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  1. Sounds as if tomorrow is going to be VERY interesting (to say the least). I have no idea what this means but my GUESS would be Stanford would continue with Arroyo at 141 and IF Real Woods is IN FACT competing tomorrow he would be at 149 lbs, Jaden Abas moves up to 157 lbs and Requir van der Merwe is OUT (injury perhaps - he had lots of injury problems last season).
  2. https://admin.gostanford.com/documents/2021/2/25/Pac_12_brackets_updated.pdf
  3. My picks: 125 - Courtney - Arizona State 133 - McGee - Arizona State 141 - Willits - Oregon State 149 - Lamer - Cal Poly 157 - Teemer - Arizona State 165 - Griffith - Stanford 174 - Truax - Cal Poly 184 - Belshay - Arizona State 197 - Norfleet - Arizona State 285 - Schultz - Arizona State
  4. An updated seeding list for each weight class will be available on Friday.
  5. He is wrestling. As I wrote earlier he is at 165 lbs this season. He was the champion in 2020 at 174 lbs. It's interesting - to me at least - that Valencia moved DOWN a weight class and CSUB's Loomer moved UP a weight class. Loomer BTW went 2-0 yesterday in selected matches between Cal Poly and CSUB - at 197 lbs. Apparently the only underclassmen PAC 12 wrestling champion from 2020 who won't be competing is Stanford's Real Woods.
  6. To each their own. I pointed out the Cal Poly video stream links because they show video stream links for BOTH mats, i.e., Mat 1 and Mat 2 for both the first and second round. In the past the finals have been televised on the PAC 12 channel for the area where the event takes place (this year Oregon). I'm hoping that will continue again this year. But as of right now there is no info on what will be on the six PAC 12 channels for next Sunday - probably won't be until Sunday a.m.
  7. Seeding - in the past - takes place at the coaches meeting the afternoon or night before, i.e., on Saturday the 27th. They will likely release the seeds late Saturday.
  8. Thanks Tommy. IF that is correct and the info on the Oregon and Arizona State websites is incorrect then that would mean the 2021 PAC 12 wrestling tournament won't begin until 12:30 p.m Mtn Time (my time zone). I found video stream links for the first, second and final rounds on the most recent article on the Cal Poly wrestling website: https://gopoly.com/news/2021/2/24/wrestling-cal-poly-to-compete-in-pac-12-finals-on-sunday-at-oregon-state.aspx So if you are looking for a way to watch the 2021 PAC 12 wrestling tournament that MAY be your best way of doing so. I thought it would be on one of the six PAC 12 streaming TV channels (likely the Oregon channel).
  9. Stanford, Cal Poly, Little Rock and CS Bakersfield are all listing the start time for the PAC 12 tournament as "11:30 a.m. PT - Yet the host school (Oregon State) is listing a start time of 10 a.m. PT and so is Arizona State.
  10. According to this new article on the CS Bakersfield wrestling website (posted in the last 24 hrs) Joshua Loomer WILL be competing for the first time this season at the PAC 12 tournament on Sunday in Corvallis, OR. at 197 lbs. He was the 2020 PAC 12 champion at 184 lbs. https://gorunners.com/news/2021/2/23/wrestling-heads-to-cal-poly-ahead-of-pac-12-championships.aspx
  11. https://osubeavers.com/news/2021/2/22/wrestling-coverage-information-on-pac-12-championships.aspx
  12. Other 2020 PAC 12 wrestling champions who still have eligibility but are unlikely to be competing at their 2020 weight class next Sunday: 141 lbs - Real Woods of Stanford - Defeated Oregon State's Grant Willits by MD (11-2) in the 2020 PAC 12 championship match at 141 lbs. Woods has not competed this season 174 lbs - Anthony Valencia - Arizona State - Defeated Stanford's Jared Hill by Tech Fall (5:05). Valencia is at 165 lbs for 2021 184 lbs - Joshua Loomer - CS Bakersfield - Defeated Oregon State's Colt Doyle 7-3 in the 2020 PAC 12 championship match at 184 lbs. Loomer has not competed this season and is listed this season at 197 lbs.
