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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    How many times did CP beat Chandler head-to-head? Like 4?
    How many times did each guy AA in their senior year in the toughest weight class in the nation? Game over. Boo Yah.
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    Ohhhh....2007 157. I get it now. Mike Chandler > CP Schlatter.
    Hahaha thanks for a good laugh today...


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    Hahaha thanks for a good laugh today...
    Schlatter's NCAA finishes:

    R12, 2-2, 6th place, 1-2

    Chandler's NCAA finishes:

    1-2, R12, R12, 5th place

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    Schlatter was a strong title contender every year--except maybe his freshman year. He was also very injured at tourney time his senior year. He had a great chance at winning just about every match he wrestled, he just didn't always get it done. Chandler was never really a title contender.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    Schlatter was a strong title contender every year--except maybe his freshman year. He was also very injured at tourney time his senior year. He had a great chance at winning just about every match he wrestled, he just didn't always get it done. Chandler was never really a title contender.
    The....well, the results say otherwise. CP can have been considered whatever you want, but the on the mat results favor Mr. chandler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    The....well, the results say otherwise. CP can have been considered whatever you want, but the on the mat results favor Mr. chandler.
    Pretty sure their career series is like 4-0 in Schlatters favor. How many National finalists has Chandler ever beaten? CP beat at least 5

    He obviously didnt have the career that minny fans were hoping but he was a tremendous talent all throughout college. Comparing him to Chandler, a dude who walked onto the mizzou team, is just silly.

    Chandlers career is about ten times as impressive considering where he came from, but he wasnt half as talented.
    Gold is an idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Pretty sure their career series is like 4-0 in Schlatters favor. How many National finalists has Chandler ever beaten? CP beat at least 5

    He obviously didnt have the career that minny fans were hoping but he was a tremendous talent all throughout college. Comparing him to Chandler, a dude who walked onto the mizzou team, is just silly.

    Chandlers career is about ten times as impressive considering where he came from, but he wasnt half as talented.
    They're both wrestlers who wrestled at the same weight in approximately the same time frame, they have the same number of AA finishes....but it's silly to compare the two guys? Yeesh but that sounds arrogant.

    Judging talent is an ambiguous and arbitrary affair. What's really the measure of talent? How do you TRULY do that? To me, the best barometer is what happens on the mat (or the field, depending on the sport, etc.). In that measure, Chandler > Schlatter.

    To me, physical talent (speed, strength, etc.) isn't necessarily the same thing as wrestling talent. HOw are you arbitrarily measuring talent? Are you awarding "talent points"? How do they stack up, talent-wise?
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    Hahaha it's funny how much you're reaching on this... AND how you choose to ignore their head-to-head record. AND the fact that Schlatter had a MUCH larger collection of impressive wins. AND their career records. You use a slightly better collection of NCAA performances and say it outweights all of the other "on the mat" information. I'm not going to merit any more of your shallow arguments with a response.

    Someone should make a poll: "Who was better: CP Schlatter or Mike Chandler?"


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    Coulda woulda shoulda but CP is a high All American as a true freshman if he'd have wrestled. Had the same fire as Dustin, would've been fun to see.

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