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  1. Lennie Zalesky was a 3 x AA and twice finished second at the NCAAs. Jim did better.
  2. Dennis is probably a place holder. I'm sure there is a grand plan yet to be revealed. Spencer is graduating and Iowa will clear the deck to keep him in Iowa City for life.
  3. If I were a dectective, I would certainly entertain the idea that Cox didn't want to wrestle.
  4. I thought it was Yianni's time. I was totally wrong about him.
  5. I'll vote for bad coverage. And, I'm bummed UCLA lost.
  6. Smith's international freestyle record was 100-5. His last competition was the 1992 Olympics. He was a few days short of his 27th birthday when he won his sixth consecutive gold.
  7. He had ACL and shoulder surgery before he got to Iowa City. Looks like you should search around for somebody else to blame. Crap post.
  8. Total means for the series. Why the insult? Did I do something to you to justify that?
  9. How many takedowns do you expect to see when these two wrestle? I'm guessing between zero and one - total.
  10. Romero should have been hit for stalling much earlier. Might have salvaged the match.
  11. So in theory, with extensive "marketing" the WNBA could out draw the NBA? Is that where you're going?
  12. The thread title says "best" wrestler in OU history. What's the point of having a thread discussing the best wrestler in OU history if we can dispute the validity of "objective" list? Can we only point out point computation errors in formulating the list?
  13. Listing a Pat Smith ahead of Hodge and Gable doesn't sit right.
  14. Dave and Mark Schultz credited to UCLA - come on. Kevin Jackson should be Iowa State.
  15. Probably the campus squirrel hunting. But seriously, for a state with one of the lower percentage of black residences in the country, the University of Iowa has an outlandish tradition in welcoming minorities. First woman in the entire nation to earn a law degree - 1873 G. Alexander Clark - first black in the United States to earn a law degree - 1879 Believed to be the first black varsity athlete ever - Frank Holbrook 1895 The first black All-American football player Duke Slater - 1921 The first black NCAA wrestling champion - Simon Roberts 1956 The University of Iowa is not perfect, but the school tradition for welcoming blacks and minorities is well know - at least in Iowa. But then again, wrestlers hunting rabbits and squirrels on campus is the quick take I guess.
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