  13. The 2021 PAC 12 wrestling tournament championships is set to kick-off at 10 a.m. PT next Sunday and by my count there are a total of five 2020 PAC 12 wrestling champions set to return for a chance to repeat as PAC 12 champions. They are as follows: 125 lbs - Brandon Courtney - 2021 RS Junior - Arizona State - Defeated Stanford's Jackson DiSario 4-1 in the 2020 PAC 12 championship match at 125 lbs 133 lbs - Devan Turner - 2021 RS Senior - Oregon State - Defeated Little Rock's Paul Bianchi 5-3 in the 2020 PAC 12 championship match at 133 lbs 157 lbs - Jacori Teemer - 2021 RS Sophomore - Arizona State - Defeated Stanford's Tyler Eischens 6-3 in the 2020 PAC 12 championship match at 157 lbs 165 lbs - Shane Griffith - 2021 RS Sophomore - Stanford - Defeated Arizona State's Joshua Sheilds 3-0 in the 2020 PAC 12 championship match at 165 lbs 197 lbs - Kordell Norfleet - 202 RS Junior - Arizona State - Defeated Stanford's Nathan Traxler by FALL (1:38) in the 2020 PAC 12 championship match at 197 lbs
  14. Actually the W.A.C. would be a better fit IMO. Two current members of the W.A.C. have wrestling programs (Cal Baptist and Utah Valley) and three more affiliate schools to the W.A.C. have wrestling programs (Air Force, Northern Colorado & Wyoming). Add those five wrestling programs to the remaining PAC 12 teams (Arizona State, Oregon State, CS Bakersfield, Cal Poly S.L.O. and possibly Little Rock) and you have a full conference of 9 or 10 teams. Of course those five current & affiliate members of the W.A.C. would have to be willing to leave the Big 12 in wrestling.
  15. Yeah, I think Lipari beat Saenz after I had done the 141 lbs section and I failed to go back and review it before posting here. Good catch on your part. I an not privy to any inside info on Arizona State but I THINK Teemer has not been active due to some sort of injury. But he's a dynamite (and extremely exciting wrestler to watch) when he's fully healthy. If you saw him wrestle vs. Northern Iowa last Sunday you got to see some of that VERY exciting Teemer wrestling action (after he was injured for a time during that match). 184 - well as the old saying goes "opinions are like NOSES - everyone has one" (I chose to use the polite body part here - rather than the offensive one). I focused primarily on head to head PAC 12 matches (almost exclusively). Unfortunately - thanks to all of the "postponements" and cancellations there were not enough to make a truly informed choice on these rankings. Who knows if I will be right or if your coaches rankings aren't dead on accurate. Only time will tell I suppose. Too bad we have to wait 11 more days till the PAC 12 tournament begins. P.S. I've been following the PAC 12 wrestling tournaments for over 30 years and there has never ever been a PAC 10/12 wrestling tournament seeding that I agreed with 100 percent. I'm certain this year's tournament will be no different.
  16. With the imminent shuttering of the long time PAC wrestling program that is Stanford after this season the need to have added Cal Baptist should have been seen as a necessity to anyone with a brain in the PAC 12. But since that does not appear to be the case they let Cal Baptist "walk" to the Big 12 instead. If only the PAC 12 had administrators who A. gave a damn about the sport of wrestling and B. acted intelligently in order to sustain the sport of wrestling in the PAC 12. Now, after Stanford closes down their wrestling program, the PAC 12 will be - basically - in the exact same situation that they were in before they added Little Rock. Except instead of having three full PAC 12 schools involved in the sport of wrestling it will now be down to just Arizona State and Oregon State. Can ANYONE show me a viable wrestling program that the PAC 12 can add after this season in order to have the minimum of six teams?
