finished 3-9 in quality matches. Hidden in the numbers, T.J. lost five matches by one point, two by two points, one by four, and one by five. Enright went 11-1 against non qualifiers with his only loss coming by injury default.
    Enright qualified for the NCAA Tournament but did not place. After dropping a close 5-3 match in the first round, Enright won a to The highlight of the season for Enright was a 4-2 overtime victory over four time All American Nick Simmons at the Michigan State dual. His 5-3 decision win over Nick Bridge gave Ohio State an 18-17 come from behind victory over Cornell in dual meet competition.
    2007-2008 Big Ten Outlook: 133 pounds
    With the departure of champion Nick Simmons, the Big Ten will be crowning a new champion. Leading the charge will be Minnesota senior Mack Reiter and Indiana sophomore Andrae Hernandez. Reiter was a two time All American, while Hernandez was the Big Ten finalist and earned All American status with an eighth place finish. Penn State All American Jake Strayer has moved up to 141 pounds after taking fifth in the Big Ten and seventh at the NCAA Tournament last season
    Returning wrestlers with NCAA experience and that have placed at a previous Big Ten Tournament include Illinois sophomore James “Jimmy” Kennedy, Ohio State senior TJ Enright, and Wisconsin junior Zach Tanelli. Returning letterman expected to wrestle 133 pounds are Purdue junior Sean Schmaltz, Northwestern sophomore Eric Metzler, and Michigan sophomore Chris Diehl.
    Michigan State sophomore Frank Gomez is projected to move up to 133 pounds. After wrestling the majority of the season individually ranked in the top ten at 125 pounds, he was upset at the Big Ten Tournament and did not place or qualify for the NCAA Tournament. With the graduation of Mario Galanakis, Iowa is expected to start a sophomore; either Joey Slaton or Dan Dennis. Penn State senior Tim Haas is the early favorite to step into a shifting line if All American Jake Strayer moves to 141 pounds.
    With a single season of eligibility remaining and three varsity letters earned, T.J. Enright has the inside track at 133 pounds if he can make weight and stay healthy. The Ohio State starter will be expected to place and score at the Big Ten Tournament. Reece Humphrey and Will Livingston provide quality depth and could be successful if in the lineup. It will be a disappointment if Ohio State does not place or qualify a wrestler for the NCAA Tournament.
    2007 Big Ten Tournament Place Winners (2008 Class Rank)
    First: Nick Simmons (MSU) Graduated; NCAA: 2007 third; 2006 fourth; 2005 fourth; 2003 seventh
    Second: Andrae Hernandez (Indiana; sophomore) NCAA: 2007 eighth
    Third: Mack Reiter (Minnesota; senior) NCAA: 2006 fourth; 2005 fourth
    Fourth: James Kennedy (Illinois; sophomore)
    Fifth: Jake Strayer (PSU; junior) NCAA: 2007 seventh
    Sixth: T.J. Enright (OSU; senior)
    Seventh: Mario Galanakis (Iowa) Graduated
    Eighth: Zach Tanelli (Wisconsin; junior)
    DNP: Sean Schmaltz (Purdue; senior), Chris Diehl (Michigan; sophomore), and Eric Metzler (Northwestern; sophomore)


    2007-2008 NCAA Outlook: 133 pounds
    Two time defending champion Matt Vallenti and four time All American Nick Simmons were the cream of the class last season and have both graduated. The early favorite is Oklahoma State senior Coleman Scott, a finalist last season and a three time All American. Minnesota senior Mack Reiter and Missouri senior Tyler McCormick lead the field as two time All Americans. Penn State junior beat Indiana junior Andrae Hernandez for seventh last season. Strayer is projected to bump up to 141 this year while Hernandez is anticipated to return at 133 pounds.
    Cal Poly replaces two time All American Darrell Vasquez with senior Chad Mendes. After earning All American status at 125 pounds in 2006, Mendez was a redshirt last season. The Big Ten is hoping to send four contenders looking for first time All American honors in Illinois sophomore Jimmy Kennedy, Michigan State sophomore Frank Gomez, Ohio State senior T.J. Enright, and Wisconsin junior Zach Tanelli. Lock Haven senior Obe Blanc faces three choices; make 125 again, move up to 133, or apply for an Olympic redshirt. As a three time national qualifier, Blanc will be expected to be a contender wherever he lands.
    Other wrestlers in competition at 133 include Hofstra sophomore Lou Ruggirello, Iowa State sophomore Nick Gallick, Kent State sophomore Dan Mitcheff and Navy junior Joe Baker. Harvard senior Robbie Preston and Cornell sophomore Adam Frey are anticipated moving up to 141 pounds, but would be in contention if they return to 133 pounds. Harvard is expected to start true freshman Corey Jantzen. If Nick Gallick goes to 141 pounds, look for sophomore Nick Fanthorpe to get the nod for the Cyclones.
    Ohio State will be counting on senior T.J. Enright to stay healthy and end his career on a positive note. A strong regular season and a good showing at the Big Ten Tournament would enable him to earn a seed in his third NCAA Tournament. As the favorite or an underdog, Enright wrestles up to the level competition and has the ability to score points and leave an All American. Based on previous experience and success, Reece Humphrey would have similar expectations if he becomes the Buckeye starter.


    2007 NCAA Tournament Place Winners (2008 Class Rank)
    First: Matt Vallenti (Penn) Graduated; NCAA 2007 first, 2006 first, 2005 fifth
    Second: Coleman Scott (Oklahoma State, senior) NCAA: 2007 second; 2006 fifth; 2005 eighth
    Third: N. Simmons (Michigan St.) Graduated; NCAA: 2007 third; 2006 & 2005 fourth, 2003 seventh
    Fourth: Matt Keller (UTC) Graduated; 2007 fourth, 2006 eighth
    Fifth: Darrell Vasquez (Cal-Poly; senior) Graduated; NCAA: 2007 fifth; 2004 sixth
    Sixth: Tyler McCormick (Missouri; senior) NCAA: 2007 sixth; 2006 seventh
    Seventh: Jake Strayer (Penn State; junior)
    Eighth: Andrae Hernandez (Indiana; junior)
    DNP: Mack Reiter (Minnesota; senior) NCAA: 2006 fourth; 2005 fourth

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