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  1. Leeth probably doesn’t need to kill himself to make 141 if he just becomes a little more lean instead of having muscles on top of muscles. I saw his picture on the Mizzou Wrestling facebook page and he already looks much leaner.
  2. Grant Leeth needs to be considered at 141 if Yianni redshirts or moves up to 149.
  3. I still haven’t seen anywhere that says where Waters is heading. Does anyone have any info on that?
  4. Where is Alan Waters moving on to?
  5. For those who didn’t see it, Conan Jennings vs. Zach Elam. They were in triple overtime and Conan road Elam out in the first tiebreaker. Conan was having no luck getting an escape all match and was getting tired, so he chose neutral for the second tiebreaker. His thinking must have been that if doesn’t get taken down, he wins on riding time advantage (30 seconds from the first tiebreaker period). Elam ended up getting a takedown to seal the win.
  6. It’d be super interesting to know if a wrestler didn’t give up a single offensive point the entire NCAA Tournament and didn’t win a title (i.e. lost on only escapes, penalty points, etc.).
  7. From what I understand Mizzou tried to stay in the Big 12 as an affiliate member for wrestling after they joined the SEC. But the Big 12 was pissed about them leaving the conference and wouldn't let them stay. So I don't think that's an option. I would love nothing more than for Mizzou to join a conference like the B1G or Big 12 for wrestling, but unfortunately I just don't see how it could happen. So I guess this MAC and EWL merger is the best we can hope for for the time being.
  8. My apologies, I missed the Dec 31 rankings that would have taken that match into account. I just thought it was one of the more significant recent 184 matches and was surprised to not see a blurb about it in the Jan 7 rankings (because not much else happened at 184 the past week). But obviously if it happened on 12/30 it would hit the 12/31 rankings, not 1/7. Always been a huge fan of Flo, keep up the good work!
  9. No mention or account taken in the rankings for Dylan Wisman beating Max Dean at 184.
  10. I find it interesting that everyone assumes Dake is going down to 74kg for the Olympics. If he goes up to 86kg, his toughest competition is someone he's beaten two dozen times (assuming Cox goes 97kg).
  11. Of Intermat's Top 20 Rankings, Eierman will see these guys in Mizzou's duals: 1. Yianni 5. Kaid Brock 6. Sa'Derian Perry (pinned) 7. Mike Carr (dec.) 9. Josh Alber 10. Bryan Lantry 18. Nate Limmex Plus, he could wrestle the following guys at CKLV: 1. Yianni 2. Joey Mckenna 8. Mitch McKee 9. Josh Alber 11. Chad Red 15. Nicholas Gil 17. Dom Demas 18. Nate Limmex 19. Kanen Storr 20. Sam Krivus Probably not the most difficult but pretty darn tough. He could easily face every wrestler in the Top 10 aside from Nick Lee. I also hadn't thought ahead to Eierman and Kaid Brock's match until now, but that will be a barn burner, can't wait.
  12. 125: Lee Even if Fix goes 125 I still think Lee wins. Lee showed at NCAA's that he had it all: leg attacks, defense, top game. I think that extra year focusing on folkstyle instead of freestyle gives Lee the advantage for now. 133: Fix, or if Fix goes 125, Gross Gross is so good, but after watching that match with Tariq Wilson I just really feel that Fix is dynamic enough on his feet to beat Gross. If Fix goes 125, it's Gross' weight. 141: Yianni, or if he goes 149, Eierman I just don't see how anyone will beat Yianni no matter whether he goes 141 or 149. If he goes 149, Mckenna has a style that I think Eierman will figure out. If you don't let Mckenna score first or hit his dump, he'll have to open up more, leading right into Eierman's wheelhouse. 149: Yianni, or if he goes 141, Leeth People forget that Leeth hadn't wrestled a real match in like 2 years until last season. If Yianni isn't here, I think this is a wide open weight and Leeth will improve enough to come out on top in March. 157: Nolf He is going to absolutely wreck the field next season. 165: Joseph He gets it done and wins matches when they matter. I read those losses during the season as coming from the attitude of wanting to open up and get better, so I don't put much weight in them. 174: Zahid, or if he goes 184, Hall If Zahid goes 184, I think Amine will push Hall, but Hall will come out on top. I'm sure he's extra morivated this season as someone who's not used to not finishing on top. 184: Nickal Regardless of whether Zahid goes 184, I think Nickal wins. He is just so comfortable in any position and I predict he'll pull it out at the end of the year. 197: Moore I think we see him closer to what he was like his freshman season. 285: Gable I am not very confident about this pic, but I'm also not high on any of the current heavyweights returning, so I'm going with Gable.
  13. Valencia is too young. It's not fair he hasn't wrestled as many matches in his lifetime as Dake.
  14. Technically the rules did not impose a direct physical disadvantage on the challenger. They present an incumbent with an advantage, which must be earned. And plenty of sports provide physical advantages to competitors based on qualifying events. Track athletes with better qualifying events get the better lanes to race in. Same with swimmers. I'm pretty sure cyclists and race car drivers also get more advantageous starting positions based on qualifying events as well.
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