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    New Flo Rankings

    Thank you for the timely response and keep up the good work !
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    New Flo Rankings

    I didn't mention the NAIA loss or the loss to Brayton Lee (redshirt) as those losses are likely not applicable due to those wrestlers not being in the pool of 75 D1 Starters. I also didn't mentioned Martin's previous NCAA results. At this late juncture of the season, the Rankers are focusing on this seasons results only. I agree with all your other comments including #8 Heil. I am also hoping that FLO will shed some light on what I may be missing.
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    New Flo Rankings

    Spey does a great job with the FLO Rankings. I look forward to their release every week. I also appreciate that there is some explanation/basis provided each week for the Rankings. I know in the past he has responded to questions on this Forum, so here goes : Regarding the 1-21-19 Rankings, 149 lbs., I don't understand the following : #11 Mauller (Missouri) 18-1 record (vs D1), his only loss to #13 Degen whom he has split with 3 Wins over Top 20 FLO opponents (#9 Martin, #12 Thomsen, #13 Degen) #9 Martin (Wisconsin) 12-6 record (vs D1), with losses to #11 Mauller & unranked Purinton 2 Wins over Top 20 FLO opponents (#10 Berge & #18 Rohlfing) I don’t see how Martin gets ranked above Mauller in any objective Ranking.
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    Injury questions going into March

    As I have read on various forums. My unbiased thoughts FWIW : 1. Weigel done for the season. 2. Boo expected to be back. Hard to fathom that he replaces GFeller, but that seems to be the opinion of some OSU fans in the know. 3. Chavez apparently having a real difficult time making weight. 4. Good question. What Lehigh wrestler hasn't struggled with injuries ? Probably proceeding with caution. 5.. IMO, its not the the gunshot wound as much as the cumulative injuries to his knee over his career. Iowa needs his NCAA points & will take no risks. 6. He is working his way into peak form/shape. 7. We should know soon. 8&9. See #7 10. Career over.
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    100% Bonus Rate

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    WrestlingByPirate D-1 Week in Preview, January 21-27

