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    Oklahoma is looking pretty nice. Very impressive turnaround. Makes you wonder where they'd be if Fio had hung around. I think this is the Sammie Henson difference, he was made for this.
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    If they hadn't forgotten to turn on the riding time clock when Lapotsky got that last reversal, riding time would have been 4:50, based on the numbers given by Oklahoma's live scoring. That being said, Gelogaev should have been DQed from that match for what was basically a long nap occasionally interrupted by the clock buzzing at the end of the period...

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    That was only the 2nd time this year that Lapotsky didn't win by FALL. He has been hot. It will be interesting to see what he does against Brester.

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    So just got back from Norman after watching the match.

    125 Patterson looked good after knocking off notte who also looked smooth. This is Patterson's first match other than open tourney's. Patterson also beat BJ Futrell earlier this year in an open tourney.

    133 Oliver looked simply amazing for the first 2 minutes, but got winded quickly and coasted through the rest of the match. He didn't look like he was in good shape at all.

    141 Parks takes Bailey down twice and looked good as he was non-stop for the entire match.

    149 Terry beats Fuentes by 3, but Fuentes wrestled solid.

    157 Shane Vernon is still starting over the other Terry. Boring match.. until the takedown at the end. Erisman is still looking to get over that hump to be an aa.

    165 Meade looked good as he scored a couple of takedowns against true frosh Caldwell.

    174 James absolutely thrashed McNeil. James looked solid on his feet and on the mat.

    184 Foster looked great against Schmidtke. Foster domintaed the entire match and looked to be in great shape.

    197 Lapotsky beat Gregoraev 10-4. The riding time clock wasn't started in the third period, but looked to be at least 4:45 in Lapotsky's advantage. Lapotsky almost pinned him at the end. Gregoraev laid on the mat for most of the match and looked to be in terrible shape.

    285 Low scoring match this time around for these two, but Rosholt is victorious in the end after winning with 11 seconds of riding time after the final sudden death. Long match!!

    Great dual, but we'll see how both teams perform this weekend as osu takes on minnesota and ou goes to Vegas.

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    Does anyone else find the 125 result intriguing ? Forrestson -sp- had gotten trashed the last couple of matches and i know nothing about Patterson but Notte had been steadily climbing in the rankings (as high as #7),.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Indeed...

    He ends up with a 17-5 win over Schmidke to tie the dual up again this time 7-7

    Lapotsky leads Gelogaev 5-2 at the end of the first period.
    There's more than a little bit of bad blood between Foster and Schmidke. Schmidke handed Foster his only loss his senior year and it was during the finals of Tri-State--one of the toughest and most prestigious tournaments in the Northwest. You have to be invited and they won't even think about taking you if you aren't at least a state qualifier, most are returning state placers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Lapotsky dominates Gelogaev 10-4. SHP said riding time was nearing the 5:00 mark. 10-7 Sooners.

    I think this settles any questions for now on how Gelogaev would do against Varner.

    I'm still excited to see Gelogaev wrestle over the course of the year, but Varner would ride him ALL day.
    Varner is good. Do you think Gelagaev would beat him in a freestyle match?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    Varner is good. Do you think Gelagaev would beat him in a freestyle match?
    Judging from what I saw? No. He wasn't all that from neutral as he was made out to be. he got taken down by Lapotsky, and while Lapotsky is tough, he's not exactly a dynamo with his leg attacks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    Varner is good. Do you think Gelagaev would beat him in a freestyle match?
    I recall Varner doing fairly well in last year's world FS championship.
    What are Gelagaev FS accomplishments?

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