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  1. David's dad is Nate. It was nice that David's brother Nate Jr. (Lock Haven assistant) flew in for the dual and got to see David wrestle Young. Nate Jr wrestled at Iowa State a couple years after Juco
  2. Can't go D1 without graduating or a special waiver can he?
  3. I still wonder how the bad travel plans affected the Junior team on day 1. Listening to the Flo FRL about the east coast kids flying to Colorado Springs, then flying back across the country and to Estonia and wrestling about 24 hours later had to have some linger affect on the 1st day performance
  4. Kevin Dresser - took a fair number of lower talent at VT and turned them into AA
  5. Iowa State lineup will be similar to this year 125 - Mackall (RS Jr), A Reeves (RS) 133 - Gomez (RS So), Todd Small (RS Jr) 141 - Parker (RS Jr), Ryan Anderson (RS) 149 - Degen (RS Jr), Leisure (RS So) 157 - David Carr (RS Fr), Chase Straw (RS Sr & NQ this year) 165 - Logan Schumacher (So), Chase Straw (RS Sr), Zane Mulder (So) 174 - Coleman (RS So) 184 - Colbray (RS Jr) 197 - J Shapiro (RS Fr) 285 - Gremmel (RS Jr), F Duggan (RS Fr) 8 Returning NQ, lose Miklus (AA) and gain David Carr & Shapiro
  6. He hires real good assistants so he doesn’t have to get on the mat as much
  7. The ref missed it, but it should have never been reviewed. Ok State did not have a challenge. Smith should have saved a challenge for something more important than an alleged hand to the face early on and the double 4 point nf to try and get the extra 1/2 team point for the tech fall. I do not see how the ref could miss the call, review it without a challenge brick from Smith and then take that 2 away from Suriano and give a penalty point to Fix and the win. I just don't think that call gets reviewed without a challenge brick by most coaches other the Cael, Smith, Ryan and Brands
  8. Agree with quarters and semis being the best wrestling. I had my share of IC (Iron City) Light at Pittsburgh. With the angle of the seating, the seats up high were good. We were section 203 (I think), right in the middle and 1/2 up the upper deck
  9. Happel's younger brother just verballed to UNI
  10. 125 - Picc/Mueller 133 - Suriano/Fix 141 - Yianni/Lee 149 - Ashnault/Jordan 157 - Nolf/Berger 165 - Marinelli/Joseph 174 - Hall/Zahid 184 - Martin/Z 197 - Nickal/Moore 285 - Steveson/White
  11. As JBluegill stated Northwest Iowa was great for NCAA wrestlers back in the 70's and 80's Kerber from Emmetsburg & Brands from Sheldon both went to Iowa Randy Nielson, John Thorn, Dave Martin of Algona all went to Iowa State Kirk Meyers from Algona and Mike Van Oosbree from Emmetsburg went to UNI Paul Martin from Algona went to Oklahoma State Kevin Dresser from Humboldt went to Iowa. Emmetsburg is on its way back, Tyler Bjustrom got 1A coach of the year and had an undefeated season this year.
  12. Fixed. Colston is a great guy and from a great family. I am glad he made it to Nationals with George MASON! Interesting that he did that at 165, which happens to be the weight we didn't qualify anyone at.
  13. Yep I think Jake Allar was going to back out of the old staff also. I think if KJ was still there, Allar was going to end up at Minnesota Ethan Smith to Ohio State Jarod Verkleeren to Penn State. Ben Kamali to Virginia (Not sure he ever sighed, might of been at junior) Weston DiBlasi to Missouri (Was a junior in high school) Guys that were on the team that ended up at other D1 schools Danny Vega at SDSU Zemua Baptista at Nebraska Colston DiBlasi at George Mason Kanen Storr at Michigan
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