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  1. Here is a preview of the Lindenwood Open Teams: Division I: Arkansas-Little Rock, #20 Illinois, #2 Iowa, #9 Iowa State, Indiana, #21 Missouri (Most of their Starters), #4 NC State, Northern Illinois, #14 Northwestern, #10 Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Purdue, SIU-Edwardsville (Most of their Starters) Division II: #13 Central Oklahoma, Davenport, Drury, Kentucky Wesleyan, #6 Lindenwood, #10 Maryville. #3 McKendree, #7 Minnesota State-Mankota, #24 Newman DIV III- MacMurry, Westminsiter, NAIA- Hannibal-LaGrange, Lindenwood-Belleville, #4 Lindsey Wilson, #3 Marian, #10 Missouri Valley, #19 Williams Baptist NJCAA- #5 Ellsworth CC, Joilet JC, Labette, #6Northeast Oklahoma, Spartanburg NWCA: Liberty Gold Division (Open) 212 Entries 125- Dack Punke, Missouri (NQ) Chris Cannon, Northwestern (#91 overall Recruit 2019) Cevion Severado, Missouri (2018 World Jr Greco Silver Metalist) Noah Surtin, Missouri (#13 @ 120 Overall 2019) Corey Cabanban, Iowa State DIV II #1 Carlos Jacques, Lindenwood (DII Champ) #4 Marcus Povlik, McKendree (DII AA) #5 Tyler Kretih, Maryville (DII AA) NAIA- #8 Christopher Sharp, Marian Predicted Champion: Carlos Jacquez, Lindenwood 133- Colin Valdiviez, Northwestern (DI NQ) Connor Brown, Missouri (DI NQ) Allen Hart, Missouri Lucas Byrd, Illinois (#18 Overall Recruit 2019) DIV II #10 Tanner Hitchcock, Lindenwood (DII NQ) #14 Charles McNeal, McKendree Predicted Champion: Connor Brown, Missouri 141- Brevin Balmeceda, Oklahoma State (#25 Overall recruit 2019) Aaron Meyer, Iowa Justin Stickley, Iowa Alex Butler, Missouri Alex McKenna, Northwestern Conner Wilson, Oklahoma State Joseph Bianchi, Arkansas-Little Rock Saul Ervin, SIU-Edwardsville DII - #6 Nate Kiem, Central Oklahoma (DII NQ) NAIA #6 Trent Johnson, Lindsey Wilson #7 Brandon James, Marian #12 Casper Sherrow, Missouri Baptist #17 Jaitlan Pitts, Williams Baptist Predicted Champion: Alex Meyer, Iowa 149- Vince Turk, Iowa (DI NQ) Tyshawn Williams, SIU-Edwarsville (DI NQ) Jeren Glosser, Iowa Trevor Chumbley, Northwestern (#74 Overall Recruit 2019) DIV II #4 Kameron Frame, Newman (DII AA) #6 Kyle Rathman, Minnesota State Mankato Zach Moore, Central Oklahoma (WV transfer) NAIA #2 Latrell Davis, Lindsey Wilson (NAIA AA) #3 Richard Pocock, Missouri Valley Predicted Champion: Jeren Glosser, Iowa 157- #14 Jarrett Jacques, Missouri (DI NQ) #22 Justin Ruffin, SIU-Edwardsville (DI NQ) DIV II #12 Ty Lucas, Central Oklahoma Kevin Kissane, Newman (DII NQ) NAIA- #6 Derrick Smallwood, Lindsey Wilson (NAIA AA) Predicted Champion: Jarrett Jacques, Missouri 165- Peyton Mocco, Missouri Luke Fortuna, Missouri Nick South, Indiana (#17 Overall Recruit @ 170 lbs 2019) Logan Schumacher, Iowa State DIV II #3 Tyler Harrington, Maryville (DII AA) #9 Logan Saltou, Minnesota St-Mankato (DII NQ) #13 Austin Stofer, Lindenwood NAIA- #5 Brett Johnson, Marian #10 Gage Maxwell, Hannibal-LaGrange (NQ) Predicted Champion: Peyton Mocco, Missouri 174- #21 Connor Flynn, Missouri DJ Shannon, Illinois (2nd at Michigan State Open) Troy Fisher, Northwestern (#53 Overall Recruit 2019) Jeremiah Kent, Missouri Donnell Washington, Indiana (#19 Overall @ 160 lbs. 2019) DIV II #7 Matt Pratt, Maryville (DII NQ) #8 Zach Johnston, Minnesota St-Mankato #10 Gage McBride, Central Oklahoma Predicted Champion: Connor Flynn, Missouri 184- Canten Marriott, Missouri (DI NQ) Abe Assad, Iowa (#29 Overall Recruit 2019) Roger Smith-Bergsrud, Unattached (DI NQ) Julian Broderson, Iowa State (#7 Overall @ 195 lbs. 2019) DIV II #3 Heath Gray, Central Oklahoma (DII AA) #9 Bailey Kelly, Maryville (DII NQ) Predicted Champion: Abe Assad, Iowa 197 lbs. Christian Brunner, Purdue (R12 DI NQ) #21 Wyatt Koelling, Missouri Jake McKiernan, SIU-Edwardsville Francis Duggan, Iowa State Sam Cook, Iowa Cade Brownlee, Iowa DIV II #3 Ryan Vasbinder, McKendree (DII AA) Predicted Champion: Christian Brunner, Purdue 285- Zach Elam, Missouri (R12 DI NQ) #17 Colton McKiernan, SIU-Edwardsville (DI NQ) Austin Myers, Missouri (D1 NQ) Aaron Costello, Iowa Josh Heindselman, Oklahoma (#11 Overall @ 285 lbs. 2019) DIV II #4 Caleb Gossett, McKendree #6 Logan Radick, Maryville (DII NQ) NAIA- #1 Brandon Reed, Lindsey Wilson (NAIA Champ) Predicted Champion: Zach Elam, Missouri Black Division (FR/SO) Notables. 