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    I think that if Taylor does make it to Burroughs, he wins at least one match. Burroughs should win and I expect him to, but I wouldn't put anything past Taylor. But I have heard Taylor talk about the Olympics before and he always mentions the year 2016 so I don't even know if he expects to make the team this year.

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    DT over both Dake & AH if they meet. The one I am interested in seeing is DT vs Paulson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    DT over both Dake & AH if they meet. The one I am interested in seeing is DT vs Paulson.
    What about Dake vs Howe? Both like to wrestle a dominating physical style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    The one I am interested in seeing is DT vs Paulson.
    Why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snackem View Post
    What about Dake vs Howe? Both like to wrestle a dominating physical style.
    Tough choice for me, not sure either gets a td in folkstyle. In free id favor Howe.
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    Its already happened in freestyle and Howe won, don't see it changing even in folk.
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    Have been busy lately and haven't posted much. Interesting thread. I think DT takes Dake and Howe in both folkstyle and freestyle, but am a bit more worried about Howe in freestyle. As much as I like DT, don't think he can take Burroughs yet in freestyle. DT's legs are open at times, and he can't roll on the mat to escape TD's like he does in folkstyle. JB's doubles are tough for anybody to stop! A couple of years from now when DT has done more freestyle--I'm not so sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Its already happened in freestyle and Howe won, don't see it changing even in folk.
    Yeah, a close match, giving dake some credit for packing more muscle on.
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    2009-10 Results:
    1. Andrew Howe Maj Derek Gallagher (Old Dominion) 16-5 1-0
    2. Andrew Howe Fall Alex Ward (Nebraska) 6:24 2-0
    3. Andrew Howe Maj Ryan Smith (Oregon State) 16-6 3-0
    4. Andrew Howe Maj Michael Cuthbertson (Boise State) 14-5 4-0
    5. Andrew Howe Fall Blake Reed (SIU-Edwardsville) 1:30 5-0
    6. Andrew Howe Maj James Nakashima (Nebraska) 14-4 6-0
    7. Andrew Howe Dec Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma) 6-1 7-0
    8. Andrew Howe Dec Paul Young (Indiana) 3-2 8-0
    9. Andrew Howe Dec Colt Sponseller (Ohio State) 6-3 9-0
    10. Andrew Howe Tech David Bonin (Northern Iowa) 22-7 10-0
    11. Andrew Howe Maj Robert Kellogg (Northwestern) 18-7 11-0
    12. Andrew Howe Maj Dan Stelter (Illinois) 16-5 12-0
    13. Andrew Howe Dec Tyler Grayson (Central Michigan) 6-2 13-0
    14. Andrew Howe Dec Nick Marable (Missouri) 6-6RTTB 14-0
    15. Andrew Howe Dec Jon Reader (Iowa State) 3-1SV 15-0
    16. Andrew Howe Maj Justin Kerber (Cornell) 12-4 16-0
    17. Andrew Howe Maj Kyle DeBerry (Arizona State) 16-5 17-0
    18. Andrew Howe Dec Tyler Grayson (Central Michigan) 6-2 18-0
    19. Andrew Howe Dec Michael Cuthbertson (Boise State) 10-8 19-0
    20. Andrew Howe Dec Josh Asper (Maryland) 6-2 20-0
    21. Andrew Howe Dec Paul Young (Indiana) 6-4 21-0
    22. Andrew Howe Maj Cody Yohn (Minnesota) 15-5 22-0
    23. Andrew Howe Dec Dan Vallimont (Penn State) 7-2 23-0
    24. Andrew Howe Maj Jason Martin (Purdue) 12-3 24-0
    25. Andrew Howe Maj Conrad Polz (Illinois) 14-6 25-0
    26. Andrew Howe Maj Aaron Hynes (Michigan) 17-7 26-0
    27. Andrew Howe Maj Robert Kellogg (Northwestern) 17-5 27-0
    28. Andrew Howe Dec Ryan Morningstar (Iowa) 2-1 28-0
    29. Andrew Howe Fall Robert Kellogg (Northwestern) 2:49 29-0
    30. Andrew Howe Maj Conrad Polz (Illinois) 12-4 30-0
    31. Andrew Howe Dec Dan Vallimont (Penn State) 3-1 31-0
    32. Andrew Howe Dec Colt Sponseller (Ohio State) 4-2 32-0
    33. Andrew Howe Fall Chad Porter (Liberty) 2:03 33-0
    34. Andrew Howe Maj Justin Kerber (Cornell) 15-3 34-0
    35. Andrew Howe Dec Andy Rendos (Bucknell) 7-2 35-0
    36. Andrew Howe Dec Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma) 4-1 36-0
    37. Andrew Howe Dec Dan Vallimont (Penn State) 9-3 37-0
    As you can see AH opened up his offense his championship year going 37-0 and putting up a ton of bonus . He kept that up until injured against Polz the following year .His matches against Burroughs in free have been a 3 period loss and a 3-2 ,1-0 (push out)-SHP has hinted that Howe will be at a big 4 school next year instead of B1G-I assume OSU, so he won't see DT unless in tournaments and nationals .
    On a side note I'm VERY interested to see how Schlattner comes back at 163.

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