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  1. American- Josh Glenn Appalachian State- Austin Trotman Arizona State-Dan St. John Binghamton-Donald Vinson Bloomsburg-RICKY BONOMO Brown-Ophir Bernstein Bucknell-Kevin LeValley Buffalo-Kyle Cerminara Cal Poly-BORIS NOVACHKOV Cal Bakersfield- Stephen Neal Cal Fresno State- Stephen Abas Cal Davis- Derek Moore Campbell-Nathan Kraisser Central Michigan-Casey Cunningham Citadel-Ugi Khishignyam Clarion- Kurt Angle/ Wade Schalles Cleveland State-Dan Carcelli Columbia-STEVE SANTOS Cornell- Kyle Dake Davidson- Drexel-Ryan Hluschak Duke-Conner Hartmann Eastern Michigan- Joel Smith Edinboro- Josh Koscheck Franklin & Marshall-Brian Brown Gardner- Webb-Austin Trott George Mason-John Curtis Harvard-Jesse Jantzen Hofstra-Nick Gallo Illinois-Isaiah Martinez Indiana- Joe Dubuque Iowa- Lincoln McIlravy Iowa State- Cael Sanderson Kent State- Dustin Kilgore Lehigh- Mike Caruso Lock Haven-Cary Kolat Maryland-Hudson Taylor Michigan- Mark Churella Michigan State- Greg Johnson Minnesota- Damion Hahn Missouri- Ben Askren Nebraska-Jordan Burroughs North Carolina State-Nick Gwiazdowski North Carolina- Tj Jaworsky North Dakota State-Steven Monk Northern Colorado- Justin Gaethje Northern Illinois-Roy Conrad Northern Iowa-Bill Koll Northwestern- Jake Herbert Ohio State- Logan Stieber Ohio-Jake Percival Oklahoma- Mark Schultz Oklahoma State- Pat Smith Old Dominion-Wayne Bright Oregon State- Les Gutches U Penn- Matt Velenti Penn State- Zain Retherford Pittsburgh-Pat Santoro Princeton-John Orr Purdue-Chris Fleeger Rider-Chad Walsh Rutgers-Anthony Ashnault Sacred Heart- South Dakota State- Seth Gross Southern Illinois Edwardsville-Tim Wright Stanford-Nick Amuchastegui Tennessee Chattanooga-Charlie Heard Air Force Academy-KEVIN HOY U.S. Military Academy West Point-Mike Natvig U. S. Naval Academy-John Reich Utah Valley-Ben Kjar Virginia-Nick Sulzer VMI-Charlie Branch Virginia Tech-DEVIN CARTER West Virginia-Greg Jones WIsconsin- Lee Kemp Wyoming- Reese Andy Programs No Longer Active Syracuse-Gene Mills Clemson- Sammy Henson East Stoudsburg- Jack Cuvo LSU-Kevin Jackson Kentucky- Slippery Rock-Stan Dziedzic BYU-Aaron Holker Portland State-Rick Sanders Toledo- Eastern Illinois- Geno Savegnago Grand Valley State- Miami (Ohio)- Oregon-Shane Webster UCLA-Fred Bohna California (Pa)- Oakland Michigan- Morgan State- Northern Michigan- Southern Connecticut State- Cal State Sacramento- Central Florida- Youngstown State- Southwest Missouri- Southern Illinois Carbondale-Larry Kristoff Minnesota Morris- Many Others Sadly-
  2. Who was the best wrestler ever from each of these school? American- Appalachian State- Arizona State- Binghamton- Bloomsburg- Brown- Bucknell- Buffalo- Cal Poly- Cal Bakersfield- Cal Fresno State- Campbell- Central Michigan- Citadel- Clarion- Cleveland State- Columbia- Cornell- Davidson- Drexel- Duke- Eastern Michigan- Edinboro- Franklin & Marshall- Gardner- Webb- George Mason- Harvard- Hofstra- Illinois- Indiana- Iowa- Iowa State- Kent State- Lehigh- Lock Haven- Maryland- Michigan- Michigan State- Minnesota- Missouri- Nebraska- North Carolina State- North Carolina- North Dakota State- Northern Colorado- Northern Illinois- Northern Iowa- Northwestern- Ohio State- Ohio- Oklahoma- Oklahoma State- Old Dominion- Oregon State- U Penn- Penn State- Pittsburgh- Princeton- Purdue- Rider- Rutgers- Sacred Heart- South Dakota State- Southern Illinois Edwardsville- Stanford- Tennessee Chattanooga- Air Force Academy- U.S. Military Academy West Point- U. S. Naval Academy- Utah Valley- Virginia- VMI- Virginia Tech- West Virginia- WIsconsin- Wyoming- Programs No Longer Active Syracuse- LSU- Kentucky- Slippery Rock- BYU- Portland State- Toledo- Eastern Illinois- Grand Valley State- Miami (Ohio)- Oregon- UCLA- California (Pa)- Oakland Michigan- Morgan State- Northern Michigan- Southern Connecticut State- Cal State Sacramento- Central Florida- Youngstown State- Southwest Missouri- Southern Illinois Carbondale- Minnesota Morris- Many Others Sadly-
