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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Ohio Elite in Biggest flop in college   
    I love this quote. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Alwayswrestling in Poland Thread   
    Perhaps something was up with Cox. International travel stuff. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from nhs67 in Poland Thread   
    Texas?
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from bnwtwg in Poland Thread   
    I hear that. He’s always been my guy to lift us out of our 65kg losing streak. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from AHamilton in Coon to try to make the NFL   
    And both of those guys were another level compared to Coon. 
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    BigTimeFan reacted to Eagle26 in How Much Money   
    Yeah my body reminds me of my previous activities and I didn’t make sh!t lol. Still don’t regret it.
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from TheOhioState in Nolf Question   
    Flatland ... a classic in certain circles. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from BerniePragle in Nolf Question   
    Flatland ... a classic in certain circles. 
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    BigTimeFan reacted to Lurker in This is good news   
    Wrestling always finds a way....
     
    https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2021/April/09/USA-Wrestling-goes-over-100-000-members-during-pandemic
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from TobusRex in Max Dean Leaving Cornell?   
    I thought Son of Sam was so what do I know ?
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from southend in Max Dean Leaving Cornell?   
    Are there vaccine resisters leaving Cornell? Seriously? 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Ish in bo nickel and his antics   
    That picture is worth a thousand words. Hysterical. 
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    BigTimeFan reacted to gimpeltf in bo nickel and his antics   
    To the World Wildlife Federation?
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from AZ_wrestling in Nickal   
    I agree with AZ. He’s lost a step. It’s clear as day. Meanwhile, Bo is on fire. DT looked very shaky versus Dean. He could have lost it at the end of the match. He wasn’t the same DT that wore down YaZdani. No sir. 
     
    There’s only one caveat. One advantage Bo has is he’s got so many unconventional moves and does unusual things from so many positions that he can score in part by having the element of surprise. If DT and Bo have trained a lot with each other, his element of surprise might not be as impactful. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from dwkeller in Downey vs Bo   
    I saw the match. Downey got the first takedown and then appeared to turn Bo but it was on the edge and was reversed. Then on it was all Bo. His text was pathetic. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from PSUSMC in Yianni and Zain   
    I don’t buy the it’s basically meaningless line. Sure, consi results are different but meaningless? Consider: Fix, Colon, Gross, Vincenzo and Gabe Dean all forfeited out of the tournament. Zain and Yianni both got up, made weight and wrestled. In Yianni’s case he beat McKee and showed up again for the third place bout. So when exactly did he decide it doesn’t really matter, I hate my life right now, I’m not really going to try?
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Coach_J in Downey vs Bo   
    I saw the match. Downey got the first takedown and then appeared to turn Bo but it was on the edge and was reversed. Then on it was all Bo. His text was pathetic. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Alwayswrestling in 74KG Olympic trials bracket   
    The problem is the “bye to semifinals” rule. Dake really is in the semifinals. Victims of their own cleverness. Now Nolf gets a walk in the semis. They should call everything up to JB the mini tournament and Dake should have a bye to the finals of the mini-tournament. Then it would work. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Housebuye in NCAA Titles by Weight at OTTs   
    The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
     
    57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.
    65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.
    74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 
    86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

    96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.
    125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.
    Make of it what you will. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from flyingcement in NCAA Titles by Weight at OTTs   
    The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
     
    57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.
    65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.
    74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 
    86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

    96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.
    125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.
    Make of it what you will. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Perry in NCAA Titles by Weight at OTTs   
    The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
     
    57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.
    65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.
    74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 
    86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

    96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.
    125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.
    Make of it what you will. 
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    BigTimeFan reacted to jross in NCAA Titles by Weight at OTTs   
    65KG
    3 NCAA | Zain Retherford | Cadet World Gold | Senior World Team 2 NCAA | Yianni Diakomihalis | Cadet World Gold | Undefeated at International Senior Tournaments 2 NCAA | Jordan Oliver | Junior World Bronze 0 NCAA | James Green | Senior World Bronze, Senior World Silver 0 NCAA | Joey McKenna | Cadet World Team | Junior World Silver | U23 World Bronze 1 NCAA | Nick Lee   1 NCAA | Frank Molinaro | Senior World Team | Senior Olympic 5th 1 NCAA | Anthony Ashnault | University World Team 1 NCAA | Nahshon Garrett | Senior World Team | Started wrestling at 13 years of age 0 NCAA | Evan Henderson | University World Team 0 NCAA | Mitch McKee | Junior World Silver
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from nhs67 in NCAA Titles by Weight at OTTs   
    The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
     
    57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.
    65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.
    74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 
    86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

    96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.
    125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.
    Make of it what you will. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from jross in NCAA Titles by Weight at OTTs   
    The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
     
    57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.
    65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.
    74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 
    86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

    96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.
    125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.
    Make of it what you will. 
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    BigTimeFan got a reaction from Eagle26 in NCAA Titles by Weight at OTTs   
    The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
     
    57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.
    65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.
    74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 
    86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

    96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.
    125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.
    Make of it what you will. 
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