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Red95

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  1. Assuming he is a 125lber? And Vito at 133?
  2. I doubt it. The other photo is Joey Galasso and he won't be wrestling either.
  3. Could also be living with his parents rather than on campus. I think he’s from Paramus and from there it’s a lot easier to get into NYC than down to New Brunswick.
  4. Berreyesa makes it to day 2 and the consi semis; one more win qualifies him for the trials.
  5. It’s there but you can’t post.
  6. It seems like a better way to do it would have the non-olympic world champ in the 1 seed slot with byes to the semifinals. Then you draw the bracket normally for 2 through 7 seeds. If you want to go past 7 seeds, just skip 8 & 9 and put those people in where 10 and 11 would normally be drawn in. That way the 4/5 winner has to face the world champ and 2/3 wouldn't face the world champ until the finals of the challenge tournament.
  7. 74kg is already qualified (along with 97) so this example doesn't apply. There is a theoretical chance for 86kg though which hasn't qualified. So if Cox dropped to 86 and had a bye to the semis but someone else qualified the weight this situation would apply. Perhaps more interesting is who gets the nod at the Pan Am qualifier which is before OTT.
  8. Highlights here: https://www.ncaa.com/video/wrestling/2012-02-27/wrestling-ness-minnesota
  9. Bio from Indiana: https://iuhoosiers.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=8568
  10. Looks like Steveson took silver and Wood bronze at 125kg in addition to Graff's bronze today. I don't know the details but sounds like a rough outing for Steveson - lost 0-12.
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