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    No. 13 Pitt 38, Cleveland State 6
    125: Ben Willeford (C) dec. Godwin Nyama (P), 8-5; CSU leads, 3-0
    133: No. 11 Shelton Mack (P) maj. dec. Mike Marlone (C), 12-4; Pitt leads, 4-3
    141: Nick Flannery (C) dec. Corey Bush (P), 6-1; CSU leads, 6-4
    149: Ronnie Garbinsky (P) maj. dec. Mike Mencini (C), 13-5; Pitt leads, 8-6
    157: Troy Reaghard (P) dec. Matt Donohoe (C), 10-3; Pitt leads, 11-6
    165: No. 10 Tyler Wilps (P) maj. dec. Corey Carlo (C), 14-4; Pitt leads, 15-6
    174: Nick Bonaccorsi (P) pins Xavier Dye (C), 4:06; Pitt leads, 21-6
    184: P.J. Tasser (P) pins Bobby Blankenship (C), 3:12; Pitt leads, 27-6
    197: No. 2 Matt Wilps (P) tech falls Nick Anthony (C), 16-0 (4:35); Pitt leads, 32-6
    285: No. 7 Zac Thomusseit (P) pins Riley Shaw (C), 2:35; Pitt wins, 38-6
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    It's been quite a while, but I can remember when CSU had some decent teams.

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    They can certainly use a shot in the arm, they definitely had some tough hombres back in the day. Loved those Mansueto brothers, hard nosed as you get. Didn't they have a bunch of Hurleys too?

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    The CSU brothers I remember were the Foldseys--lightweights. They were quite good.

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