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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Top 5 Worst Kind of Wrestling Fans   
    The Eavesdropping Know It All For me, I can relate to this, at the NCAA’s. You’re sitting, watching intensely,  the tournament.  You ask your friend, brother, son- sitting beside you, a question regarding one of the matches-or they ask you. 
       One person sitting in front of you, has been listening-turns around and continually answers the question(s) before you or your compadre or yourself can answer....the private conversation.     Very annoying.....
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to MedicineMan in Iowa v Nebraska   
    @Doc_Hfuhruhurr Guess I lost that bet. Jimmy Cinnabon probably wouldn’t even acknowledge losing. I’m not paying it though. You didn’t tell me that dual was 3 months ago. 
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to MedicineMan in Iowa v Nebraska   
    Yer on, it's a bet  
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to MedicineMan in Top 5 Worst Kind of Wrestling Fans   
    Those mat groupies, and cheerleaders from other teams planting kisses after you win a big match. Used to drive me crazy, I mean, they have no regard for mononucleosis, flu bugs, etc.  
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Iowa v Nebraska   
    It might as well be $1mill bet, since anyone with Cinnabon Syndrome won’t pay anyway.
    Winnings could go to Gamblers Anonymous Charity
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to MedicineMan in Iowa v Nebraska   
    I will bet anyone on here any amount of money, that Nebraska wins his dual. Loser must pay to charity of winners choice. Come and get some you losers.
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in All Americans for different schools   
    So, 515 BC first, then off to Croton State in 514 BC....was that his soph. year, eligibility-wise? Two years remaining??
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Freshman NCAA champ contenders   
    I would have never guessed freshman Mark Branch to win it all, in 1994. Anyone is capable.
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in How many NCAA's have you been to?????   
    This will be #24 (not consecutive) for me. :P
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Who would you take vs. the field?   
    Did you watch Oliver/Ness match @ National Duals? Looked like Ness was a molecule away from OT, or a win to me. :o
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Who were the greatest characters in the modern era?   
    Chuck Jean. 69’ & 70’  
    ( sorry, Iwrite . I didn’t see your post right away. And I thoroughly agree with your Brinzer nomination)
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to HoundedHawk in College Wrestling could be a thing of the pass...   
    Forward pass?  Lateral pass?
    I, for one, don't want a pass in wrestling.  
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Don't Do What I Did   
    I got your back, Med Man ...you too Hokie- if you need it.  I’ve always been sympathetic, which leads me to being an enabler. 
    Terrific!
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from HokieHWT in Don't Do What I Did   
    I got your back, Med Man ...you too Hokie- if you need it.  I’ve always been sympathetic, which leads me to being an enabler. 
    Terrific!
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to MedicineMan in Don't Do What I Did   
    Back in January, after watching a Nebraska dual and later working out with JB, (no, not @Jasonbryant) helping him with his timing on the heel pick, I stopped and picked up a box of Cinnabons.  I'd never tried them before.  Yeah, I know they've been around a long time, but I just never bought any before.  
    It was a box of 16 baby frosted cinnamon rolls.  They call em Minibons.  I set em on the front seat while I drove home, only a hundred miles, 90 minutes of easy Interstate.  I planned to try them after supper...but that didn't happen.  I kept glancing over at them, the smooth, white frosting and the dark inviting cinnamon...man, I love cinnamon.  I ignored my natural resolve and discipline, flipped the box open and popped one in my mouth.
    Pretty tasty, better than I expected, I thought at first.  But it was the after effect that really surprised me; once I finished it my taste buds whined for another, my mouth was watering.  Too bad "betcha can't eat just one" is already taken by Lays potato chips.  Is that what crack cocaine first-timers experience? That powerful craving after the first bump?
    I told myself no more, but a second later reached for another and popped in into my mouth. By the time I was home, there were only two left, for my wife.  I sat there in the driveway looking at them.  What the hell, I stuffed em both in my mouth and dropped the empty box in the garbage can before going in the house.
    My wife was making dinner in the kitchen, but I sidled to  the bathroom first to wash the traces of frosting out of my mustache before kissing her.  She mentioned that her car insurance was due, and reminded me that I had promised to take care of it.  So I got onto my laptop and was about to log into the Insurance website, but my cursor slid up to the email icon,  like a possessed Ouija board thingy, anything to avoid making a payment. Most of the emails were reminders to pay bills:  cable, phone, electricity, loan payment....geeze, I thought, I'd better get this crap taken care of.  
    But instead the cursor went to maps and I began to look for Cinnabon locations in town. There were several locations, and one not too far...I probably drove by it a thousand times and never noticed.
    The wife yelled "supper" so I closed the laptop and headed for the table.  But after supper I snuck out and drove to that Cinnabon, and bought another box of 16 minibons. I ate em in the garage and then lied to my wife about what I was doing out there...told her I was making her a gift, so stay in the house.
    In the following weeks, all I could think about was Cinnabons.  I was addicted to the rolls.  And at work I borrowed cash from just about everyone, spent all of it on Cinnabons, but have paid none of it back.  My wife's car insurance was cancelled because I forgot to pay it.  I put on 25 lbs and JB told me I didn't need to show up any more for our workouts every two weeks.  I owe him like 3 C-notes.
    I need help...is there some kind of therapy out there for this?  And the weird thing is, nobody is ignoring me or giving me the cold shoulder for being such a dick...well, besides JB.  Everytime I start a conversation they jump right in and respond, like they forgot I owe everyone money.  I'm a worthless bastard, and I can't figure out why they are not boycotting me.  
    BTW, @jross, @Doc_Hfuhruhurr, @jchapman can one of you guys borrow me a fifty, like just until next week?
     

