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  1. Reaction time exists in every situation except two: 1. Rear Standing Hand Touch Takedown (both wrestlers must be on their feet when one wrestler gains rear standing control and a hand touch occurs) 2. Locked Hands while on the mat Other than those two situations, reaction time applies.
  2. Unfortunately, that information hasn't been posted at this point and I'm not sure if it will be. That would be nice to see, though, I agree.
  3. At NCAA's: Total Reviews = 127 Coaches Challenges = 96 Officials Review = 32 Calls Overturned = 27 / 127 = 21.25% In other words, 1 out of every 5 reviews was changed. This information is right on FloWrestling website.
  4. Total Reviews = 127 Coaches Challenges = 96 Officials Review = 32 Calls Overturned = 27 / 127 = 21.25% In other words, 1 out of every 5 reviews was changed. This information is right on FloWrestling website.
  5. Total Reviews = 127 Coaches Challenges = 96 Officials Review = 32 Calls Overturned = 27 / 127 = 21.25% In other words, 1 out of every 5 reviews was changed. This information is right on FloWrestling website.
  6. This is 100% correct per the rule. The hand has to cross the mid-line of the back before the escape can be awarded.
  7. Neutral Danger is defined as this: If a wrestler exposes his back at 90 degrees or less (in nearfall criteria - shoulder down, within 4 inches of the mat, etc...) beyond reaction time, then the referee shall announce "Danger" AND corresponding color of the wrestler, then it's Danger 1, Danger 2, Danger 3. If the referee gets to the third count and the wrestler hasn't improved his position, then a 2 point takedown is awarded.
  8. The coaches did not throw a brick. The referees looked at the situation on their own. Also, there was about 2 seconds on the clock when the situation took place.
  9. What everyone is failing to understand in this situation is...the rules. The ref had to allow for reaction time in this situation because it is NOT a hand touch takedown situation since the action was already on the mat. The ref was too quick throwing up the two and right away went to his assistant to discuss the call. They both agreed that control was NOT established beyond reaction and, correctly, changed the call. It's not the most popular call of the tournament, but it was indeed the correct call. I personally know this official and he wants nothing more than to get every call right. He works his butt off to be one of the best and he is one of the best. Frankly, I'm surprised he didn't get a finals match.
  10. Folks, there is certain criteria for the Hodge Trophy and they are as follows: The main criteria for the determining the most dominant wrestler are: -record -number of pins -dominance -quality of competition. Secondary criteria are past credentials, sportsmanship/citizenship and heart which are used if the primary criteria are similar.
  11. Match Notes: 1. Referees did not decide this match 2. Reviews took so long because the system wasn't working properly - not because the refs were inept or indecisive 3. The wrestling was pretty good, but pretty conservative by both guys 4. The right calls were made on the locked hands situations 5. The hands to face call was a no brainer - you can't NOT make that call 6. Ugly match, but the refs did a pretty darn good job of managing a tough situation with (literally) things flying at them from all directions
  12. 125 : NaTo 133 : Micic 141 : McKenna 149 : Retherford 157 : Kemerer 165 : IMar 174 : Hall 184 : Nickal 197 : Rasheed 285 : Coon
  13. You could also have Flagrant Misconducts or Two Unsportsmanlike Conducts on the competing wrestlers and lose more team points. A flagrant misconduct results in the deduction of 1 team point and the opposing team gets a 6 point victory. Same goes for a wrestler who gets called for Unsportsmanlike Conduct twice during the match. So, theoretically, if that happened to all 10 wrestlers for the same team, then the dual would end 60 to -10
  14. Opponent does not get choice of position on the restart when Concussion Protocol is in place. Even if the injured wrestler begins on injury time and then the trainer says they want Concussion Protocol, then the injury time is wiped clean and concussion protocol supersedes the injury time.
  15. NCAA DI Tie-Breaker Criteria 1. Matches won (5-5 in this case) 2. Total number of 6 point team victories (pins, forfeits, DQ's) 3. Total match points scored from decisions, major decisions and technical falls PSU = 95 OSU = 88 Going into the heavyweight bout OSU was down 85-73 in match points scored. Therefore, Snyder had to win by 13 to give OSU the victory on criteria.
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