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  1. I think he lost the brick by then.
  2. Well, thank you. Tee up another one for me and I'll obliterate, too. ;)
  3. I didn't realize how severely I refuted your post, until I saw you had to do something like this. My apologies.
  4. That is a moronic assessment. The ref started running in before the cradle, and it doesn't take a genius to figure out ADS was just covering his face as cried in pain. If RBY's sole purpose was to pull the leg out safely, he wouldn't have gone to the trouble to turn the foot 90 degrees, and then pull UP and out violently. He just would have grabbed the ankle.
  5. I would bet a million dollars his MCL is torn, or partially torn. RBY methodically decided to change ADS' foot position and pulled it out at a 90 degree pointing away from the tibia. He then grabbed the toes and calf, and violently pulled up and out, making the foot a lever to twist the tibia thus tearing that knee ligament. If his goal was to merely get the leg out a bit he would have grabbed the ankle instead and just pulled it out a bit. There is only one reason to turn the foot and pull up on the toes, and that is to stress the joints in a direction they're not designed to go.
  6. I think some Iowa wrestlers are ranked too high. Murin, Lugo, Young, and Assad. I think nationals will come down to the wire. And this isn't my first rodeo. I've been to 26 of these things in a row, I think. I remember the year Okie State was the clear favorite and I was trying to crunch numbers to see how Iowa would win. The year was 1997, and Iowa broke the record.
  7. White stalled and rested to get him escape attempts, too. And White is trying to crawl out of bounds. Why should Marinelli be dinged for stalling for tying to keep his toe in? That's not time for a stalling. It's time for the ref to call a stalemate.
  8. White is simply better at not getting turned, but I'm convinced Marinelli was also trying to break him down. He went for the arm numerous times, which means it's not a true spiral ride, like with Nelson having the half in, too. White spent many wonderful seconds with his head down, too. Yeah, when somebody has a leg like Lovett they have both arms free, to appear to do more, but it's practically no better than what Marinelli could have done if he could have broke him down.
  9. You can't have it both ways. If Marinelli is stalling then Lovett was stalling. In truth they were both breaking the guy down trying to go for the turn, against a person that is very hard to turn. The same is true concerning DeSanto and White. If one is stalling so is the other.
  10. Wasn't Cassiopi called for stalling on that exact thing?
  11. You are wrong proven by the fact that Iowa was rode the entire third period resulting in no stalls for top at 133..
  12. I don't think it is right to call Cael "God."
  13. Purdue, with highly ranked wrestlers, only manages one offensive score. It was a TD on Young. Spencer just crushed his highly ranked guy. Warner dispenses their highest ranked guy. It has to be discouraging.
  14. It's so far from over, and the amount of reasoning proving that couldn't be quantified.
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