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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to cangemi in Finally! Hendricks vs Churella 2006 NCAA Final at 165   
    Every call went in Hendricks favor
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Finally! Hendricks vs Churella 2006 NCAA Final at 165   
    The term, “ Kesseled”- will live in infamy.
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Has a wrestler ever "broke" in a big match and still won?   
    Good picture of Yarygin.
    ” You didn’t lose, Hellickson- you just ran out of time!”  
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to MedicineMan in Illegal moves   
    Ice cream cone to the face should be illegal
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from jross in Ehh, see ya'll later...   
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr got a reaction from MedicineMan in Ehh, see ya'll later...   
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    Doc_Hfuhruhurr reacted to MedicineMan in Better than Cael Sanderson....for sure.   
    In 1966, a high school sophomore named Siddidi Finch, an adopted Iranian-born foster child from Oak Park, Illinois, whose parents died in a plane crash near Nepal, entered the Tbilisi tournament in Georgia and won... defeating 5-time world champ Ali Aliyev.  He was denied the championship' however, when it was discovered he did not meet the minimum age requirement of 18 years.

    He never wrestled in high school folk style matches and only pursued freestyle. The majority of his training during his teen years occurred in Japan, where he was coached by the father of Yojiro Uetake Obata, and accompanied the elder Uetake on many trips to Tibet to learn yogic mastery of mind-body under the great poet-saint Lama Milaraspa.  The elder Uetake when asked about the wrestling skills of the teenage Finch, stated:  "Siddidi has taught my son, Yojiro, many skills."

    He did however, after graduating high school, walk on at Portland State university, where he twice defeated Rick Sanders in wrestle offs, but was denied a starting spot in the line up because of "academic performance"... The truth is, Finch rarely attended classes, other than to take exams, and in fact his GPA was a 4.0, but the University staff frowned on his absences from the classroom.

    After the debacle at Portland State, Finch decided not to pursue a wrestling career, instead choosing to play the French horn or golf or something.  What if.... Imagine how great he would have been.

    Below is the only known photo of Finch, sparring with Yojo, taken by his father:
     
     
     
     

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