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Chrissn2001

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  1. 23 players for Clemson's football team tested positive...certainly doesn't help. I'm growing less and less confident each day.
  2. Ryan's run was awesome to follow that year.
  3. I'm going to take a different perspective maybe. I looked on Wikipedia to see the Hodge winners since 2000 based on weight class. Here's what I have: 125: Lee 133: Ness 141: Steiber 149: Retherford (twice) 157: No Hodge winner, so Nolf vs. Burroughs maybe? I want to choose JB because of later contributions, but Nolf probably had better college stats. 165: Dieringer/Taylor/Dake...nod to Dake based on most champs, but wow tough group. Edit: maybe the nod should go to DT, who won it twice at this weight. 174: Askren 184: Sanderson (2X at the weight) 197: Nickal/Wilson...nod to Nickal for most championships 285: Mocco
  4. Steve Martin? You could just say he's The Jerk. This sucks. They were a legitimate program; probably never a top ten team, but fielded a good squad given minimal history. Maybe the school getting D1 football a few years back made this bound to happen.
  5. I guess I'm thinking Fix and Suriano fit this idea because they are now considered 33s. Also, hasn't Gross competed at 57 kg? I would think Rivera would throw his hat in the ring too at that weight. I could be off with this thinking, and I'm okay with being wrong. I just know sometimes weights appear easy, but in reality it's because guys move up or down to avoid dominate wrestlers.
  6. When discussing the depth of a weight class, could it be argued that several fellas left 125 to avoid Spencer? I feel like some of the guys at 133 planned on wrestling 57 kg internationally, but chose to wrestle up during the season. I don't buy into kids at this level running away from guys, but this forum is filled with silliness so why not?
  7. Has he won 3 yet? Maybe we should consider him the best 2 timer first... Poor Spencer, all holdup in his home and has to read all these hateful posts about him.
  8. Nah, a dude that pinned another guy in practice several, even hundreds of (according to you), times before is not focusing on 7 minutes. However, it's your agenda; I'm just not sure even DT would co-sign.
  9. Soooo, you (and Bubba) are saying that DT wasn't the practice dummy that Mokoma thinks he was? My man was just trying to not get pinned himself according to...himself.
  10. Not sure if this was already mentioned (I skipped to the last page), but I have to assume he's the first non-champion to win the award, yes? Furthermore, anyone saying 125 was a weak weight class should be ousted from this site.
  11. I like your determination. You surely would have gotten out of Bubba's cradle with as much effort as you're using to convince yourself and the others of this idea.
  12. Probably can't add anything new to this, but I'm glad to see this came out. In the moment, I also thought MK was scoring due to Hall's back being completely parallel with the mat even though MK's body was somewhat in the way. I couldn't really tell who was initiating anything and was surprised to see minimal reaction from the Hawkeyes involved. I think some coaches would have at least challenged this or were they out by that point in the tournament?
  13. Not sure about VJ, I've seen him rattled. His hands start to flutter when he can't get to his shot. I don't care either way. I'm also apathetic, but I still don't think GS cares to outwork his talent.
  14. Does GS care either way? Am I mistaking his calm confidence for apathy or does he really not care what happens out there? He seems to be taking for granted his talent...am I wrong?
  15. Maybe this was mentioned earlier, but if there is ducking...wouldn't it be DeSanto protecting his against Gross?
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