  3. What wrestlers do you think could of had the best careers if they didn't get injured?
  4. If you had to show non-wrestlers the best wrestling matches ever what matches would you show?
  5. Could any of the current head coaches make a run and knock out our current world team members?
  6. Northwestern went from one of the top recruiting classes with these 4 to what? Beard- verbal de-commit Cassioppi- verbal de-commit Karoly- verbal de-commit Jessen- verbal commit Does Jessen stay?
  7. List of champions 125: 1999-Stephen Abas (Fresno State) 2000-Jeremy Hunter (Penn State) 2001-Stephen Abas (Fresno State) 2002-Stephen Abas (Fresno State) 2003-Travis Lee (Cornell) 2004-Jason Powell (Nebraska) 2005-Joe Dubuque (Indiana) 2006-Joe Dubuque (Indiana) 2007-Paul Donahoe (Nebraska) 2008-Angel Escobedo (Indiana) 2009-Troy Nickerson (Cornell) 2010-Matt McDonough (Iowa) 2011-Anthony Robles (Arizona State) 2012-Matt McDonough (Iowa) 2013-Jesse Delgado (Illinois) 2014-Jesse Delgado (Illinois) 2015-Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State) 2016-Nico Megaludis (Penn State) 2017-Darian Cruz (Lehigh) I'll go with 2002 Stephen Abas! 133 1999-Eric Guerrero (Oklahoma State) 2000-Eric Juergens (Iowa) 2001-Eric Juergens (Iowa) 2002-Johnny Thompson (Oklahoma State) 2003-Johnny Thompson (Oklahoma State) 2004-Zach Roberson (Iowa State) 2005-Travis Lee (Cornell) 2006-Matt Valenti (Pennsylvania) 2007-Matt Valenti (Pennsylvania) 2008-Coleman Scott (Oklahoma State) 2009-Franklin Gomez (Michigan State) 2010-Jayson Ness (Minnesota) 2011-Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) 2012-Logan Stieber (Ohio State) 2013-Logan Stieber (Ohio State) 2014-Tony Ramos (Iowa) 2015-Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) 2016-Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) 2017-Cory Clark (Iowa) My pick is 2008 Coleman Scott 141 1999-Doug Schwab (Iowa) 2000-Carl Perry (Illinois) 2001-Michael Lightner (Oklahoma) 2002-Aaron Holker (Iowa State) 2003-Teyon Ware (Oklahoma) 2004-Cliff Moore (Iowa) 2005-Teyon Ware (Oklahoma) 2006-Nate Gallick (Iowa State) 2007-Derek Moore (UC Davis) 2008-Jeff Jaggers (Ohio State) 2009-Jeff Jaggers (Ohio State) 2010-Kyle Dake (Cornell) 2011-Kellen Russell (Michigan) 2012-Kellen Russell (Michigan) 2013-Kendric Maple (Oklahoma) 2014-Logan Stieber (Ohio State) 2015-Logan Stieber (Ohio State) 2016-Dean Heil (Oklahoma State) 2017-Dean Heil (Oklahoma State) My Pick is 2015- Logan Stieber 149 1999-TJ Williams (Iowa) 2000-Tony Davis (Northern Iowa) 2001-Adam Tirapelle (Illinois) 2002-Jared Lawrence (Minnesota) 2003-Eric Larkin (Arizona State) 2004-Jesse Jantzen (Harvard) 2005-Zack Esposito (Oklahoma State) 2006-Dustin Schlatter (Minnesota) 2007-Gregor Gillespie (Edinboro) 2008-Brent Metcalf (Iowa) 2009-Darrion Caldwell (NC State) 2010-Brent Metcalf (Iowa) 2011-Kyle Dake (Cornell) 2012-Frank Molinaro (Penn State) 2013-Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) 2014-Jason Tsirtsis (Northwestern) 2015-Drake Houdashelt (Missouri) 2016-Zain Retherford (Penn State) 2017-Zain Retherford (Penn State) My Pick- 2017 Zain Retherford 157 1999-Casey Cunningham (Central Michigan) 2000-Brett Matter (Pennsylvania) 2001-TJ Williams (Iowa) 2002-Luke Becker (Minnesota) 2003-Ryan Bertin (Michigan) 2004-Matt Gentry (Stanford) 2005-Ryan Bertin (Michigan) 2006-Ben Cherrington (Boise State) 2007-Trent Paulson (Iowa State) 2008-Jordan Leen (Cornell) 2009-Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska) 2010-JP O'Connor (Harvard) 2011-Bubba Jenkins (Arizona State) 2012-Kyle Dake (Cornell) 2013-Derek St. John (Iowa) 2014-Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) 2015-Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) 