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  1. I’ve heard the model used at Presbyterian College is revenue neutral, once potential donor money is added in.
  2. One way to bring these programs back is to start D1 women’s programs. Presbyterian College is starting men’s and women’s programs in 2019. Title IX can be used to help grow the sport.
  3. Will Chandler have a chance to challenge at 174 if Joe takes 165?
  4. I do follow the sport. I'm curious about the other Smith and the situation at 165. Here's my question: 1) Does this mean Chandler Rogers is wrestling 165? 2) If the answer is "No," then he should not get the auto qualifier 3) If the answer is "Yes," then does that mean that Smith's son is out? 4) If not, and there is a possibility that he goes back to 174, why not preserve his auto qualifier? 5) And if that bumps Jacobe back up, then why not preserve his auto qualifier?
  5. According to SHP, 184 No auto qualifier for Oklahoma State 174 No auto qualifier for Oklahoma State 165 Chandler Rogers qualifier for Oklahoma State Interesting!
  6. Wow, Cael is almost 40 years old. Hard to believe. Time flies...
  7. Something tells me that Honis vs. Brucki will come down to the wire. That will be a good match to watch too.
  8. Patrick Brucki= Brian Shute https://twitter.com/tigerwrestling/status/1049335449284698112?lang=en
  9. You also have to take into account how far scholarship money can stretch. Due to the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition, Penn State can offer more "full" scholarships to in-state wrestlers than out-of-state wrestlers. Of course every state school can do this, but you need to have a state with a lot of wrestling studs in it to make it work. It's not a surprise that Ohio State and Penn State can recruit MORE elite wrestlers with the same scholarship money than other state schools have, because of in-state tuition discounts. Perhaps Rutgers could take advantage of this as well, since NJ wrestlers seem to be rocking these days.
  10. Not everyone who has ESPN has ESPN 2. We don't have a cable subscription, but do get ESPN through Internet TV with Charter Spectrum. We don't get ESPN 2. As more folks move from cable to Internet TV you can't assume that the bundling works the same way.
  11. 125 Tomasello Cruz Lee LaMont Lizak Fausz Rios Moisey 133 1. Gross 2. Parker 3. Micic 4. Erneste 5. Brock 6. DeSanto 7. Tucker 8. Pletcher 141 1. Yianni 2. Meredith 3. Eierman 4. Heil 5. Jack 6. McKenna 7. Tyler Smith 8. Alber 149 1. Retherford 2. Tsirtis 3. Sorenson 4. Hayes 5. Heilmann 6. Kolodzik 7. Leeth 8. Lewallen 157 1. Nolf 2. Hidlay 3. Pantaleo 4. Lavallee 5. Micah Jordan 6. Shields 7. Kemerer 8. Staudenmayer 165 1. Martinez 2. Joseph 3. McFadden 4. Massa 5. Rogers 6. Marinelli 7. Chavez 8. Anthony Valencia 174 1. Zahid Valencia 2. Hall 3. Kutler 4. Bo Jordan 5. Lewis 6. Bernstein 7. Amine 8. Lujan 184 1. Nickal 2. Martin 3. Preisch 4. Renda 5. Venz 6. Foster 7. Abounader 8. Zavatsky 197 1. Moore 2. Darmstadt 3. Haught 4. Macchiavello 5. Miklus 6. Weigel 7. Rasheed 8. Mattiace 285 1. Snyder 2. Coon 3. Nevills 4. Butler 5. Kasper 6. Wood 7. Tall 8. Hughes
  12. When I enter the score of a match in the yellow box next to the winner, the excel document changes the score to a date. Is this happening with anyone else?
  13. I love watching Darmstadt wrestle. He has the physique of a 98 pound wrestler but has harnessed his length to out leverage guys with massive bulk. After two minutes of being on top, he usually has guys completely exhausted. May be the most fun wrestler to watch at NCAA's. A part of me wants to see him make the finals, the other part hopes he loses early and pins his way to 3rd.
  14. Anyone have the inside scoop on Hidlay's ACC tourney? 6-4 SV win over Rahmani and 3-2 win over Finesilver. Those were his only two matches of the tourney. