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  2. ...in the history of NCAA wrestling to get 10 AAs and still loses to PSU with 5 finalists, is there something wrong with our traditional tournament scoring?
  3. I was fortunate enough to attend one of Mr. DF's Passive-Aggressive Camps back in the late 90's. It was an awesome and life-changing experience. Each participant received a poster of Jadidi personally signed by the great Iranian himself. I had mine professionally framed and it now hangs proudly above the fireplace in the living room. (Wife hates it - which is another plus!)
  4. Prior to that "until now" Unless you believe there were other occurances prior to "until now"
  5. Lee is average at best and probably a below average wrestler in the third period. FLO put together these stats last year. Not sure how much they have changed since then. But note: there is a significant drop off in his own scoring in the 2nd and 3rd periods and an increase (or near stability) in his opponents scoring in those periods relative to the first. No doubt, the high numbers in the first period can be attributed to a great degree to his ability to tech fall many opponents then, but the fact remains, if you get to the 2nd and especially 3rd period, you can close the gap on him and even conceivably win. Lee 1st 2nd 3rd Opp 1st 2nd 3rd 2017-18 156 43 15 6 4 14 2018-19 131 9 2 5 9 5 Total 287 52 17 11 13 19 Average 7.972 2.364 1.308 0.306 0.591 1.462
  6. 1965, ISU had nine AAs that went 1-1-3-3-3-3-3-4-5 and won 87-86 over Oklahoma State, greatest comeback ever. 190 lbr. scored one adv point, but no place. As for JRob's camps, they had mostly macho appeal. The motto of the camp is " I Survived JRob's Intensive Camp!" I'd like to know how many kids went back again... or was once enough.
  7. I always thought it would have benefited me to go to wrestling camp but my folks couldn't afford to send me. Think it would've been good to meet other good wrestlers, kick their butts, lol.
  8. "i would agree with most of those times he was in the wrong , yes"
  9. Those 40 qualifiers were also under the old NCAA qualifier formula. Thankfully, that formula was last used in the 2007-2008 season.
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  11. ASU vs Lehigh live Stream starts in 5 minutes. https://watchstadium.com/live/arizona-state-at-lehigh/
  12. How’d that work out for chandler Rodgers...
  13. To get back on topic: Iowa had 9 guys place top 5, 3 different seasons, but never had 10 AA's. Iowa had 9 AA's a total of 6 times. Other times not listed '81,'91 and '95. 1.) Minnesota(2001) had 10 AA's but had an 8th,8th and a 6th to disqualify them. 2.) Iowa(1983) had 9 AA's place top 5, taking 1,1,1,2,4,5,3,5,1. The only guy to not AA was Rico Chiapparelli at 167. He won his 1st 2 matches to make the Quarters and then lost 2 in a row to drop in the R12. 3.) Iowa(1985) had 9 AA's place top 5 again, taking 1,5,4,2,2,2,5,1,5. The only guy to not AA was Steve Wilber(HWT). He lost 1st round. 4.) Iowa(1992) had 9 AA's place top 5 again, taking 1,1,3,5,5,3,5,1,2. The only guy to not AA was Mark Reilland(167) He would do the same as Rico and lose in the quarters and R12.
  14. This probably isnt the right place to ask this, but does anyone know if there has ever been a team with 10 guys placing in the top 4 or 5 at NCAA's?
  15. Picks from the Chinese Zodiac! 125: Bad tiding for Picc! Tiger eats rat! Lee by fall 133: DeSanto (Tiger) - Witcraft (Snake) - Cats hate snakes! The snake could bite the cat but still die before his poison takes effect! DeSanto by major! 141: Welp, big upset here. Pig eats bunny. Sorry Hawkeyes, Hone by fall. 149: Oxen, clearly, beats Rat. Lugo by fall 157: Welp, two oxen here. Toss a coin. 165: Jeez. Tiger eats Rabbit. Marijuana by fall. Maybe Wittlake's throw goes bad 174: Two rats. Should be close and nasty! 184: Hmmm. Snake vs Tiger. Gotta go with Tiger. Montalvo wins. 197: Uh oh. Rabbit vs Ox. Geer, big. HWT: Jeez, two rabbits here. Coin flip. So per the Chinese Zodiac it won't be a shutout and there will be an upset or two.
  16. Joe Smith is at 174...Wittlake is at 165
  17. https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/fre/rule_404 note: you can't read. I didn't say all. I said most.
  18. Gotcha, good to know Desanto was in the wrong all previous times, just not this time.
  19. Right, and Yianni. But doing it at 125 seems more common than at higher weights.
  20. This is kind of the Elam ending that worked so wall at the NBA All Star game
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