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  1. Gilman Yianni Dake Cox (I'm razor thin on this one with Taylor) Snyder Gwiz Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  2. But they didn't wrestle last-year. Conel is not going to be ranked 3rd in 2019-2020 for one good tournament in 2017-2018. He's closer in accomplishments to Sa'Darian Perry than he is to Kemerer. The entire body of Conel's accomplishments that you want to rank him on are at that one (admittedly important) tournament. A quick glance at his record from that year seems to show that prior to that NCAA tournament, his only win over an eventual AA that year was over 7th place Shakur Rasheed.
  3. He lost twice to Aaron Naples. Both of his best wins are during the best tournament of his life. Is it possible that he suddenly jumped levels between MACs and NCAAs? I guess. But more likely he just got hot. The obvious variable is he's in the Penn State room, but it's entirely possible that one of their freshmen is the better wrestler. Also, neither of them has wrestled in a year, and wasn't Conel's injury back or neck related? There's just no way to reasonably argue that Conel should be ranked higher in his weight class than Kemerer based on the composition of both weights. Not really, no. I'm worried about the injury, but I just think he's straight better than everyone besides Hall and Amine. I'd pick him over Labriola if healthy. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  4. Kemerer is a much more consistent performer than Conel. Conel has one thunderous tournament. His last full season, he had the following losses: Corey Griego, Christian Brunner (by major), Joe Ariola, Jackson Striggow, Scottie Boykin (by tech), Jacob Holschlag, Aaron Naples (twice!), Preston Weigel (by tech), Ben Darmstadt, and Mike Machiavell (by fall). SOme good losses in there, but also some blowouts, and also some losses to some really middling D1 wrestlers. That doesn't include any medical losses. Kemerer lost to Micah Jordan (by fall, though injury relate, the match actually terminated) and Jason Nolf. He has one MFFT and one INJ DEF. They're not even close to the same thing.
  5. I can't quote every post. Also that's an opinion that could very well happen to almost anybody in the world under the current repechage system. I don't think Zain is likely to go 0-1, ut what if he gets like Russian in round 1? I'll say it this way, 0-1 is not representative of where I think Zain is in the world pecking order.
  6. My initial thought was 2 red, and I believe after rewatching it was pretty clearly the right call. Yianni's action was stopped. Zain started trying to roll him. Yianni tried to kind of initiate his own roll, but Zain had already started his own move.
  7. What does that have to do with my post at all about Penn State fans just making things up to denigrate Yianni?
  8. Unbearable, I tell ya. "Yianni had nothing for Zain". It was 2-1, and Penn State fans are crowing like Zain teched him. They can't just enjoy the well-earned win, they literally have to fabricate attacks against the opponent's ability.
  9. Man, almost forgot the start time. Fun match, good luck to Zain! LOL at anybody claiming one side has figured the other out. They're, as of now, what, 2-2 against each other?
  10. No offense, but you seem like you bet Don't Pass. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  11. Anything is possible, I just don't think it's likely. And while he isn't wrestling this year, by all accounts it is a Snyder schedule. Even if it isn't, NOW is the time to rest after the NCAA season. Why would there be some mandate for this year and not next, likely Gilman's last real shot at an Olympic team. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. Yes, clearly. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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