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  1. That Covid virus is wet-your-pants kind of scary.
  2. https://www.sarahsundin.com/today-in-world-war-ii-history-november-13-1944/#:~:text=75 Years Ago—November 13,Harvey premieres on Broadway.
  3. You're right. I did a name search in the 1995 Big Ten Tournament, thinking that if it wasn't found he didn't wrestle. Forgot that only Big Ten place winners are shown on wrestlingstats.
  4. Bobulinski never wrestled in the Big Ten Tournament. Not too many captains out there that never wrestled in the conference tournament, I would guess.
  5. I was just hoping that someone- esp Penn State fans- could comment on his actual wrestling career. Thanks to those who posted stats. He didn't do much in high school, and then he walked on at PSU and became a captain. Sounds like he was well respected in the room. Injuries were mentioned in the one article, but there wasn't any elaboration.
  6. He was a competitive wrestler, and it looks like he was improving. The article I posted mentioned injuries as being a factor.
  7. He beat Joe Burke and lost to Troy Sunderland 6-2 in the finals of a Penn State Open, back in the day. I was just wondering who would have been ahead of him at 158, and if he did anything else beyond that tournament. You never know about injuries. I remember the name...just nothing about results. I did find this: http://www.wrestlingstats.com/pennstate/view_wrestlers.php?wrestler=532
  8. I couldn't find any results about him wrestling in Big Tens and Nationals. https://www.collegian.psu.edu/archives/article_4354171d-af9f-51fe-bfc3-1632b7e25d3b.html
  9. https://dailyiowan.com/2020/09/16/assistant-iowa-wrestling-coach-ryan-morningstar-i-feel-great-after-suffering-stroke-in-august/
  10. My prayers to him. Hoping for a full recovery. The Gazette reported that he's back in the room. That has to be encouraging news. Here's something from the Daily Iowan: https://dailyiowan.com/2020/09/16/assistant-iowa-wrestling-coach-ryan-morningstar-i-feel-great-after-suffering-stroke-in-august/
  11. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navid_Afkari
  12. Portland State University still has fully endowed men's and women's rioting teams.
  13. Even Daniel Day-Lewis thought that Mike Evans starred in the movie.
  14. Robin Reed could have pinned everyone on the list.
  15. Here's a line from Tolstoy's War and Peace: "Самые сильные из всех воинов - это два - Время и Терпение." “The strongest of all warriors are these two — Time and Patience.” ...
  16. Army reservists were referred to as "weekend warriors." Wonder what the wrestling equivalent might be?
  17. I remember when he beat Luke Becker 10-3 in a dual that senior year at 157. The loudest I've ever heard it at St. John Arena. (High respect for Becker, by the way.) Knee badly damaged in Big Tens. Made it to semis at Nationals and finished 6th.
  18. Keaton Anderson is another good example. 149 to 157.
  19. 1987 Bill Kelly pinned Brad Penrith in the NCAA finals to stop Iowa's team titles at 9 straight.
  20. Downey tweeted that he would “pay to watch” women’s stars like Helen Maroulis, Alli Ragan, Adeline Gray, Erica Wiebe and Victoria Anthony, but also wrote “the average fan ain’t paying for women’s wrestling.” Downey also referred to women’s freestyle and Greco as “boring a**” The posts sparked a volley of tweets between female freestylers Downey and Hildebrandt and Winchester. If you don't like his tweets, don't read his tweets.
  21. Don't tell me...tell him, champ.
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