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    Default #4 Sakaguchi dec #2 Chamberlain, #15 OSU over #18 BSU

    No. 15 Beaver Wrestlers Defeat No. 18 Boise State in Thrilling Fashion, 21-16

    Scott Sakaguchi also ranked No. 4 edged Boise’s Jason Chamberlain 3-2 in the 149 lb. match

    MEET RESULTS
    184: No. 11 Jake Swartz (BSU) maj. dec. No. 19 Ty Vinson, 19-6
    197: No. 11 Taylor Meeks (OSU) dec. Cody Dixon, 8-3
    285: No. 6 Chad Hanke (OSU) dec. J.T. Felix, 10-4
    125: Rami Haddadin (BSU) dec. Joey Palmer, 11-9
    133: No. 15 Brian Owen (BSU) dec. Drew Van Anrooy, 5-3
    141: No. 6 Mike Mangrum fall Travis Himmleman, 6:34
    149: No. 4 Scott Sakaguchi dec. No. 2 Jason Chamberlain, 3-2
    157: George Ivanov dec. No. 9 RJ Pena, 10-5
    165: Holden Packard dec. Alex Elder, 7-6
    174: Austin Morehead fall Scott Bacon, 2:30

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    Default Re: #4 Sakaguchi dec #2 Chamberlain, #15 OSU over #18 BSU

    Sak had Chamberlain beaten 2 years ago and the ref took points off the scoreboard and he lost in SV. I hope he beats Chamberlain about 5 more x this year.
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    Default Re: #4 Sakaguchi dec #2 Chamberlain, #15 OSU over #18 BSU

    I thought Ivanovo beating Pena was of note as well.
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    Default Re: #4 Sakaguchi dec #2 Chamberlain, #15 OSU over #18 BSU

    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    I thought Ivanovo beating Pena was of note as well.
    Heck, Ivanovo beat RJ Pena three times last year!

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    Pena is someone who is regarded as a much better wrestler than he actually is because of his pinning ability.
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    Default Re: #4 Sakaguchi dec #2 Chamberlain, #15 OSU over #18 BSU

    where in the world is chriswell? did he go on another mission trip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Pena is someone who is regarded as a much better wrestler than he actually is because of his pinning ability.
    I'd argue as well that with Oregon State's generally large schedule every year he gets overrated by people (and I include myself in this at times) due to Fantasy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    I thought Ivanovo beating Pena was of note as well.
    For some reason Ivanov has had Pena's number. I predict that Pena out places him this year though.

    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Pena is someone who is regarded as a much better wrestler than he actually is because of his pinning ability.
    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I'd argue as well that with Oregon State's generally large schedule every year he gets overrated by people (and I include myself in this at times) due to Fantasy.
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    Default Re: #4 Sakaguchi dec #2 Chamberlain, #15 OSU over #18 BSU

    Pena lives and dies by the big move it seems.

    Those they are close in rankings, I'm VERY surprised that Chamberlain lost to Sakaguchi. Guess he hasn't separated himself from the non-JO pack like I thought he would after his successful Olympic RS.

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