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    Not sure what to think about this. I don't like effing with the tournament. I think it might loose it's luster. We already have a system for determining a team champion. Why do we have to change it? I'm in favor of having a national dual tournament and I would like it to be recognized by the NCAA but not at the cost of the "real" tournament.
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    Hold on to your brains but I just agreed with herkey on everything he said. Print it. frame it.

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    I completely agree with what Herkey said. I suppose they could take both results and somehow add them together to crown a champ but to put it all on the duals is a bit extreme IMO.

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    Well, as usual you are all wrong. This move will revitalize wrestling and detract little from the individual championships. In fact there have always been wrestlers who put the teams goals below their own individual chances.
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    Why not crown a dual meet national champion and a tournament national champion. As we all know the best tournament team is not always the best dual meet team and vice versa.
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    It will be next to impossible to keep guys healthy for another peak. Peak at Nat duals, conf and NCAA's. Too much. There will be mangled teams imo by the end.
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    As Willie noted, this will almost certainly make for less aggressive wrestling at the individual NC's. With a team title on the line, wrestlers push for bonus points in a way that they won't be rewarded for now. It can't help but weaken the March tourney.

    This would make it more complicated, but keep the interest team-wise for both--1) have a team dual champion; 2) a team champion for individual tourney; 3) the overall team champion combining the results of the two. The final one (#3) would be the true champion, but each tourney's results would figure into that placing. I know it would never fly--but I like it better than giving the title simply to the national duals winner. If the new proposal is approved, the traditional tournament will lose some significant luster.

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    They said that this is a money thing for ESPN. Everything boils down to money these days. What I wonder is will ESPN sell advertising minutes cheaper during heavyweight matches? There is absolutely no reason to watch those guys unless there are team points on the line.

    As a side note, does anyone else find it highly hippocritical for the NCAA to make a move like this that could change the entire way a sport is competed, based soley on money? Yet if a dead broke athlete signs a few autographs to make enough money to take his girl to a movie, they suspend him or pose sanctions on the college.

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