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    killdozer got a reaction from ConnorsDad in Lindenwood Open   
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    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
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    killdozer got a reaction from mlbruem in Lindenwood Open   
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    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
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    killdozer got a reaction from nhs67 in Lindenwood Open   
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    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
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    killdozer got a reaction from Housebuye in Lindenwood Open   
    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
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    killdozer got a reaction from flanders in Lindenwood Open   
    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
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    killdozer got a reaction from Perry in Missouri vs Illinois   
    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. 
     
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    killdozer reacted to fudge_tunnel in Is Mizzou in trouble?   
    So.....the dad is telling the coach that he (the dad) doesn’t know what he’s (they dad’s) doing....?
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    killdozer reacted to russelscout in Willie at Flo   
    What did you like best about him? Was it the habit of repeating something one of the other guys had just said or was it is tendancy to be longwinded and come to no conclusion at all? I like Willie on FRL because he was a character, but I dont think they lost anything that cannot be replaced. 
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    killdozer got a reaction from treep2000 in 2019-20 Season Intrasquads/Wrestleoffs   
    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
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    killdozer got a reaction from gallison in 2019-20 Season Intrasquads/Wrestleoffs   
    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
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    killdozer got a reaction from andegre in WrestleStat's Fantasy College Wrestling is LIVE!   
    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.
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    killdozer reacted to pamela in With these recruits is it "do or die" time for John Smith?   
    Iowa has Gable-era fans with sky high expectations who don’t think Brands is on the hot seat at all. Smith has arguably produced a similar range of results, still pulls big name recruits, puts seats in the stands, gets along with his AD, manages a solid APR and has lower expectations from his fanbase and he’d be on the hot seat why? Oh also he’s a 6 time world/Olympic medalist, hall of fame inductee, had a Hodge winner just a few seasons ago and owns the Big 12 & Oklahoma. Now I see why you’re asking.
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    killdozer reacted to Show_Me in Missouri Questions??   
    Crawford to Mizzou !
  14. Haha
    killdozer reacted to JasonBryant in Top 5   
    I have not been the moderator here since October of 2012.
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    killdozer reacted to pamela in So what's the deal with your screen name?   
    @Gantry et al, I knew there was a reason why I liked you.  Chicago wrestling punx!
     
    I used to see David Yow from JL at like Pigface and Ministry shows way back when. Also have lots of fond memories of seeing Screeching Weasel, Los Crudos, the Bollweevils, 8Bark, Slapstick, the Broadways, Lynards Innards etc. at like Reggie's, Empty Bottle, Beat Kitchen and Fireside Bowl (before they had the stage). Oh man, I haven't thought of some of these bands and venues in ages. I wonder if they still exist. That was a really fun time in my life.
     
     
    EDIT: Omg I can't believe I forgot to mention Cap'n Jazz!! Joan of Arc! Alk3! Lawrence Arms! 
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    killdozer reacted to BobDole in How does Flo not hire ...   
    I sent my resume, but Pyles denied me. I believe it's age discrimination. I am going to file a lawsuit.
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    killdozer reacted to jon in How does Flo not hire ...   
    Lol you've got to be kidding!
     > "THE BEST RTC IN AMERICA IS...?"
     > "MY FAVORITE WRESTLING MEME PAGE IS...?"
     > "WHAT'S MORE DANGEROUS? A. BO/NOLF B. DT/RUTH"
     > "WHO WINS 149 THIS YEAR?"
     > "BURROUGHS WILL TAKE DOWN ASKREN _____ TIMES"
    Stylized to match the final example: FLO SOCIAL MEDIA IS L_ZY, SH_LLOW, SH_TTY.
    All-caps formatting is annoying. Those examples come from graphics not from plain text and so persons with accessibility needs, such as those who use screen readers, cannot consume. Flo presents a 'new media' vibe and it touts itself as a tech-savvy outfit and so its social media absolutely does disappoint. Examples shown here are amateurish not savvy. Flo social media pales in comparison to FloFilms. Hard to argue otherwise! Nothing says savvy like screenshots of Wiki medal-record tables!
    Not to mention that a good portion of Flo social-media content comprises screenshots of athletes' posts (Flo would respond to this critique by saying 'we're helping to amplify the message' but I say nonsense -- by posting screenshot rather than posting hyperlink Flo, in some sense, steals the content). And also a good portion of Flo social-media content comprises screenshots of Flobros' posts. It's a Good Ol' Boys club with lots of sizzle, with little substance, and with absolutely zero polish.
     
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    killdozer reacted to Fishbane in How does Flo not hire ...   
    Flo should definitely not hire Stieber to replace the Flo radio crew.  I don't think he would be superior as a broadcaster and he also says stupid ****. 
    Twice on the Rudis podcast he has spoke about wrestling as a path to paying for college with a scholarship and though a wrestler probably won't get a full scholarship they could get a partial scholarship or even just books.   He's pointed out books multiple times.  As though getting your college books paid for would be a reasonable return on spending $250/season (is that $500, $750, $1000?/year) over middle school and high school to attend Stieber Elite, plus tournament entry fees, plus shoes and equipment, plus transportation costs, plus any increase in health care costs to treat injuries.  A parent would be far better off if they took all that money they would spend on wrestling and invested it then had their kid buy used books with that and better off still if they had their son or daughter get a job and earn money in place of all those hours spent wrestling.  Derlan's point about gaining access to a school you wouldn't otherwise get into is far more compelling if you ask me.  Stieber should take that and forget about the scholarship and especially book talk.
    Flo needs to splash the cash on production.  I haven't seen a streaming event on their service that hasn't had some kind of audio or video issue and the Yianni-Zain wrestle off was no exception.  They tried to replay the video related to the NLWC challenge, but they replayed it with the original audio.  So during the slo-motion replay you could hear the original commentary slowed down as they did it and then CP and Willie were trying to talk about it over top of their original slow motion rebroadcasted commentary.  It was awful and it wasn't the only audio issue in the broadcast. 
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    killdozer reacted to russelscout in How does Flo not hire ...   
    The more he is proven wrong, the louder he yells. 