2016-Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) 2017-Jason Nolf (Penn State) My Pick 2012 Kyle Dake 165 1999-Kirk White (Boise State) 2000-Donny Pritzlaff (Wisconsin) 2001-Donny Prizlaff (Wisconsin) 2002-Joe Heskett (Iowa State) 2003-Matt Lackey (Illinois) 2004-Troy Letters (Lehigh) 2005-Johny Hendricks (Oklahoma State) 2006-Johny Hendricks (Oklahoma State) 2007-Mark Perry (Iowa) 2008-Mark Perry (Iowa) 2009-Jarrod King (Edinboro) 2010-Andrew Howe (Wisconsin) 2011-Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska) 2012-David Taylor (Penn State) 2013-Kyle Dake (Cornell) 2014-David Taylor (Penn State) 2015-Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) 2016-Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) 2017-Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State) My Pick- 2013 Kyle Dake 174 1999-Glenn Pritzlaff (Penn State) 2000-Byron Tucker (Oklahoma) 2001-Josh Koscheck (Edinboro) 2002-Greg Jones (West Virginia) 2003-Robbie Waller (Oklahoma) 2004-Chris Pendleton (Oklahoma State) 2005-Chris Pendleton (Oklahoma State) 2006-Ben Askren (Missouri) 2007-Ben Askren (Missouri) 2008-Keith Gavin (Pittsburgh) 2009-Steve Luke (Michigan) 2010-Jay Borschel (Iowa) 2011-Jon Reader (Iowa State) 2012-Ed Ruth (Penn State) 2013-Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) 2014-Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) 2015-Matt Brown (Penn State) 2016-Myles Martin (Ohio State) 2017-Mark Hall (Penn State) My Pick 2007 Ben Askren 184 1999-Cael Sanderson (Iowa State) 2000-Cael Sanderson (Iowa State) 2001-Cael Sanderson (Iowa State) 2002-Rob Rohn (Lehigh) 2003-Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State) 2004-Greg Jones (West Virginia) 2005-Greg Jones (West Virginia) 2006-Shane Webster (Oregon) 2007-Jake Herbert (Northwestern) 2008-Mike Pucillo (Ohio State) 2009-Jake Herbert (Northwestern) 2010-Max Askren (Missouri) 2011-Quentin Wright (Penn State) 2012-Steve Bosak (Cornell) 2013-Ed Ruth (Penn State) 2014-Ed Ruth (Penn State) 2015-Gabe Dean (Cornell) 2016-Gabe Dean (Cornell) 2017-Bo Nickal (Penn State) My Pick 2001 Cael Sanderson 197 1999-Tim Hartung (Minnesota) 2000-Brad Vering (Nebraska) 2001-Mark Munoz (Oklahoma State) 2002-Cael Sanderson (Iowa State) 2003-Damion Hahn (Minnesota) 2004-Damion Hahn (Minnesota) 2005-Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State) 2006-Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State) 2007-Josh Glenn (American) 2008-Phil Davis (Penn State) 2009-Jake Varner (Iowa State) 2010-Jake Varner (Iowa State) 2011-Dustin Kilgore (Kent State) 2012-Cam Simaz (Cornell) 2013-Quentin Wright (Penn State) 2014-J'Den Cox (Missouri) 2015-Kyven Gadson (Iowa State) 2016-J'Den Cox (Missouri) 2017-J'Den Cox (Missouri) My Pick 2002 Cael Sanderson HWT 1999-Stephen Neal (Cal-State Bakersfield) 2000-Brock Lesnar (Minnesota) 2001-John Lockhart (Illinois) 2002-Tommy Rowlands (Ohio State) 2003-Steve Mocco (Iowa) 2004-Tommy Rowlands (Ohio State) 2005-Steve Mocco (Oklahoma State) 2006-Cole Konrad (Minnesota) 2007-Cole Konrad (Minnesota) 2008-Dustin Fox (Northwestern) 2009-Mark Ellis (Missouri) 2010-David Zabriskie (Iowa State) 2011-Zach Rey (Lehigh) 2012-Tony Nelson (Minnesota) 2013-Tony Nelson (Minnesota) 2014-Nick Gwiazdowski (NC State) 2015-Nick Gwiazdowski (NC State) 2016-Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) 2017-Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) My Pick 1999- Stephen Neal but I'd go with 2018 Kyle Snyder
  8. Name one guy from your state you wish you could watch compete one more time.... As for the midlands I would like to see the two legends Joe Williams and Big Bruce!
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