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meluvwrestling

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  1. It's crazy to me that after all these years, Zahid is still not getting the proper respect that he's clearly earned over the years. I think Moore is an excellent wrestler BUT Zahid is much more technical and physical and would defeat Moore.
  2. Hughes has roughly 94 college matches under his belt vs Jordan who has less than a dozen matches. I NEVER pay attention to what their HS recruit ranking is because you never know which direction a wrestler is going to go once in a college room.
  3. Was the Jordan match really an upset? Jordan has yet proven himself so to me that was a toss-up match.
  4. Sasso is very good and I think he'll be fine as the season progresses. He's a wide open type of wrestler and what happened today will always present themselves. I'm not concerned so much about the pin but I didn't see much fight in preventing the pin.
  5. I'm sure Jaggers told Cenzo, "I wanted you to be a Buckeye but I got vetoed. We messed up not offering you a scholarship on your official visit."
  6. Yes, I'm aware why he's at that weight. Micah beat him and so you have to go where there's a spot.
  7. I stand by my statement. Hayes isn't cutting any weight to make 157#, probably the lightest 157# in the top 10, so him wrestling 157# is a mute point imo. Pantaleo tried 149# and looked like crap and decided to go back to 157# where he belongs. Hayes has a 80+% winning record, yep overrated.
  8. Hayes wasn't favored to win so your statement makes absolutely no sense. Let's not forget he's also up a weight.
  9. Silvermedal, do you know how the match-ups go in the room? I don't believe for a second the Pantaleo we saw this past weekend is the same wrestler we saw beat Micah Jordan 4 times. I'm not just referring to Sasso's match. As far as the lineup, regardless who you think is better, Jordan was going to be 149# because he did beat both Sasso and Hayes. I've always been of the opinion that Jordan 157# and Hayes 149# would've been the best lineup because Jordan is the bigger out of the two wrestlers.
  10. It's funny that silver-medal would make such a ridiculous statement considering that he probably didn't have an issue when Micah Jordan went 2-2 at NCAA Championship his first year in the lineup. A lot of first year NQ don't perform well, hell, look at some names of returning NQs or AAs that didn't even AA. Some speculations or opinions should be left unsaid.
  11. Back in my day, we called that a gainer, not a backflip, lol.
  12. That is such a bad comparison, not even close. McKenna is methodical in his shot selections, Stieber shoots at a much higher clip.
  13. I have to admit, I didn't think that McKenna could beat Jack but I'm glad he proved me wrong. His game plan to have Jack come down to a low stance worked like a champ, good job McKenna.
  14. Smith recruited DiBlasi out of HS so there maybe some interest but limited if any at this point due to the lack of success Colston has had up to this point in his short college career. The problem maybe the packaged deal the DiBlasi's are seeking. That type of deal can be difficult for a team to financially support.
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