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KTG119

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  1. I believe he took a greyshirt year, then a regular redshirt.
  2. if they had awarded the Hodge in '94, might have been like this season is having to choose between two guys from same team. I am a huge Fried fan but as far as hypothetical Hodge award for that season something tells me 4 timer Pat Smith might have received the award.
  3. before these 6 straight years with an AA, how many had there even been in program history?
  4. The shirt is awesome. The gum chewing I agree is really obnoxious.
  5. I was thinking about him and other greco guys as well. Lester? Dennis Hall?
  6. yeah not a hating on Cliff Moore thing at all, nice for him to go out on a high note, but S Moore was having a rare kind of season. Cliff kicked his butt though, so not like it was even a controversial deal. but as a result....NAIA guy wins the Hodge (though looking back wondering maybe why Greg Jones or Gentry didn't get in instead?).
  7. one of my least favorites. really wanted Scott Moore to get that title, what a year he was having. but hey, that's how it goes sometimes....
  8. Emmett Wilson can thank Cliff Moore for his win.
  9. not agreeing or disagreeing, just commenting on numbers....as a D3 guy has been a co-winner, and an NAIA guy won it outright, there's way more than 800 wrestlers in the running.
  10. edit: never mind....
  11. I didn't realize Stroker was already at Cornell by the time Hall was about to start college.
  12. Sacred Heart has had an AA.
  13. oh my mistake then. thought I'd read that he was handing over the reigns to another coach, one his sons maybe?
  14. Russ Cozart retired didn't he? Maybe not as simple as that but a factor.
  15. Greg Peery was also selected to represent the USA team in the Dapper Dan classic. He won his match against the opponent from Pa.
  16. Ok St scored 103 in 2017 and 37.5 in 2018. Bounced back nicely this year.
  17. Correct Mark Sr was not a finalist. He was #1 seed one year. In addition to dad being an AA, the Perry bros had some good wrestling uncles too (which I’m sure you know)
  18. Well they lost by 5 to Ok St in dual. Ok St got 6 in dual at 118. At NCAAs Ok St 118 #1 seed DNP and Iowa #8 seed placed 5th. Pretty big swing just at that weight. And NCAA champ Lou Banach got pinned in the dual as well.
  19. Ok St beat Iowa in the one dual they had that year. Ok St may have been a slight favorite going into NCAAs. Lincoln McIlravy did not wrestle in the dual so right there puts an * on margin of victory. That said, Ok St underperformed a tad and Iowa wrestled well over seeds to make it a huge gap at NCAAs. Fyi- Iowa actually lost duals in other championship years. Crazy right?
  20. how about 1986 NCAA champ Kirk Trost? He later placed 3rd in the world at 220 so thinking he might not have been a huge heavyweight either.
  21. What about McCoy? He was a 190 as a freshman; wonder what he weighed very next year when he got his first title at heavyweight.
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