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Doc_Hfuhruhurr

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  1. Interestingly enough, here is clip from a 2011 article on a then, almost 14 yr old, Mark Hall. It was regarding why his father held him back in 7th grade. http://intermatwrestle.com/articles/7774 "I did that because I don't want my son going to college at 17 years old," said his father. "I even held my daughter back. I don't want my son 600 miles away, being 17 years old, doing stupid stuff, or being led around by older kids. I want him to be mature enough to handle it." Like previously said, Hall is 20 this month, slightly more than 17. On another note, former D 1 competitor, Destin McCauley, turns 25 this May. This is his junior season at Nebraska Kearney. I'd say this is almost to the point of where one gets that "Old Man Strength" ;)
  2. Hall 9-4 I would guess that in PSU practices, while watching Hall, Bo N., Nolf, Retherford - even Cael has to be saying to himself, "Holy Sh*t!"
  3. Thank you much, SetonHall and Roadkill!
  4. Indiana has on their website, that they won 18-17. NDSU's shows that they won by same margin. Intermat has Indiana winning, but article coming from Indiana University Sports Information team. Both teams went home thinking they won the dual. Who actually won? To me, by looking at criteria for tie breaker, that NDSU's (F), comes before Indiana's (H) Tie-Breaker System for Dual Meets In dual-meet competition, if the teams have identical scores, the following tie-breaking system shall be used to determine the winner: a. The team whose opposing wrestlers or team personnel has been penalized the greater number of team points for flagrant misconduct or unsportsmanlike conduct shall be declared the winner. b. The team whose opposing head coach has been penalized the greater number of team points for coach misconduct shall be declared the winner. c. The team whose opposing wrestlers were penalized the greater number of match points for unsportsmanlike conduct during a match shall be declared the winner. d. The team having won the greater number of matches (including forfeits) shall be declared the winner. e. The team having accumulated the greater number of points for falls, defaults, forfeits, or disqualifications shall be declared the winner. f. The team having the greater number of points for technical falls shall be declared the winner. g. The team having the greater number of points for major decisions shall be declared the winner. h. The team having the greater number (total match points) of first point(s) shall be declared the winner. i. The team having the greater number of points for near-falls shall be declared the winner. j. The team having the greater number of takedowns shall be declared the winner. k. The team having the greater number of reversals shall be declared the winner. l. The team having the greater number of escapes shall be declared the winner. m. The team whose opponent has been penalized more often for stalling will be declared the winner. n. The team whose opponent has been warned more often for stalling will be declared the winner. o. The team whose opponent has the greater number of points for all other infractions (i.e. false starts) shall be declared the winner. p. If none of the above resolve the tie, a flip of a disk will determine the winner. Upon determining the winning team by use of the tiebreaking system, a single team point shall be added to the prevailing team. The method of recording the score in breaking team ties shall be the score followed by the letter of the criterion that broke the tie.
  5. He is probably just dreaming up some goodies. But yes, it has been too long since we have seen that ingenious photoshop humor!
  6. Congrats to Troy on the new opportunity. I see good things ahead for Fresno State's wrestling program.
  7. Good luck to Tony Ramos, on the move to NC.
  8. Had it worked, the crowd would have went bezerk. As it turned out, we ask, "what was Gilman thinking?"
  9. I would like to see BoJo move up to 174 and take on Nickal....
  10. out of the loop for some reason. What happened to Martinez? I thought he was in the lineup.
  11. 174 looks to be the "weakest" weight....less returnees, less impact wrestlers.
  12. We talk most NCAA titles, and dominance. Ok..... 2005 winner of the Hodge, was 2 time champ, Steven Mocco. He had fair amount of pins, but he also had (I believe) THREE overtime wins, including finals match. To me, an overtime win, is a whisker away from a loss. That same year, Greg Jones won his third NCAA title, and was pretty dominant, outscoring his opponents 298-82 that year, with no overtime matches, and ending with a 51 match win streak. The Hodge Award is very arbitrary for WIN.
  13. Although a good idea, it would be a conflict of interest of sorts. Can you imagine, how many times Freddy Ambrose would have held up the zebra colored wristband, in order to be primary official? I like the tazer idea for wrestlers. Set it at 1, then 2nd warning, you set it at 2, and so on....
  14. Sounds like DeLuca was "Kesseled"?
  15. Mocco had several overtime wins, the year he was crowned with the Hodge.
  16. Thanks, Lewboo. Very interesting!
  17. Very cool pix. Happy Easter to you also, Brother. :D
  18. I gotta bump this one. In post finals interview, Perry thanked God for getting him there. "So much work. Thanking God, man. God's got me through this whole thing. I can't tell you what I would do, without God in my life." While I don't mind an athlete giving credit to the higher power, I think Perry should have given an immense amount of credit, to Gary Kessel.
  19. I disagree, Tightwaist. I think Perry could have been called pinned on THREE occasions, not two. Kessel is certainly living up to his infamous reputation. Unbelievable...simply unbelievable.
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