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PSUMike

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  1. I have to be at work at 6:30 and I've been staying up until past 12 to watch so I feel ya. My 5am alarm is miserable. But I really don't see this being much different than the previous 2 meetings. Yaz jumps out early then Taylor gasses him. Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  2. Gilman looks great Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  3. How does one "son" another?
  4. Eh, I wouldn't bet on it.
  5. Its quite easy actually.
  6. He may have won 1 or 2 more matches but he's not a big bonus point guy. I don't think it would have made a huge difference.
  7. Well, on a brighter note, at least he didn't jack off his opponent center mat this time.
  8. Maybe because they were both standing...???
  9. Brooks is looking tough. Hidlay coming on strong later in the match.
  10. Kemerererer Starocci finals with Kemererererererer winning by a good 5 is my guess.
  11. Didn't think of that angle but now I'm fully on board.
  12. Dude needed a cigarette after that one. Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  13. Verkleeren vs. Alirez is a tough first round then the winner gets Sasso. Zacherl vs. Kolodzik is interesting. Venz vs. Bonaccorsi is a tough R2. Phipps vs. Geer is a battle of 2 PA boys. Wood vs. Orndorff R2
  14. My biggest issue has always been a tremendous amount of recency bias. I could deck you 5 times leading up but if you beat me 3-2 in a rideout, you're going to leapfrog me in their rankings.
  15. A Cinnabon never pays his debts. They are the anti-Lannisters.
  16. 133 was, in my opinion, the toughest bracket. So whomever won it makes the most logical sense. No complaints here.
  17. Was it weak last year? Kinda. No one wanted to be in Nolf's weight so I think a few guys who would have been better suited for 157 moved up or down to avoid him.
  18. That wouldn't surprise me to be honest. But I still would favor Brooks or Venz.
  19. Maybe I'm overly critical but I don't watch Deakin and think "He's a national champ in the making" although that's how it looks. Young, to my eye, looks like a bloodround/7-8th place type of wrestler. There are quite a few guys in this weight who will AA this year who I don't think are AA talent. I just think the overall composition of the weight is weak relative to legacy data. Conversely, Carr is a multi-time NCAA champ and International competitor to my eye. I'm just not 100% sold he's there yet. And Hidley looks like a perennial bridesmade who never quite gets over the hump (Sorensen, Caldwell, McMullen type).
  20. My grandfather went to Penn State. My dad went to Penn State. My sister went to Penn State. My mom was going to go to Penn State until her mother suddenly passed away so she stayed home. I put in one college application.
  21. Kaleb Young was ranked 3rd in the country for most of the year. If you think he's a top 3 caliber wrestler any year, I don't know what to tell ya.
  22. Look at the talent for other years at the weight and tell me 157 is a strong weight this year.
  23. I think the first 5 will be pretty chalky in terms of who comes out on top. My god, is 157 comically weak. 165 - Flip a coin 174 - I think Hall pulls his head out of his ass and makes a statement here. 184 - Whomever wins the Venz/Brooks semi will win. Lean Venz. 197 - Moore HWT - Gable
  24. On MMA forums, he was sometimes referred to as Honky Kong which I thought was hysterical.
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