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  1. https://ualr.edu/news/2019/05/24/wrestling/
  2. “3 returning I believe are all Big 10 guys. ” When did OrST join the B1G?
  3. Well, Zack was on roster and played some for OrST baseball. Hard to break into the lineup of a team that went 111-18-1 over last two years. https://osubeavers.com/roster.aspx?path=baseball
  4. Mid sixties and earlier, yes. By late sixties similar. My first championship at UWash every wt had 2 or 3 pigtails on a 32 man bracket. NCAA limited participation or qualification at some point partly because of the size was causing problems as consolation participation expanded. I don’t thing we had full double elimination until mid/late eighties. Gable/Owings 142lb bracket had 42, as did 150. 126,134,158 had 8+ pigtails.
  5. From the three year era: Jess Lewis? Placed 2,1,1 with 8 falls, 3 majors, 3 decisions, 1loss
  6. Umm... Owings/Gable was in ‘70 at Northwestern. My first was ‘73 at HecEd.
  7. Handicapped is the key word. If everyone had a mat that had 10’ of protection area around the wrestling area the rule would be unnecessary. But most HS and even colleges don’t. Handicapped would be trying to bridge with a foot on hardwood floor, of loose/moving crash pad, into scoring table, or even up a wall. I’ve seen a state tournament where out of bounds line on end mats had to be a tape line because circle was at the wall and mat was taped up to keep it from falling in bounds.
  8. Perhaps because research and publication are the primary purpose of large state universities? And is where the actual serious money that supports the Universities resides? We're talking budgets of billions/year at a lot of them.
  9. And this: http://www.shanghairanking.com/ARWU2016.html
  10. Push out rule = objective institutionalized stalling, not wrestling.Subjective stalling calls at least retain the possibility of promoting actual wrestling.
  11. Two Taylor losses in '72. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=n79wBw_LJ9Y https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=67wFIXnAAlU
  12. I know there was talk several years ago, but B12 decided to invite WWC. Anything since then?
  13. Fresno was in the Pac ('87-'91). Left when joining a conf with wrestling. It subsequently stopped sponsoring, and FSU went WWC. Pac presidents (primarily the UC system) aren't happy any cal st teams participate under the PAC label. Having been allowed once and leaving would be kin to hiring back a coach that left for another school and was cut loose from there later. Doesn't make sense to wrestling, but FB drives 90+% of what time presidents think about athletic departments, so...
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