364 Entries Top 100 from 2019 125- Adam Reeves, Iowa State (#20 Overall Recruit 2019) 133- Kai Orine, NC State (#49 Overall Recruit 2019) 149- Daniel Manibog, Oklahoma State (#47 Overall Recruit 2019) 174- Sean Harman, Missouri (#83 Overall Recruit 2019) 197- Zach Glazier, Iowa (#83 Overall Recruit 2019) Weight Class Ranks from 2019 Asa Garcia, Indiana (#16 Overall @ 132 lbs. 2019) 182- Talon Barror, Oklahoma (#19 Overall @ 182 lbs. 2019) 197- Steve Elwell, Arkansas-Little Rock (#11 Overall @ 195 lbs. 2019) 197- Carson Berryhill, Oklahoma (#17 Overall @ 195 lbs. 2019) DIV III- 149- #9 Sean Sax, Westminister NAIA- 165- #10 Elias Viafo, Missouri Valley Predicted Champions 125: Adam Reeves, Iowa State 133: Kai Orine, NC State 141: Asa Garcia, Indiana 149: Daniel Mainbog, Oklahoma State 157: Chance McLane, Oklahoma State 165: Matt Ortiz, Indiana 174: Cade Lindsey, Oklahoma State 184: Carson Berryhill, Oklahoma 197: Zach Glazier, Iowa 285: Eli Pokorney, Purdue
  2. Hopefully Ben takes over his alma mater once Brian Smith retires. I think Ben would be great for fundraising and recruiting. Also, I would love to see his press conferences as a coach.
  3. The Braunagel Vs. Mocco match was a lot closer than the final score indicates. It was nip and tuck. They gave Mocco 2 + 2 on the initial takedown and then took the nearfall away. Mocco did somethings you just don't see very often. It was 7-5 with 20 seconds left. Once he develops a good set up for his shots. He is going to be a handful. I think both wrestlers are future multiple time all-americans. The bigger Braunagel is a hammer and is going to be a problem. He might be the best chance for an AA for the Illini. Illini next year from 165-184 will be a force. the Jacques Vs. Barone match was 1-1 with a minute left. Jacques hit a great takedown and got the turn. Then tried to cut him to get the major.
  4. I actually thinks it might help the team in the long run. While it will hurt next year to watch him somewhere else. I think it creates some opportunities. Allen Hart will move up to 141 lbs. next year possibly. Which is more of his natural weight. Connor Brown will be the 133 lbs. and you get two years out of them. If Leeth returns he can 149 and redshirt Mauller. Mizzou's best team was probably going to be after Eierman graduated as well with Brown, Hart, Mauller, Jacques, Mocco, O'Toole, and both Elams That being said I just trying to look on the positive cause he was my favorite wrestler to watch. Depending on the singlet... I may not be cheering.
  5. 125- Lee 133- Gross 141- Leeth 149- Sasso 157- Carr 165- McFadden 174- Hall 184- Valencia 197- Moore 285- Steveson
  6. Mizzou's happened Saturday 184 - Jeremiah Kent over Canten Marriott with a last second take down 184- Dylan Wisman over Cordell Durhart 125- Dack Punke Major Over Cameron Valdiviez 133- Allen Hart Major over Weston DiBlasi 141- Alex Butler over Sam Ritchie 149- Brock Mauller over Mitchell Bohlken 157- Jarrett Jacques over Phil DeLoach 165- Peyton Mocco over Luke Fortuna 174- Connor Flynn Tech over Martell Boone 197- Wyatt Koelling 8-0 over Jack Flynn 184- Wisman 9-0 over Kent Didn't have scores on all.. But had the results
  7. Thank you andegre, I understand completely what you were saying. It is a completely different strategy over just taking the highest ranked guy. I like it. I would just like the post season included so I can lord it over my friends when I beat them in regular season and NCAA's.
  8. Why are you cutting off the season at Feb 23rd... It would be interesting to keep the teams through NCAA's for the final run.