  17. RANKING THE PAC 12 WRESTLERS FOR 2021 125 lbs # 1. Brandon Courtney - Arizona State - 9-0 # 2. Jackson DiSario - Stanford - 6-2 - Beat Kaylor of Oregon State 7-2 # 3. Brandon Kaylor - Oregon State - 5-4 - Beat Lorenzo of Cal Poly 10-6 # 4. Antonio Lorenzo - Cal Poly - 2-2 - Beat Brewer of Little Rock by MD (11-3) # 5. Khyler Brewer - Little Rock - 3-7 - Beat Flores of CS Bakersfield by TF (18-3) # 6. Eddie Flores - CS Bakersfield - 0-2 - Lost by TF (18-3) to Brewer of Little Rock 133 lbs # 1. Michael McGee - Arzona State - 6-0 - Beat Paul Bianchi of Little Rock by MD (10-2) # 2. Devan Turner - Oregon State - 4-4 - Beat Miranda of Stanford by MD (12-4) # 3. Jason Miranda - Stanford - 5-4 - Beat Rich of Cal Poly by FALL # 4. Chance Rich - CS Bakersfield - 1-1 - Beat Paul Bianchi of Little Rock 7-5 # 5. Paul Bianchi - Little Rock - 7-3 - Beat Benny Martinez of Cal Poly by TF (23-8) # 6. Benny Martinez - Cal Poly - 1-5 - Lost by TF (23-8) to Paul Bianchi of Little Rock 141 lbs # 1. Grant Willits - Oregon State - 6-2 - Beat Saenz of Cal Poly 12-5 # 2. Angelo Martinoni - CS Bakersfield - 2-0 - Won by MD (12-0) vs Arroyo of Stanford # 3. Lawrence Saenz - Cal Poly - 3-1 - Won by MD (11-2) over Arroyo of Stanford # 4. Luciano Arroyo - Stanford - 3-5 - Beat Ward of Little Rock 8-1 # 5. Peter Lipari - Arizona State - 3-4 - Beat Ward of Little Rock 6-0 # 6. Connor Ward - Little Rock - 0-11 149 lbs # 1. Legend Lamer - Cal Poly - 8-0 - Beat Abas of Stanford 4-3 # 2. Jaden Abas - Stanford - 6-2 - Lost 4-3 to Lamer of Cal Poly - Beat Stigall of Oregon State 7-4 # 3. Lane Stigall - Oregon State - 3-6 - Beat Prewitt of Little Rock by MD (12-3) # 4. Cory Crooks - Arizona State - 5-3 - Beat Prewitt of Little Rock 9-3 # 5. Kyle Prewitt - Little Rock - 2-9 - Beat Tonge of CSUB by FALL # 6. Kalani Tonge - CS Bakersfield - 0-2 157 lbs # 1. Jacori Teemer - Arizona State - 4-1 - Beat Azierre of Little Rock by FALL # 2. Hunter Willits - Oregon State - 7-2 - Beat Requir van der Merwe of Stanford 6-2 # 3. Requir van der Merwe - Stanford - 5-1 - Beat Brawley Lamer of Cal Poly by MD (13-5) # 4. Brawley Lamer - Cal Poly - 1-2 - Beat Azierre of Little Rock by MD (13-0) # 5. Brock Rogers - CS Bakersfield - 1-1 # 6. Noah Azierre - Little Rock - 1-7 165 lbs # 1. Shane Griffith - Stanford - 5-0 # 2. Anthony Valencia - Arizona State - 8-0 # 3. Aaron Olmos - Oregon State - 4-3 - Beat Kemp of Cal Poly 6-4 in SV OT # 1 # 4. Adam Kemp - Cal Poly - 2-2 - Beat Hernandez of Little Rock by MD (14-4) # 5. Alex Hernandez - Little Rock - 2-8 - Beat Smelser of CS Bakersfield 7-2 # 6. Braden Smelser - CS Bakersfield - 0-2 174 lbs. # 1. Bernie Truax - Cal Poly - 7-1 - Beat Trey Munoz of Arizona State 4-2 in SV OT 1 # 2. Trey Munoz - Arizona State - 4-1 - Lost 4-2 in SV OT 1 to Truax of Cal Poly # 3. Tyler Eischens - Stanford - 6-3 - Beat Colton Beasley of Oreson State by MD (9-1) # 4. Albert Urias - CS Bakersfield - 1-1 - Beat Willis of Little Rock 4-3 # 5. Triston Willis - Little Rock - 4-8 - Lost 4-3 to Urias of CS Bakersfield # 6. Colton Beasley - Oregon State - 2-7 - Lost 7-3 to Willis of Little Rock 184 lbs # 1. Cade Belshay - Arizona State - 3-5 - Won by FALL (2:38) over Dylan Miracle of Cal Poly # 2. Ryan Reyes - Oregon State - 5-3 - Won by DEC (4-2) over Dylan Miracle of Cal Poly # 3. Dom Ducharme - CS Bakersfield - 2-0 - Won by DEC (4-0) over Jared Hill of Stanford # 4. Dylan Miracle - Cal Poly - 1-2 - Lost by DEC (4-2) to Ryan Reyes of Oregon State # 5. Jared Hill - Stanford - 2-5 - Lost by DEC (5-3) to Ryan Reyes - Lost by DEC (4-0) to Dom Ducharme # 6. Tanner Mendoza - Little Rock - 4-7 - Lost by FALL (2:04) to Dom Ducharme' 197 lbs # 1. Kordell Norfleet - Arizona State - 7-0 - Won by TF (18-2 in 3:48) over Trevor Tinker of Cal Poly # 2. J. J. Dixon - Oregon State - 6-3 - Won by DEC (6-5) over Trevor Tinker of Cal Poly # 3. Nick Stemmett - Stanford - 4-1 OR Haydn Maley - Stanford - 2-2 - Stemmett won 7-3 over Dylan Johnson of Little Rock - Maley beat Trevor Tinker of Cal Poly 8-5 & lost 6-2 to J. J. Dixon of Oregon State # 4. Trevor Tinker - Cal Poly - Won by Fall (4:55) over Dylan Johnson of Little Rock # 5. Dylan