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  1. It does not matter how I try to add a photo here - I've tried every way possible - and I always get this ridiculous message EVERY time. And very clearly I am NOT the only one here who keeps getting this message (over, and over, and over, and over, and over).
  2. Every time I try to add a photo to a message here I get this ridiculous message: "You can only upload a total of 0MB" with the additional note "Please contact us for assistance".
  3. Looks like Cade Belshay earned the best finish today - among the ASU wrestlers - by placing 4th at 86 kgs (189.6 lbs) Kordell Norfleet and Cory Crooks both placed 5th and Jacori Teemer placed 6th (at their respective weight classes).
  4. 1 Agree 2. Disagree 3. Agree but wonder why you are comparing these two. WrestleStat projects a head to head match between those two would end with Norfleet winning by FALL.
  5. At both the Under 23 Nationals and at the United World Wrestling Junior Nationals. So far these current Arizona State wrestlers have a combined record of 19 wins and 3 losses (that doesn't include the two wins by former ASU wrestler Josh Kramer). Under 23 Nationals Brandon Courtney - 57 kgs = 125.66 lbs Cory Crooks - 70 kgs = 154.3 lbs Jacori Teemer - 74 kgs = 163.1 lbs Cade Belshay - 86 kbs = 189.6 lbs Kordell Norfleet - 92 kgs = 202.8 lbs United World Wrestling Junior Nationals Cleveland Belton - 61 kgs = 134.5 lbs Julian Chlebove - 65 kgs = 143.3 lbs Jesse Vasquez - 65 kgs = 143.3 lbs - NOTE that Vasquez is competing at 143 lbs (just 2 lbs from 141 lbs) https://thesundevils.com/news/2020/11/14/wrestling-seven-sun-devil-wrestlers-advance-to-uwwj-and-u23-quarterfinals.aspx
  6. Isaac Salas - St. John Bosco HS La Mirada, CA. - 2020 CA State runner-up at 138 lbs Johnathon Viveros - Kingsburg H.S. Kingsburg, CA. - 7th at 2020 CA State tournament at 138 lbs Jacob Hansen - Moorpark J.C. Simi Valley, CA. - 2019 CCCAA champion at 165 lbs These three are the only new signees for CSUB mentioned on the CSUB Wrestling Twitter feed.
  7. If someone had told me 10 or even 20 years ago that Cal State Bakersfield and Cal Poly S.L.O. would both have wrestling programs after Boise State and Stanford ended their wrestling programs I would have thought that person was nuts.
  8. I'm old fashioned. I don't consider - these days - anyone who has verbally committed as 100 percent certain that they will in fact sign on the dotted line come signing day. Too many - especially in football - seem to think of the word commitment as meaning more like MAYBE. These nine have SIGNED to wrestle for Oregon State.
  9. Rocco Contino, wrestling, Virginia Raymond Lopez, wrestling, West Point George Ruiz, wrestling, Navy Maximo Renteria, wrestling, Illinois Carlos Negrete Jr., wrestling, North Dakota State Read more here: https://www.fresnobee.com/sports/high-school/article247110362.html#storylink=cpy
  10. https://osubeavers.com/news/2020/11/11/wrestling-signs-nine.aspx
  11. Including two transfer from Fresno State https://gopoly.com/news/2020/11/12/wrestling-five-wrestlers-sign-national-letter-of-intent-financial-aid-agreement.aspx
  12. https://thesundevils.com/news/2020/11/13/-asuwrestling-signs-four-elite-wrestlers.aspx
  13. According to the Wikipedia page on Jordan Burroughs: "Burroughs is now scheduled to face Zahid Valencia in an event put on by FloWrestling on November 14, at 185 pounds."
  14. https://thesundevils.com/news/2020/11/3/-ASUWrestling-Alumni-Zahid-Valencia-Set-to-Wrestle-Olympian-Jordan-Burroughs-.aspx
  15. I heard the same thing you did. Stanford said it would make no difference if funds were raised and their decision to cut those athletic programs at Stanford was final (including wrestling).
  16. Actually, since that endowment money would obviously be invested and yield a return of at least 3 % that million dollars would provide enough revenue for ONE program to survive indefinitely. Three percent of 10 million is $300,000 annually. But again - that would fund ONE team. What I was reading here tho was that they, i.e., the wrestling fans here, are talking about them funding both a men's and a women's wrestling team. Not sure if Stanford is going to okay either one. Last I heard from Stanford was the return of the wrestling program had two chances..................slim and none.
  17. A letter written by NCAA All-American for Edinboro University (1987) and current head coach of Perry High School (Perry, Ohio) and father of Stanford freshman wrestler Kyle Rowan. https://www.stanforddaily.com/2020/10/28/letter-to-the-administration-on-stanford-wrestling/
  18. A 10 million dollar endowment - figuring 5% usage per year - would provide $500,000 per year for ONE program. So if they are wanting to provide enough revenue for TWO wrestling programs that figure would have to be, at the very least, double that amount. And they would still need to raise more funds to cover the annual expenses of an NCAA Div I wrestling team as $500,000 (these days) is not going to cover all of their expenses.
  19. What I'm now wondering about is - given that the ASU vs Missouri dual will NOT be taking place in December - is Arizona State going to be at the Cliff Keen Invitational on Dec. 4 & 5? OR is there even going to BE a Cliff Keen Invitational (and Reno T.O.C.) tournament in December this year?
  20. That's what I figured. I'm thinking it was originally scheduled for Dec. 11th and now it will take place on Feb. 13th instead. They just haven't edited it yet.
  21. And the Missouri schedule says the same thing
  22. Event Time Level Live 12/04 - 12/05/2020 Cliff Keen Las Vages Invitational, NV 9:00 a.m. Varsity 12/11/2020 Missouri, MO @ Arizona State, AZ 7:00 a.m. Varsity 01/01/2021 Little Rock, AR @ Arizona State, AZ 2:00 a.m. Varsity 01/15/2021 Arizona State, AZ @ Northern Iowa, IA 7:00 a.m. Varsity 01/17/2021 Arizona State, AZ @ Iowa State, IA 2:00 a.m. Varsity 01/22/2021 Arizona State, AZ @ Pittsburgh, PA 7:00 a.m. Varsity 01/29/2021 Arizona State, AZ @ Fresno State, CA 7:00 p.m. Varsity 01/31/2021 Arizona State, AZ @ Oregon State, OR 2:00 a.m. Varsity 02/05/2021 Arizona State, AZ @ Stanford, CA 7:00 p.m. Varsity 02/07/2021 CSU Bakersfield, CA @ Arizona State, AZ 2:00 a.m. Varsity 02/13/2021 Missouri, MO @ Arizona State, AZ 7:00 a.m. Varsity 02/14/2021 Cal Poly, CA @ Arizona State, AZ Varsity 02/19/2021 Lehigh, PA @ Arizona State, AZ ARIZONA STATE'S SCHEDULE SO FAR Looks like this schedule is saying they host Missouri TWICE
  23. Thanks for all the help on that. I never would have figured that out on my own. Looks like Arizona State starts their season Dec. 4, 2020, at the Cliff Keen Invitational and then host Missouri on the 11th of Dec. Cal Poly & CS Bakersfield & Little Rock & Oregon State and Stanford don't begin until January 2021
  24. I tried that but apparently I'm not registered there (even tho I thought I was).
  25. In the PAC 12 they reversed their decision to not play any sports till 1/1 as it pertains to football and basketball. Football in the PAC 12 begins next weekend.
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