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  1. https://news.stanford.edu/2020/07/08/athletics/?utm_source=athletics&utm_medium=tw&utm_campaign=an
  2. Where was Karissa Schweizer on the list? She might be in the top 2 if not already listed.
  3. "Funky" Ben Askren was pretty appropriate.
  4. I'm sure he meant Max, who as a FS freshman was 28-1 (I believe his only loss was by defensive pin) prior to the 2007 NCAAs.
  5. Eierman majored him 12-4 at NCAAs the only time I can remember they wrestled. Until today.
  6. Looks like transferring has him well on his way ‘to the next level’.
  7. I wondered that too. Also, seemed like a short count to give the takedown. Picc may have been been in "danger" for 3 seconds, but looking strictly at the refs count it appeared that Picc started turning belly down as soon as heard the count (before 3 full swipes). Kind of similar to the Eierman/Yanni match at NCAAs.
  8. I’m pretty sure J’Den was our World rep at 86 kg in 2017 if that means anyhing.
  9. Mizzou forfeited 133, wrestled their backup at 141 (who got pinned) and their 3rd string hwt (Elam is redshirting). No fan of Mizzou (or folks that know anything about the team) are worried based on that dual.
  10. Wasn’t a lucky pin. ‘Daniel’ Lewis got the first takedown that match and was leading at the time of the pin. Second best pinner all time at Mizzou (won the Gorriaran in 2019). He did get beat bad the second match though he rode Zahid the whole second period (just didn’t get the cradle again).
  11. That was hilarious! Very little they got right in that broadcast.
  12. Askren's bracket in 2006 had Herbert (3, 2, 1, 1) and Mark Perry (2, 3, 1, 1) in it. His bracket in 2007 had Keith Gavin (NCAA champ and world team member) and Steve Luke (NCAA champ). Including Pendleton, he's got folkstyle wins against two 2-timers (one of them a hodge trophy winner). None of the guys you listed have resumes like that.
  13. I guess if you only look at the 2-0 score at the U.S. Open. Cox also beat Zillmer 5-2 and 10-0 (in just over a minute) at Final X last year, never giving up a takedown (unlike Bo). Cox doesn't seem to care if he scores a lot or gets a tech, but his matches against Zillmer were never in doubt.
  14. I like this call. Mocco gave Carr his only loss this year. Kinda wonder if he’ll move up and take Flynn’s spot.
  15. I too hated the attempts to win via penalty points. Terrible match to watch. Good job by Suriano to keep wrestling hard.
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