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  1. This is an interesting angle on the topic.
  2. Some highlights from ASUs Kinesiology program (my alma mater) -General Bio 1&2 -General Chem 1&2 -General physics 1&2 -human anatomy & physiology 1&2 -microbiology -organic chemistry 1 -biomechanics -functional anatomy -physiology of exercise -abnormal psychology Far more science intensive than one may have realized.
  3. Dake could go through unscored upon. He is that good.
  4. Fewer weights and more Russians is a big difference. Factor in competing under multiple rule sets as well as multiple weigh in rules and doing so over a period nearly twice as long and there is reason to consider Burroughs the goat. Scouting is orders of magnitude more easy these days and JB has been the most scouted wrestler in history.
  5. Shut up about dake. This is the JB thread.
  6. I’d love to hear other Cornell guys ideas on Dakes approach. I don’t see any of them with the crazy tan or special glasses.
  7. This thread should be longer. JB da goat
  8. Hall will literally be Jordan’s bag boy.
  9. I assure you, he is not.
  10. How do I watch pls and thank you
  11. Jeremy Mendoza wrestled at ASU and had a JUDO background. From his ASU profile: 2004-05: Returned to original weight class of 125 pounds and went 26-8 overall...went 2-2 at the NCAA tournament as the No. 12 seed...both victories came by fall...placed fourth at the Pac-10 Championships after medically forfeiting the third-place bout...opened the year with a 9-0 record that included the Fullerton Open title and an 11-5 upset of No. 13 Grant Nakamura of Iowa State (11-5)...went 7-1 in Pac-10 duals and 13-3 in all duals...also had a 10-bout winning streak that was snapped in the semifinals of the conference tournament...won six bouts by fall, two by technical fall and four by major decision... 2003-04: Jumped up two weight classes to earn the starting nod at 141...finished 12-18 on the season...opened the season 0-6 before winning five of his next six matches...was 2-3 at the Pac-10 Championships placing sixth...six of his losses came to nationally ranked opponents...competed at the Reno Tournament of Champions going 2-2... 2002-03: Stepped into the starting line up and went 14-13 in his true freshman campaign...was 2-2 in his first conference meet...losses came to second and third-place finishers. High School: A 2002 graduate of Temecula Valley High School in Temecula, Calif....lettered three times in wrestling...compiled a 133-27 record with 28 wins by fall...two-time all-CIF and all-county selections...three-time all-Southwestern League...won the Canyon Springs Cougar Classic and also was named Most Outstanding Wrestler...made it to the semifinals of the state tournament...highest state finish was sixth...captain of his squad as a senior...also won a national championship in judo. Personal: Majoring in elementary education...parents are John and Olivia Mendoza...has three siblings: JT, Joey and Beth...brother JT was a wrestler at Phoenix College...hobbies include fishing and body boarding...born March 24, 1984, in Mesa, Ariz....full name is Jeremy Ray Mendoza.
  12. Taylor looks pretty dumb challenging someone two weight classes smaller imo
  13. Bubba has one of the worst personalities imaginable. I still remember when he transferred to ASU, sat out most of season and in practice room would repeatedly yell "Dig deep! guys dig deep. You gotta dig deep!" Like dude can you pls just shut up. Was such a contrast to Anthony's humble demeanor.
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