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  1. SalvatoreG

    McCoy Steps down. It is official

    By all accounts McCoy has represented the program well & is a good person. He dug himself into a huge hole recruiting wise & never could rebound. Who are the best / likely candidates for this job? Who are the elite assistant coach recruiters who can fill the CEO type role?
  2. SalvatoreG

    McCoy Steps down. It is official

    Maryland is fully funded. The program has a lot of potential
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    Wow...Maryland Wins a bout

    Maryland’s record outside hemida this weekend (including the 9th place wrestle backs) ....0-25. It’s truly astonishing. 7 guys went 0-3, 2 went 0-2. Hemida is going for 3rd and is the lone bright spot, once again.
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    Will Kerry McCoy ever be on the hot seat?

    UMD lost 34-4 to Michigan. Michigan threw in a back up at 174 and Ugalde won. If not, it would’ve been 3 straight shutouts. I’m surprised Hemida lost to Paris. I didn’t expect that
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    Will Kerry McCoy ever be on the hot seat?

    I believe McCoy is in the last year of his contract so we’ll see what the athletic director does. The Terp performance last night was painful to watch. Most those guys weren’t even battling. There’s no energy at all. Sad times
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    Aaron Brooks commits to . . .

    If UMD could ever keep the top kids home then they’d really have a chance to flourish. The state of Maryland is probably just a little above average overall but they have produced some real elite kids over the past decade. You’re right, Mchenry is more than likely goto PSU as well. UMD landed Bannister who has had an up and down career and Llopez who never set a foot on campus. The last one before that was asper who was a stud but he graduated from HS over 10 years ago. Beyond that, no In-state studs have stayed in state. It’s frustrating as a fan.
  7. SalvatoreG

    Is Maryland fully funded with 9.9?

    University of Maryland wrestling is fully funded. I have no idea who is getting Big money on that team but they’re definitely fully funded
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    The State of Maryland

    Terps are hurting on the recruiting trail more than anything else. There's obviously more to the story than that but if you can't recruit at the same level as your peers, it's going to be darn hard to compete against them. They've lost momentum from the good run they has 7-10 yrs ago There are so many new & ambitious coaches these days, that the competitive landscape is greater than ever. The state of Maryland is starting to produce some elite kids and McCoy needs to figure out how to keep some home. He needs a kid like Brooks to sign on and hope others follow. Personality wise he's more laid back so it's hard to compete against some of the coaches who have big personalities and are to some degree full of ****
  9. Maryland's program/teams of 5-7 years ago would have been competitive with the teams that generally place between 6-10 in the big ten. Inexplicably the program has taken a nose dive and are battling with Michigan state for the cellar.
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    top 3 Programs that need a change

    Agreed....Goodale deserves a ton of credit. Bringing pritzlaff in was one of his many accomplishments. He's built that program in so many ways
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    Isaac vs Bo, round 1

    Didn't Bo just get married? To me, being married, trying to succeed in school and also competing at the highest levels of d1 wrestling is a lot to juggle for a 20 year old kid. Maybe his priorities have shifted to some extent.
  12. SalvatoreG

    Anderson University to drop Wrestling

    Jason did you get any more information on this situation? Isn't the NWCA supposed to do some formal response in these situations?
  13. SalvatoreG

    Anderson University to drop Wrestling

    Look forward to hearing what you uncover
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    Anderson University to drop Wrestling