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  1. It's very easy to look at a wrestler as the sum of his skill set. However, great wrestlers like Gable, John Smith, and Burroughs are supreme competitors. They find a way to win. IMO, Spencer Lee is one of those competitors. Mueller may beat him, but he is not going to be able to replay the last match. It ain't that simply against a competitor.
  2. When Snyder and Cox face off, how many takedowns are we likely to see? It's conceivable we see none. This will most likely be decided on push outs and shot clock. IMO Snyder size gives him the advantage if the matches go that way.
  3. Wrestlestat needs to eyeball these rankings and make adjustments. It's a huge weakness simply to rely on an algorithm.
  4. I still favor Hall, but that was a legit win for Kemmerer. I'd like to see these two in the finals.
  5. Yep - Hall's never been in front of a hostile crowd.
  6. I thought Yianni was going to be the next big thing. Sure not looking that way now. I'm a little surprised.
  7. You got this all wrong. Turk thought Stoll was an intruder and shot him. No charges were filed. Stoll would not give police a straight story wanting to protect Turk - not a crime in Iowa. Tell me where this is a felony "with mandatory jail."
  8. The domestic assault charge was bogus and was dismissed. You left that out. As a freshman, Alex Meyer was arrested for rabbit hunting on campus. Oh My. Alex is in medical school now. He's a real bad dude.
  9. Burroughs dominance began sometime in his junior year, probably at the time he won the Las Vegas Invitational by beating defending NCAA champion Jordan Leen of Cornell. He wasn't too bad as a 19 year old sophomore either - finishing third in a very tough 149 pound field.
  10. Burroughs had his double going full steam in 2009. Nolf would have no answer for that.
  11. The new not-funny, ill-informed, butthurt mudflap. It's getting old.
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