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Warren_Haynes

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  1. Things will look a little different than the last time everyone was in town. The Enterprise Center has been completely renovated. The concourse downstairs is awesome and the new seats are a major improvement. Union Station has a Ferris Wheel and an aquarium now so it isn't such a ghost town down there. They were supposed to break ground on the new MLS stadium, but not sure about that anymore.
  2. He could always transfer home and man the 149 spot for Mizzou and let Mauller reshirt.
  3. He coaches wrestling at a couple different MMA gyms around the St. Louis area
  4. I had always heard that Mizzou was considering ending the program because of not being competetive. Not sure if that is true.
  5. Jaques actually moved around a bit and ended up in Columbia his junior year. First he was in Kirksville (Northeast missouri) then he was at Owensville (central MO) and ended up at Tolton Catholic in Columbia. His dad is a high school principal and got a couple different jobs. The school he ended up at near Columbia didn't have wrestling and Jaques ended up at Tolton.
  6. I never understand why people get upset that there is a topic on here that they don't think should be on here. I don't like mainstream country music. I don't get mad that it is on the radio. I just don't tune my dial into it and keep playing Tyler Childers at full blast. Just pass the thread up and click on one of the hundreds of other threads on this board.
  7. No way that lady should be allowed in another gym to watch and she shouldn't have been allowed to finish the day in the gym (Not saying she was allowed. Just saying I woulda tossed her from the gym.)
  8. I think I'm more afraid of ALS than anything else. I don't pray, but the Miklus family is in my thoughts going forward. I'm so glad he got to have this time with his Dad. This Mizzou fan will always root for Willie Miklus
  9. Bryan Snyder was my favorite wrestler that wasn't at Mizzou.
  10. Max Askren had a nice start to his freshman year
  11. The three consecutive starters from 141-157 are all from the same high school (Fater Tolton Catholic) and club team (Eierman Elite.) Most interesting part is that Tolton usually fields a program of about 15 kids total.
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