I like Brown to beat Kokesh also.
I'll just say that I was hearing a lot of doubts about Kokesh before Midlands, but he sure looked good at Midlands to me.
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#2 Storley (Minnesota) Dec Kokesh 3-1SV
Kokesh Dec #12 Zannetti (Rutgers) 6-2
Kokesh Maj #9 Munster (Northwestern) 10-2
Kokesh Dec #13 Brown (Lehigh) 8-4
Kokesh Dec #10 Yates (Michigan) 8-3
Kokesh Maj #9 Munster (Northwestern) 11-3
Kokesh Dec #8 Blanton (Illinois) 8-3
Brown's record does not stand up to what Kokesh has done. Nagel, Sueflohn, Green, and Kokesh are all favorites and Spencer Johnson may surprise Gingrich. I look for Wilson to start as Koehn looked very bad against Polz and 165 may be out of reach for him.
We have met the enemy and they is us.
I will say Kokesh has surprised me already some this season, so maybe Im just going to be late to the party with him.
I'm not saying Kokesh is terrible, I just think stylistically it's tough for him. A guy like Storley is a relatively "easier" match up from a style standpoint, even if Storley might be the better overall wrestler than Brown and Evans.
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One, two, Evans is coming for you...