    This is the ONE event (besides EIWA & NCAA) that you would assume they wouldn’t dismiss. Not a good look IMO.
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    With Erneste being done after this season..... I expect Alan Hart, Colby Smith, & Malik Johnson to compete for the 133 spot next season.
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    Results for Missouri wrestlers at "Roger Denker Open" today in Warrensburg, MO. Brackets on Track Wrestling. 125 Cevion Severado 3-0 (1st) Cameron Valdiviez 1-1 (2nd) 133 Weston Diblasi 3-1 (3rd) 141 Alan Hart 4-0 (1st) Nick Nasenbeny 3-1 (2nd) 149 Alex Butler 3-0 (1st) Malik Johnson 3-1 (3rd) Sam Ritchie 0-3 (6th) 157 Derek McDaniel 0-2 165 Peyton Mocco 3-1 (2nd) Martell Boone 4-1 (3rd) 174 Jeremiak Kent 3-0 (1st) 184 Cordell Duhart 2-0 (1st) 285 Rodrigo Diaz 2-0 (1st) Jacob Bohlken 1-1 (2nd)
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    Stencel isn’t bad. Credit to him.
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    True Freshman & undersized at 285. With that being said, I was there, & it was a close match before the Fall. Zach will be fine.
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    Missouri improves their Dual record to 13-0 by defeating MAC opponent C. Michigan, 32-15. Notes: 1) Missouri extends their Dual winning streak to 33 consecutive. 2) Missouri forfeits (again) at 184. ======================================================================== 125: Hildebrandt (CMU) dec Punke (M), sv 133: Erneste (M) wbf Perez (CMU) 141: Eierman (M) wbf Simon (CMU) 149: Mauller (M) dec Simon (CMU), 9-5 157: Jacques (M) wbf Raczkowski (CMU) 165: Flynn (M) TF Fedewa (CMU) 174: Fortuna (M) dec Lieber (CMU), 6-3 184: Atienza (CMU) wins via Forfeit 197: Koelling (M) dec Pelham (CMU), UNI), 5-3 285: Stencel (CMU) wbf Elam (M)
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    The following is Mizzou's Press Release for the Saturday afternoon Home Dual versus MAC opponent, Central Michigan. Of Note : 1) The event will be held at Mizzou arena (not Hearnes Center). 2) Big matches at 125, 157, & 285. 3) With 184 being TBA, will Mizzou repeat what they did at Ohio U. (Fortuna @ 174 & bump Lewis up to 184) ? ================================================================================================= COLUMBIA, Mo. – Fifth-ranked Mizzou Wrestling, winner of its last 32 duals, closes out a two-match homestand Saturday at it hosts Central Michigan as part of the Beauty & The Beast event, alongside No. 10 Mizzou Gymnastics. The unique event will be held at 1 p.m. inside Mizzou Arena and features a pair of top-10 ranked Mizzou teams in Wrestling and Gymnastics. Mizzou Wrestling will be broadcast live on ESPN3 for fans who are unable to attend. Tiger Style is coming off a 29-12 drubbing of No. 14 Northern Iowa Thursday, winning seven of 10 bouts while forfeiting at 184. The Tigers are a perfect 12-0 this season and have defeated Central Michigan once during its current 32-match win streak, a 29-6 decision last year. Mizzou is 6-4-1 all-time against Central Michigan, which comes into Saturday's dual at 2-3 on the year, most recently falling to Old Dominion on Jan. 4. Mizzou defeated Old Dominion, 40-3, earlier this season. Mizzou is 5-1 against Central Michigan since joining the MAC and has won the last five against the Chippewas. The featured match Saturday will be at heavyweight as Mizzou true freshman No. 16 Zach Elam will face a top-15 opponent in No. 14 Matt Stencel, who is 16-4 on the year. Elam comes into the dual at 17-5. Below are the complete projected lineups for the dual. 125 Pounds – Dack Punke (7-4) vs. Drew Hildebrandt (11-7) 133 Pounds – #10 John Erneste (12-3) vs. Brock Bergelin (5-10) or Deven Perez (7-5) 141 Pounds – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-3) vs. Drew Marten (6-9) 149 Pounds – #11 Brock Mauller (21-1) vs. Dresden Simon (3-8) or Luke Raczkowski (2-6) 157 Pounds – #16 Jarrett Jacques (19-5) vs. Logan Parks (16-7) 165 Pounds – #13 Connor Flynn (14-4) vs. Bret Fedewa (6-10) or Blake Montrie (4-6) or Sage Castillo (4-3) 174 Pounds – #4 Daniel Lewis (17-1) vs. Collin Lieber (6-11) 184 Pounds – TBA vs. Jordan Atienza (10-7) or Jacob Gray (2-7) 197 Pounds – #16 Wyatt Koelling (14-7) vs. Landon Pelham (5-9) 285 Pounds – #16 Zach Elam (17-5) vs. #14 Matt Stencel (16-4)
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    Missouri improves their Dual record to 12-0 by defeating ex-MAC opponent N. Iowa, 29-12. Notes: 1) Missouri extends their Dual winning streak to 32 consecutive. 2) Missouri forfeits at 184. ======================================================================== 125: Punke (M) dec Schwarm (UNI), 6-2 133: Erneste (M) wbf Skudlarczyk (UNI) 141: Alber (UNI) dec Eierman (M), 4-2 149: Mauller (M) dec Thomsen (UNI), 9-3 157: Jacques (M) MDec Schoenfelder (UNI), 12-4 165: Steiert (UNI) dec Flynn (M), 7-1 174: Lewis (M) wbf Lujan (UNI) 184: Foster (UNI) wins via Forfeit 197: Koelling (M) dec Gordon (UNI), 5-1 285: Elam (M) Mdec Shedenhelm (UNI), 11-2
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    Tonights dual will stream live (free) on MUTigers.com Wrestlestat prediction : https://www.wrestlestat.com/compare/dual/43/missouri/52/northern-iowa
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    The following is Mizzou's Press Release for Thursday nights Home Dual versus Northern Iowa. Of Note : No 184 pounder listed for Missouri. Wisman has not wrestled since South Beach. Marriott perhaps ? ======================================================================================================================== COLUMBIA, Mo. – No. 5 Mizzou Wrestling will face one of its largest tests of the season as 14th-ranked Northern Iowa comes to the Hearnes Center for a 7 p.m. dual Thursday (Jan. 17). Mizzou is a perfect 11-0 this season has won 31 consecutive duals dating back to the 2016-17 season and Northern Iowa was actually the last team to defeat the Tigers, a 25-10 decision at the Hearnes Center on Feb. 12, 2017. Northern Iowa comes into Thursday's dual at 2-3 overall in dual competition this season, but has four wrestlers ranked in their respective weight classes. Thursday's dual will feature four bouts that will pit ranked wrestler vs. ranked wrestler, including a pair of top-10 bouts. Third-ranked 141-pounder Jaydin Eierman will face ninth-ranked Josh Alber and fourth-ranked 174-pounder Daniel Lewis will face eighth-ranked Taylor Lujan of UNI, highlighting what should be an exciting dual. The complete lineups for both teams are below. 125 Pounds – Dack Punke (6-4) vs. Jay Schwarm 133 Pounds – #10 John Erneste (11-3) vs. Jack Skudlarczyk 141 Pounds – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-1) vs. #9 Josh Alber 149 Pounds – #11 Brock Mauller (20-1) vs. #8 Max Thomsen 157 Pounds – #16 Jarrett Jacques (18-5) vs. Paden Moore or Patrick Schoenfelder 165 Pounds – #13 Connor Flynn (13-3) vs. #11 Bryce Steiert 174 Pounds – #4 Daniel Lewis (16-1) vs. #8 Taylor Lujan 184 Pounds – TBA vs. #9 Drew Foster 197 Pounds – #16 Wyatt Koelling (13-7) vs. Tyrell Gordon 285 Pounds – #16 Zach Elam (16-5) vs. Carter Isley or Izaak Shedenhelm
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    VA Duals

