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Everything posted by MNRodent

  1. Hayden Zillmer was coming off a 112 pound state championship as a Junior when NDSU recruited him. He is now wrestling 214 internationally for the Minnesota RTC, and probably watching his weight to make it.
  2. He clearly gets out to the side against Gelogaev.
  3. This might be the same instance you're thinking of, but I seem to possibly remember Gable holding out a top 5 type in Wes Hand against a #1 Kerry McCoy with an important dual within reach. But I may be mis-remembering.
  4. I'm distantly related to him. Grandma's 2nd cousin I think.
  5. Minnesota 27, Wisconsin 13 125: Steve Polakowski (Minnesota) wins by forfeit 133: Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) over Jens Lantz (Wisconsin) (Dec 5-4) 141: Tristan Moran (Wisconsin) over Mitch McKee (Minnesota) (Fall sv.) 149: Thomas Thorn (Minnesota) over Cole Martin (Wisconsin) (Dec 5-2) 157: Steve Bleise (Minnesota) over Garrett Model (Wisconsin) (Dec 6-2) 165: Evan Wick (Wisconsin) over Carson Brolsma (Minnesota) (MD 8-0) 174: Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) over Patrick Spray (Wisconsin) (TF 18-0 2:52) 184: Mason Reinhardt (Wisconsin) over Owen Webster (Minnesota) (Dec 5-0) 197: Dylan Anderson (Minnesota) over Beau Breske (Wisconsin) (Dec 3-0) 285: Gable Steveson (Minnesota) over Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) (MD 11-2) At 141 McKee was leading 5-1 at one point but got tossed to his back twice, once in regulation, and again in sv for the pin.
  6. He was listed on the Shakopee roster at a dual tournament about a week ago at 152. He had workout gear on but not the team uniform.
  7. I'd say Gable is between 6'0 and 6'1. Snyder maybe 5'11 to 6'.
  8. Gopher practice, getting ready for Big 10s. https://www.flowrestling.org/events/6305684-2019-big-ten-wrestling-championship/videos?playing=6382589&limit=60
  9. Minnesota tops Illinois 26-15 while conceding 125 MINNESOTA 26, ILLINOIS 15133: No.9 Ethan Lizak (MN) dec. No.17Dylan Duncan (12-9)141: No.4 Mike Carr (IL) dec. No. 7 Mitch McKee (5-2)149: Tommy Thorn (MN) dec. Christian Kanzler (11-0)157: No. 7 Steve Bleise (MN) fall (6:17) No.13 Eric Barrone165: Carson Brolsma (MN)dec. No.19 Joey Gunther (3-2)174: No.11 Devin Skatzka (MN) major dec. Carver James (12-4)184: No.2 Emery Parker (IL) dec. Owen Webster (10-4)197: Andre Lee (IL) dec. Rylee Streifel (7-3)HWT: No. 1 Gable Steveson (MN) fall (1:47) Deuce Rachel125: No.15 Travis Piotrowski (IL), Forfeit
  10. I don't know that he has ever even tried football. He didn't play in high school. He said his favorite non-wrestling sports is basketball and he plays pick up games with the Jones brothers from Apple Valley who are elite (Timberwolves, Duke). Watching him run sprints, do backflips, one handed cartwheels, dunk a basketball, and just change directions while wrestling, it's hard to imagine he wouldn't excel at pretty much any sport.
  11. From the OTC you have Tony Nelson, Hayden Zillmer, Brett Pfarr. Michael Kroells comes in some too, not sure how often. Eggum also said Coach Brandvold rolls with him all the time. Plus about 5 197 pounders on roster.
  12. Did both brothers get expelled? Maybe they got in a fight with each other.
  13. The Rutgers 197 was out of control after his stunning 1 pt victory. He was pointing, yelling, and sticking his tongue out at people in the stands. Gooddale finally told him to sit down.
  14. Gopher wrestlers move out of the dungeon. https://www.twincities.com/2019/01/04/gophers-wrestlers-glad-to-leave-dungeon-but-want-to-retain-grit-of-old-practice-space/?fbclid=IwAR3M7JUpi9fQSPh8c9MdrV_ymkiAfzmbK8gxBpyxwC-BLozAKGHjsvmDfUA
  15. They need big Ben Berhow off the food truck and back in the room.
  16. The heckler really seemed to be "Gunning" for Stoll. Said he should have shot himself in the head. Brands showed uncharacteristic restraint.
  17. Minnesota results from South Beach today. Courtesy of theguillotine.com 2:00 PM - Today #272 Minnesota defeated Lehigh 25-9 125 - Sean Russell (Minnesota) over Jaret Lane (Lehigh) Maj 20-9 133 - Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) over Brandon Paetzel (Lehigh) Dec 7-0 141 - Mitchell McKee (Minnesota) over Luke Karam (Lehigh) Fall 2:16 149 - Thomas Thorn (Minnesota) over Cortlandt Schuyler (Lehigh) Dec 7-3 157 - Josh Humphreys (Lehigh) over Steve Bleise (Minnesota) Dec 5-3 165 - Carson Brolsma (Minnesota) over Gordon Wolf (Lehigh) Dec 10-8 174 - Jordan Kutler (Lehigh) over Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) Dec 7-3 184 - Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) over Brandon Krone (Minnesota) Dec 5-3 197 - Rylee Streifel (Minnesota) over Jake Jakobsen (Lehigh) Dec 1-0 285 - Gable Steveson (Minnesota) over Jordan Wood (Lehigh) Dec 9-4 Minnesota defeated North Carolina 29-11 125 - Sean Russell (Minnesota) over Joe Heilmann (North Carolina) Maj 14-3 133 - Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) over Gary Wayne Harding (North Carolina) TF 18-0 141 - AC Headlee (North Carolina) over Mitchell McKee (Minnesota) TB-1 (Fall) 7:35 149 - Austin O`Connor (North Carolina) over Thomas Thorn (Minnesota) Dec 7-3 157 - Steve Bleise (Minnesota) over Josh McClure (North Carolina) Dec 8-6 165 - Carson Brolsma (Minnesota) over Sawyer Davidson (North Carolina) Dec 4-2 174 - Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) over Will MacDonald (North Carolina) TF 17-0 184 - Chip Ness (North Carolina) over Brandon Krone (Minnesota) Dec 8-7 197 - Rylee Streifel (Minnesota) over Chasen Blair (North Carolina) Dec 6-1 285 - Gable Steveson (Minnesota) over cory Daniel (North Carolina) Fall 1:43 North Carolina's team score was adjusted by -1.0 for control of mat
  18. I've had 2 devices going at once just last month for some of the open tournaments. Has it changed since then?
  19. Minnesota over Fresno State 31-6.
  20. Ryan Lewis 133 Minnesota was a backup to Brett Lawrence in 2001 (10 AA year for MN). The next year he was runner up to Johnny Thompson, OSU.
  21. Minnesota gets a 35-6 win against South Dakota State in front of a big crowd at Maturi Pavillion.
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