    I actually enjoy Pyles feedback. 

    Nomad trys to pass as an expert, but damn he is cringy. BTW how tall is Mark Hall's dad?.... jeesh 
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    killdozer reacted to GoNotQuietly in How does Flo not hire ...   
    Flo guys, I hope y’all can dig through the 80% nonsense in this thread and take the 20% of insightful constructive criticism. Many of us deeply appreciate Flo, and I’ve often said it gives me the most enjoyment per dollar of anything I buy each year (although I can’t for the life of me figure out why you can’t organize and expand the technique section which used to be great).

    That said, as far as FRL goes, I don’t buy that you have to have competed at a high level like some of us to comment on tactics and technical intricacies, but having a high level retired athlete, official, or coach on every once and a while would certainly be beneficial. It’s not like you can’t find people in those categories with tons of personality. Mike Mal’s podcast was great on that stuff, and he already works for you, and after having him do a clinic at our club, I can assure everyone high level technique and tactics is all he thinks about, so just Skype the dude in.

    One last thing, I know you all want to emulate successful, sometimes though commentary from “main stream sports”, but you really have to do a better job of realizing when you’re punching up and when you’re punching down. Every time some suited commentator is talking **** on an NFL or NBA player, they are talking about someone who is probably more famous than them, makes more money than they do, and is living a life where it should be pretty easy to dust off a loud mouth on TV and get back to the copious attention of good-looking company, but wrestling is not like that; often when you’re going at someone, outside of the .01% of elites, they very well might be scrapping by, their die hard fans are basically consists of their nuclear family, they are thinking about how to keep the dream alive another day, and may be in a pretty low place sometimes. Just keep that in mind that sometimes you’re the celebrities benefiting a lot off of the mass of wrestlers who might not be seeing the same rewards as y’all from their labors...


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    killdozer got a reaction from flanders in Missouri Questions??   
    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. 
     
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    killdozer got a reaction from gallison in Missouri Questions??   
    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. 
     
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    killdozer reacted to nhs67 in Missouri Questions??   
    Tigers just picked up the #1 Recruit in Michigan in Josh Edmond.  The guy has had a lot of flashy success in freestyle, so I am thinking his style will translate well in the room, with the right coaching.

    https://www.michigangrappler.com/news_article/show/1046638

    Solid pickup and another reason for me to follow the Tigers.
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    killdozer reacted to cjc007 in Does a full-sized Nickal beat Cox?   
    L
    Cox was always an elite wrestler who was overlooked because he wrestled for Missouri.

    His post match interview was outstanding.

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    killdozer reacted to BadgerMon in Who would you have been most shocked to see lose?   
    Gable: The Punisher by Randy Lewis
     
    It was 1972. I first heard of Dan Gable when I was in 7th grade. People told me that he was the best wrestler in the world. Nobody could beat him. At the time, I was a three-time state AAU age-group champion, and a national AAU age-group champion. My career record at the time was 60-0. I remember thinking, if I was as big as Dan Gable, I could beat him.
     
    Nineteen years later, I would find out I was wrong. In 1991, I was thirty years old and I wrestled at 149.5 pounds, the same weight-class that Gable won the Olympics (without giving up a single point!) in 1972.
     
    I wrestled a dual meet against the 1989 world champion Russian, Boris Budaev. I was pounding him 13-4 and ended up sticking him. One week later, I asked Gable if he wanted to wrestle. At the time Gable weighed about 160 and was 41 years old. I was up to about 163. Gable said yes but wanted to warm up a bit. I just sat there and watched him. Gable went through a 45-minute session of drilling and stretching, moving around, getting ready to tangle with yours truly.
     
    By this time his shirt was drenched. He was ready to go to war. I warmed up in about 30 seconds. I slapped his hand and asked him if he was ready. Gable said, “go†and I jumped across the mat and threw him with what I would call a Steven Segal-type judo throw and headlock. He went right to his back.
     
    Two seconds later, Gable scored a reversal. For the next forty-five minutes he tortured me. What he likes to do is put you on your back, bar your arm and torture you. Then he will sort of let you off your back, but he will keep the bar arm with just your shoulder down. Sort of like isometrics, only diabolical. Finally, he will let you go and when you get back on your feet, you can barely feel your right arm.
     
    Then, he’ll take you down again and start on your left shoulder. Pain must balance. When you finally get back on your feet both shoulders are numb. Your arms are useless. Death is a fleeting moment away.
     
    After that “workout†somebody asked me how I did against Gable. I said “Oh, he beat me about 50-5.†They said “no way.†I said “way.†Actually the score was 50-4!
     
    I’ve spoken with hundreds of people who went one-on-one with Gable in the room and they all say the same thing. Unless you have actually wrestled him, you can not understand what it is like. I have wrestled the best in the world �" having competed against 27 world and Olympic medalists and countless others in practice. Nothing is like wrestling Dan Gable.
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