    Did Early (ODU) get injured in his loss to LaPrade (VT) ? Noticed ODU was open at 157 during their last 2 duals after the VT dual.
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    Missouri improves their Dual record to 11-0 by defeating MAC opponent Ohio, 30-12. Notes: 1) Missouri does not wrestle 4 Starters (Smith-125, Erneste-133, Eierman-141, Wisman-184) 2) Colby Smith did not weigh-in at 133 as expected per Press Release. 3) Lewis bumps up to 184 and gets the Fall ======================================================================== 125: Laney (O) dec Punke (M), sv 133: Guillen (O) wins via Forf 141: Kelly (O) dec Hart (M), 2-0 149: Mauller (M) dec A. Hagan (O), 6-1 157: Jacques (M) wbf Carson (O) 165: Flynn (M) dec Yinger (O), 6-5 174: Fortuna (M) dec Stanley (O), 10-4 184: Lewis (M) wbf Yeargan (O) 197: Koelling (M) wbf Naples (O) 285: Elam (M) dec Parker (O), 2-0
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    Cowboy Shootout

    Harding was R16 in 2015 & R32 in 2016. With that being said, I am hoping he makes a deep run in his final season. Also agree that Branch would be a great replacement at OSU although I would hate for Wyoming to lose him.
  19. I have been a strong proponent of an 8 team playoff with all P5 champs + best non P5 + the remaining 2 highest ranked Teams. Seeded 1 thru 8. With that being said, your suggestion is interesting and has merit.
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    Missouri - '18/'19

    The following is Mizzou's Press Release for Friday's Dual at Ohio U. Of Note : 1) Colby Smith is listed at 133. Read into that as you choose. 2) For Ohio, it appears that Cam Kelly will assume the 141 starting role from Kyran Hagan. ================================================================================================================================================ COLUMBIA, Mo. – Fifth-ranked Mizzou Wrestling travels to Athens, Ohio, this Friday to take on MAC foe Ohio at 6 p.m. (CT). The dual is Mizzou's first since going a perfect 4-0 at the South Beach Duals from Dec. 29-30 in Fort Lauderdale. The Tigers carry a 30-match dual winning streak into Friday's dual as the team sits at a perfect 10-0 during the 2018-19 season. Ohio comes into Friday's dual at 2-2 on the year. Mizzou and Ohio last met on Dec. 10, 2017, at the Hearnes Center as the Tigers earned a 36-3 win, claiming nine of the 10 weight classes. In fact, Mizzou has won all six duals against the Bobcats since joining the MAC for the 2012-13 season. The closest Ohio has come to knocking off the Tigers was a 25-18 decision in Athens on Dec. 13, 2014. Over the last three meetings with Ohio, Mizzou has outscored the Bobcats, 98-19, winning 25 of 30 bouts. Below is the lineup that Coach Brian Smith will send to the mat Friday. As many as five freshmen could be in the lineup for Mizzou. 125 – Dack Punke (6-4) vs. Shakur Laney or Trevor Giallombardo 133 – #9 John Erneste (12-2) or #18 Colby Smith (6-2) vs. Mario Guillen 141 – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-2) or Allan Hart (9-5) vs. Cameron Kelly 149 – #14 Brock Mauller (20-1) vs. Alec Hagan 157 – #19 Jarrett Jacques (18-5) vs. Zac Carson 165 – #13 Connor Flynn (13-3) vs. Colt Yinger 174 – #4 Daniel Lewis (15-1) vs. Logan Stanley 184 – #15 Dylan Wisman (13-5) vs. Hunter Yeargan 197 – #20 Wyatt Koelling (12-7) vs. Aaron Naples/Nate Hall 285 – #16 Zach Elam (15-5) vs. Zack Parker
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    Augustana to move to Division-I.

    Delete. Same question as RichB
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    Oklahoma St

    Win. Can Boo coming off a long absence/injury now beat Gfeller who has won all 16 of his matches since taking over 149 ? If yes, I completely agree with you that Boo should get 149 back. However, I wonder if that is the case ? Hence the speculation that Boo "may" wrestle 157. Depends what your definition of "winning" is. If you mean Championship, then I agree. There are 4 Team Trophies. The Cowboys are very much in contention for 2nd/3rd/4th. Who occupies 149 & 157 could prove to be the difference between 2nd/3rd, 3rd/4th, or 4th/5th. Only Coach Smith knows how important "final placement" is to him & the Program.
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    Oklahoma St

    Agree that the 157 hole is more of a concern than 141. Gfeller has earned the right to stay at 149. Could Boo score points at 157 ? is Geo Martinez officially done ?
  24. I talked to the Hofstra coach at Vegas. They have a “roster limit” which is a real challenge regarding workout partners, etc. Considering these restraints, I believe he is doing a good job overall. OU - too early to judge. Maryland - obviously long overdue for a change in leadership.
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    South Beach Duals - opportunity

    RichB nailed it. The 2 Coaches that were instrumental in creating this event (Rob Koll & Brian Smith) have no desire to make this a bracketed/meat-grinder event. The purpose is/was to get their wrestlers matches during the Holiday break with the "flexibility" to dual opponents of THEIR choosing. And Florida is a nice late-December destination. This has become a nice Event in just a few years and serves the purpose for all participating Teams.
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