Calling more stalling isn't the answer. I would like to see more risk taking from the feet than I have seen in recently. I could be wrong but more and more matches are going all the way through the overtime periods and are being won by a second or two of riding time. This seems really cheap. Yeah, it's a win, but where's the satisfaction in it. How do you improve as a wrestler when you are not taking a chance on taking someone down? The most dominant wrestlers take calculated risks and learn to finish their takedowns and aren't afraid of taking bad shots. They have the confidence to score because they aren't afraid to succeed. It's a mindset. Same with getting out from bottom. Its a mindset. I think the coaches need to forcefully implore they're wrestlers to either learn to score some points and take risks, or put someone on the mat who will.