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    Yarygin 2019

    I just looked on WWC, and I see they are spelling it that way as well......I give up....LOL Fadz
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    Yarygin 2019

    I just sent a note to Flo on this before I got on here and saw this thread.....I'm not so sure in the 70's/80's without going back and looking at World Cup programs...(I was at 17 of them), that it wasn't at one time, spelled Yarigan!!!! But I'll buy Yarygin, before I buy Yariquin…..I was that a couple of days ago, and my first reaction was "THAT'S NOT HOW YOU SPELL IT".....lol Fadz
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    Nebraska at Penn State

    Yea thanks.....I was just on Flo and discovered it....didn't see it earlier.....thanks. Fadz
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    Nebraska at Penn State

    Is this match only going to be on the dashboard of Track????? I can't find it anywhere else.
  5. There was a time when this "technique/tactic/skill didn't even exist.....without really watching old videos, I'm thinking it came into play when the low leg attack (John Smith/Cael Sanderson/etc.) was introduced. The stance became more bentover as well making the head/face more exposed.
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    No Teasdale?

    Going into this year, I've been to 41 NCAA Championships, and I remember this one like yesterday....I rank it up there with the Mark Schultz/Ed Banach match and a couple others.
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    No Teasdale?

    I think McIlravy got in the lineup right before The Big Ten Meet his freshman year, lost to Dan Spilde in the finals, then won NCAA's wrestling an unbelievable match in the finals vs. Gerry Abas 16-15.....maybe one of the greatest finals matches ever.......McIlravy put it all on the line.....Fix and Suriano need to watch this match....LOL. Fadzaev
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    Fix/Suriano - worst ncaa match of all time?

    I thought there stances were close to the same....just went back and watched again....still thought their stances were very similar, except that Fix may have stayed a little more disciplined in not coming out of that stance....just my take.....John Smith's stance was more bentover than that, but he didn't stand around....he was in on your legs like a cobra!!!
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    Who is college wrestling's top heel in 2019?

    I don't think he was a high school student...think he was home schooled????
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    Gfeller v. Ashnault

    Love the last sentence.....nice reference!!!!
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    So, NO Penn State, Okie State matches on FLO?

    I watched both of them and the Patriots game all at the same time.
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    Suriano vs Fix: Who wins the dual?

    could you image an NCAA tournament with a number of matches sprinkled in, throughout the tournament, that were allowed to unfold like this????? This match brought back memories of the Bill Scherr vs Greg Gibson match in 1987, and that match "only" lasted 13:35.
  13. Medicine Man.....I see you've still "got it"!!!! I haven't been on here in a while....not sure the winners were that thrilled about getting interviewed as they stepped off of the mat....some of the interviews were interesting/entertaining though. I missed not getting to see the survey of fans who have been to at least 25/30/35/40, etc. NCAA's though. I think an interview or 2 eliminated the opportunity for that. It was personally 41 for me/33 in a row. I think the person with the most could be Jim Keen though......he has been to 60 NCAA's....started coming with his dad (Cliff) in late elementary school. Some say Rummy Macias has the most??? Fadz
  14. Medicine Man.....I see you've still "got it"!!!! I haven't been on here in a while....not sure the winners were that thrilled about getting interviewed as they stepped off of the mat....some of the interviews were interesting/entertaining though. I missed not getting to see the survey of fans who have been to at least 25/30/35/40, etc. NCAA's though. I think an interview or 2 eliminated the opportunity for that. It was personally 41 for me/33 in a row. I think the person with the most could be Jim Keen though......he has been to 60 NCAA's....started coming with his dad (Cliff) in late elementary school. Some say Rummy Macias has the most??? Fadz
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