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    Default Big weekend ahead for EMU

    Eastern Michigan has a huge pair of duals ahead of them this weekend. The Eagles are 4-0 after sweeping the Campbellsville Duals, and handling the Ohio Bobcats 31-6. They travel to Edinboro on Friday and host Northwestern on Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrawlik View Post
    Eastern Michigan has a huge pair of duals ahead of them this weekend. The Eagles are 4-0 after sweeping the Campbellsville Duals, and handling the Ohio Bobcats 31-6. They travel to Edinboro on Friday and host Northwestern on Sunday.
    Northwestern probably wont put out a strong lineup but i still think NU wins big.

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    Default Re: Big weekend ahead for EMU

    I agree that EMU's chances against both opponents aren't great, but I'm hoping they pull off a few upsets. I truly think Coach DelPorto has the team headed in the right direction. And the only way to get better is to up your level of competition. EMU wrestles Edinboro, Northwestern, Michigan, Central Michigan and Lehigh this year and hopefully these tough match-ups will help EMU improve.

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    My favorite ground & pounder Sean Clair will face Ricky Deubel … again.
    It seems like these two have wrestled each other every other weekend for the past two years.

    Clair should also see Metzler for NW, they each have beaten each other once already this year in opens.

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    I found this interesting...scroll down.

    from wrestlingreport:

    133:
    1) Coleman Scott-Oklahoma State-Sr
    2) Lou Ruggirello-Hofstra-So
    3) Tyler McCormick-Missouri-Sr
    4) Franklin Gomez-Michigan State-So
    5) Andrae Hernandez-Indiana-Jr
    6) Joe Slaton-Iowa-So
    7) Nick Fanthorpe-Iowa State-So
    8) Mack Reiter-Minnesota-Sr
    9) Ken Jordan-Nebraska-So
    10) Jimmy Kennedy-Illinois-So
    11) Dan Mitcheff-Kent State-So
    12) Pat Castillo-Northern Illinois-Sr
    13) Reece Humphrey-Ohio State-So
    14) Filip Novachkov-Cal-Poly-Fr
    15) Eric Albright-Virginia-Jr
    16) Mike Grey-Cornell-Fr
    17) T.J. Dillashaw-Cal-Fullerton-Jr
    18) Jeff Hedges-NC-Greensboro-Sr
    19) Zach Tanelli-Wisconsin-Jr
    20) Conor Beebe-Central Michigan-So
    21) David Marble-Bucknell-So
    22) Joe Baker-Navy-Jr
    23) Trent Washington-Northern Iowa-Fr
    24) Steve Bell-Maryland-Fr
    25) Ricky Deubel-Edinboro-Jr
    26) Eric Metzler-Northwestern-So
    27) Sean Clair-Eastern Michigan-So

    28) Kyle Hutter-Old Dominion-So
    29) Steve Hromada-Chattanooga-Sr
    30) Chris Diehl-Michigan-So

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrawlik View Post
    I agree that EMU's chances against both opponents aren't great, but I'm hoping they pull off a few upsets. I truly think Coach DelPorto has the team headed in the right direction. And the only way to get better is to up your level of competition. EMU wrestles Edinboro, Northwestern, Michigan, Central Michigan and Lehigh this year and hopefully these tough match-ups will help EMU improve.
    CMU is the class of that group. They are tough as hell.
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