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    Default Logan Stieber wins Jr. Hodge Trophy

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    Logan finished his career 184-1 losing only to David Taylor.

    He won 179 of his matches with bonus points. 134 by pin.


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    Default Re: Logan Stieber wins Jr. Hodge Trophy

    Definitely a very deserving person of this award.:brutus:
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    Can't really see it going to anyone else.

    It should be very interesting to see how Stieber stacks up next year if he doesn't redshirt just within his own conference.

    He'll have (possibly) the returning national champion in McDonough, Precin coming out of redshirt, Sanders, Quiroga (possibly), and Pataky to contend with just there.

    If he's able to navigate that field with some degree of success (and I think he will) then that should definitely set him up for a big NCAA tournament.

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    Hopefully, he will redshirt next year...125s is BRUTAL in the big ten alone.
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    If he wrestles and McDonough and Long stay down, that could be an incredibly tough weight.


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    Yeah. There'd be 5 or 6 returning AAs?
    "Wanting to win, that is common to all. But working to win, the drive to go the extra mile, to push yourself while no one's looking..that is the mark of a true champion."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
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    Logan finished his career 184-1 losing only to David Taylor.

    He won 179 of his matches with bonus points. 134 by pin.
    That is an unbelievable resume. It's going to be exciting to see what all of these young guys (Steiber, Taylor, the Altons, Villalonga, etc..) can do over the next few years. It's good to see such a huge influx of talent.

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    This is a "homer comment", but I always hear about Pennsylvania High School wrestling. They may have the depth, but Ohio is putting out the best individuals in my opinion.

    I've watched Logan at the last four state tourney's and he is fantastic, but he still isn't a David Taylor. Then again, I don't think anyone is, so I may just be partial to Taylor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quinn14 View Post
    This is a "homer comment", but I always hear about Pennsylvania High School wrestling. They may have the depth, but Ohio is putting out the best individuals in my opinion.

    I've watched Logan at the last four state tourney's and he is fantastic, but he still isn't a David Taylor. Then again, I don't think anyone is, so I may just be partial to Taylor.
    You could be right, only time will tell.

    Taylor and Steiber (and Philips next year) vs the Altons, Peppelman, Dziewa, and a few others. You also have to include Quincy Wright, who has been tearing it up lately. PA also has a few lightweights that are running roughshod - Gulibon and Megaludis.

    I agree that Taylor and Steiber could be two of the better individuals though.

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