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  1. He also killed a priest in confessional!
  2. Not sure how these sites have tickets, when the NCAA hasn't put them up for sale yet?!
  3. Hey, lets not tell everybody about this! At least until I get me tickets!
  4. Yes, The Palace was easy in and fairly easy out, but it's gone never coming back. Downtown isn't bad if you know where to go and can walk a little bit. You can park for free at either casino or pay $5.00-10.00 somewhat closer.
  5. Don't forget the Iltches are truly awful people. The Palace I believe would give us a deal because it was a high school event. The Iltches have taken advantage of every tax breaks, even money that was directed towards Detroit schools.
  6. Do you think that the NCAA will award Minneapolis (US Bank Stadium) to be a host city again, when the next 4 host sites are announced in a year or so??? Seems like the NCAA really want to test wrestling in a football stadium!
  7. I'm tired of people complaining about Ford Field. Eastern Michigan could host, but there is no chance that we are going to host a tournament at EMU (will never happen unless they bring back wrestling). MSU and U of M doesn't want it, they both host basketball games this time of the year. Little Caesars and Van Andel also are charging a lot more than Ford Field (I think double). If you're complaining that you can't see all the divisions, the only other solutions is to split up the tournament, which means you're not going to be able to watch all divisions. For the kids that are wrestling Ford Field isn't bad compared to The Palace. Kids have room to warm up and relax, the 2 day event is great. Their are pluses and minuses to any faculties So you might as well embrace it!
  8. I don't see much of a difference between Hughes at 165 and 174. He'll be inconsistent and then show up for the B10's. Atienza is not a 174, he's not even close the size of his brother. I think they can be pretty decent next year, but in two years. Foley Senior Caffey Senior Malczewski Junior Saldate Sophomore Omania Sophomore
  9. Atienza doesn't have the size of his brother. I see him at 157, then Tucker at 165, Hughes 174, Malczewski 184, Caffey 197. I do see a possibility of Foley going up to 133. Pretty sure Saldate will redshirt. No reason not to, unless he can be an all-american.
  10. I believe Enriquez shut it down because of the weight. I agree I prefer Malczewski and Caffey at 174 and 184, but I know they are struggling to make weight. Malczewski is pretty lean and could add a lot more muscle.
  11. Then there are the vets who will be looking to have a say in things in Hiles(165), Atienza(149/157/165-saw him at all three), Spiess(133/141), and McRill(184/197-had one of the more successful scholastic careers in recent Michigan HS history). 10th place at B10's only 5 or so points behind Minnesota and Wisconsin. I think this team overachieved, which is great! My lineup is a little different. I don't think Enriquez can make 141 and I think they will bump Tucker, Hughes, Malzcewski, Caffey up. McRill is not on the team. Look what for next year!
  12. To me, it's about the average person being able to buy tickets and watch in person. It is extremely difficult to get tickets for the tournament these days. I went last year, didn't have tickets before hand and had to buy on the street, not ideal when traveling far to go. It was near impossible to buy unless you know somebody (admin's, coaches, wrestlers etc). I know going in that the views are going to be a challenge, so I plan on having fun no matter what. It would be a great idea to elevate the mats on stages, but that doesn't look like what they are doing. Maybe the finals though.
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