Johnson - Little Rock - Won by FALL (1:58) over Adrian Chavez of CS Bakersfield # 6. Adrian Chavez - CS Bakersfield 285 lbs # 1. Cohlton Schultz - Arizona State - 10-0 - Three wins over Top 10 ranked heavyweights & a 3-2 win over Josh Heindselman of Oklahoma # 2. Nathan Traxler - Stanford - 5-1 - Zero wins vs Top 10 ranked heavyweights - Lost 10-5 vs Josh Heindselman of Oklahoma # 3. Sam Aguilar - Cal Poly - 4-1 - Won 3-1 in OT TB 1 vs. Gabriel Beyer of Little Rock # 4. Gabriel Beyer - Little Rock - 6-7 - Lost 3-1 vs. Nathan Traxler of Stanford - Won by MD (13-5) vs. Jacob Sieder of CS Bakersfield # 5. Jacob Sieder - CS Bakersfield - 2-1 - Lost by MD (13-5) vs Gabriel Beyer of Little Rock # 6. Brian Barnes - Oregon State - 1-6 - Lost by FALL to Gabriel Beyer of Little Rock and Nathan Traxler of Stanford
  18. Last I knew the matter of who is in the starting lineup is decided by the head coach. So enough with this b.s. "Teemer ducked" crap. Ever consider the possibility that Zeke chose to not use Teemer (as he has been injured) and save him for lesser opponents and the PAC 12 tournament. Iowa State should thank Zeke for doing that because if he hadn't there is no way Iowa State gets 6 team points at 157 lbs. At best Iowa State would have finished with only 12 team points if Zeke had used Teemer at 157 vs. Carr.
  19. FACTS - Nathan Traxler has ZERO wins vs top 10 ranked wrestlers at 285 lbs this season. Schultz has THREE wins vs top 10 ranked wrestlers this season. - Nathan Traxler lost 10-5 to Josh Heindselman of Oklahoma. Schultz beat Heindselman 3-2
  20. Speaking of Teemer - he just got injured in his match in the Northern Iowa dual.
  21. I have no reason to be "bragging" as I'm NOT an Arizona State fan. If you knew anything at all about me you would know that. Secondly you should spend less of your time accusing people of bragging ...............it just makes you look ridiculous in the end.
  22. https://www.si.com/college/2021/02/12/stanford-save-cut-sports-movement-ncaa Some woman named "Persis Drell" appears to be the intractable person who is leading this cut the Olympic Sports at Stanford plan - and she is not willing to listen to any plan or anyone.
  23. Apparently the matches tomorrow at Iowa State have been rescheduled: 10 a.m. | Mat 1: Iowa State v. Arizona State (ESPN+, https://es.pn/37agzTd) | Mat 2: UNI vs. Arizona State Extra Matches 12:30 p.m. | Mat 1: UNI v. Arizona State (YouTube) | Mat 2: Iowa State vs. Arizona State Extra Matches 2:30 p.m. | Mat 1: Iowa State v. UNI (ESPN+) | Mat 2: Iowa State-Arizona State-UNI Extra Matches I honestly believe Arizona State has a chance to defeat Iowa State tomorrow. Truly I do. However if ASU looks as lethargic as they did on Thursday morning I don't see that happening. If they are energized I see ASU winning at 125, 133, 165, 184 and 197, with the possibility of an ASU upset at either 174 or 285.
  24. I'm working on a similar project but won't be done with it until next week. You did a very good job on this. I'm with you 100% on 125 and 133 lbs from # 1 thru # 6 at those two weight classes. I disagree at 141 lbs as I have CSUB's Martinoni # 2 at 141 lbs - primarily because Martinoni beat Arroyo of Stanford by MD (12-0). Saenz beat Arroyo by MD (11-2) and I see nothing that merits Lipari being # 2 at 141 lbs in the PAC 12 (or # 3 or # 4). I have Lipari at # 5 as the only PAC 12 guy he's defeated was # 6 Connor Ward of Little Rock (6-0). At 149 lbs I have your # 3 and # 4 ranked guys switched because Stigall beat Prewitt of Little Rock by MD (12-3) and Crooks beat Prewitt 9-3. At 157 lbs yours is not at all like mine. Teemer 's the defending champ and he's # 1 no matter how you suss it out. Willits is # 2. Merwe is # 3. At 174 lbs switch your # 2 with your # 3 and we're in agreement. After all Munoz just took Truax to overtime before losing by TD in SV OT 1. And Eischens is only at 174 lbs because Griffith is at 165 lbs.
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