  9. OK Mizzou's Current verbals from #5 Keegan O'Toole -157/165 #13 Rocky Elam - 197 #46 Colton Hawks -184 #69 Josh Edmonds - 141/149 #76 Trey Crawford - 133/141 If I had to Rank the Recruiting Classes 1. Oklahoma State (#2, #11, #20, #28, #78) 2. Virginia Tech (#15, #19, #23, #24, #75) 3. Cornell (#8, #14, #33, #44, #77, #120) 4. Missouri (#5, #13, #46, #71, #74) I also think that between 2-4 is not much difference.
  10. Here is a question as well. Does Dylan Wisman go for a medical redshirt after this year. His redshirt sophomore year (2017-2018 season) He only wrestled 6 matches at the end of the season and missed over 3 months?
  11. He wrestled 7 duals last year. So I guess he is redshirting this year?
  12. Mizzou so far in this recruiting class has the following #5 O'Toole #13 Elam #46 Hawks #71 Edmond That is four in the Top 75. Only other teams that can make that claim are Oklahoma State (2, 11, 20, 28, plus 78), Cornell (8, 14, 33, 44, Plus 77), Nebraska (9, 17, 26 and 57), Va Tech (15, 23, 24 and 75) Hopefully they can get #74 Ranked (son of past Mizzou AA) Trey Crawford to join the class.
  13. I was wondering about Connor Brown, he left at semester from Wisconsin. If he enrolled at Mizzou for 2019 spring semester. Can he wrestle the 2020 spring semester? Being that would be a year. Seriously, I don't know how the ruling on this. If he can not.. Would this be considered his redshirt year (Since he hasn't taken one)?
  14. A) Bo was never even close to finishing that HI-C. B) Bo 10 lbs. heavier may not even have gotten that deep. It is Possible, Bo came in that light so he could feel and be a touch quicker. It may have been a calculated attempt on his part to sacrifice some girth(and possible strength) for a minute gain on quickness and why not... He has been able to out muscle 197 lbs. this year. But J'Den is an other beast. BTW, I believe 2017 J'Den Beat 2019 Bo in a folkstyle match. Bo always has a punchers chance. Bo was the better College wrestler? Why cause J'Den took 5th. Remember he didn't take a redshirt. There was rumors he was going to take one his Sophomore year. If he did I think he would have won in 2018. Loses? Bo: Nate Jackson, Myles Martin(2x: but he was like 9-2 vs. MM) (Redshirt year Bo lost to Matt Brown & Andy McCulley) J'Den: Phil Wellington (2x: 1st month of College career and by DQ his Jr Year), Kyven Gadsen, Kyle Snyder, Morgan McIntosh (He like 5-1 vs. MM) J'Den wasn't a pinner. Fair assessment. Also, Bo was also, one of the most exciting wrestlers since maybe Taylor or even Askren. But you have to remember J'Den while in college went down to a weight he hadn't seen since Freshman year of High School and beat Kyle Dake. Then turned around again the next year and beat David Taylor. Tell me how Bo beats him? Taking him down? Riding/Turning him? When did you ever see J'den rode let alone turned? Does, Bo get out from underneath J'Den? Now, I have heard rumors of J'Den going down to 86 KG next year. I wouldn't be surprised with the new weigh-in rule if J'Den lost to him there (remember James Green going down to 65 kg) . But at optimum. I think J'den wins 85-90% of the time. But, Bo is still awesome and really fun to watch.
  15. 32nd seed meet up with Marinelli in Round 1.
  16. Askren Cradle Ness High/Low Flyer Of course the Rick Saunders Spladle (or as I knew it back in the day the Saunders Cradle.)
  17. Missouri 125- Colby Smith, Mizzou/ Connor Brown, Wisconsin 133- John Erneste, Mizzou 141- Jaydin Eierman, Mizzou 149- Grant Leeth, Mizzou 157- Ke-Shawn Hayes, Ohio state/ Luke Weiland, Army 165- Connor Flynn, Mizzou 174- Daniel Lewis, Mizzou 184- Canten Marriott, Mizzou 197- Alex Hopkins, Army 285- Zach Elam, Mizzou/ Demetrius Thomas, Pitt Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  18. Well it looks like it may have to come down to Snyder and Sadulaev again. USA has to go 3-0 in medal matches to even have a chance. Even then if Gazi makes the finals it might be a moot point. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  19. Thomas, Didn't lose to backups at the scuffle he lost to Boykin (who beat Nevills the next round) and Previous NCAA Qualifier Goodhart. If you remember the HWt division was loaded at the scuffle last year. (Nevill, Kasper, Boykin, Haines, Wood, Butler to name a few) I think I remember 11 of the top 20 wrestlers at HWT were there.
  20. Grant Hart of Husker Du is the man when it comes to that. Also, Mikey Dolenz of the Monkees.
  21. NAIA Champ Demetrius Thomas (Williams Baptist) is transferring to Pitt.
  22. Final Three Candidates for the Arkansas- Little Rock job Ethan Kyle- Assistant Coach Wyoming Chris Chionuma -Assistant Coach Army Former Head Coach at Ouchita Baptist Neil Erisman - Assistsant Coach North Carolina Big Surprise All Oklahoma State Graduates. (Albeit Chionuma was a 2x NAIA Champ then came to Okie State)
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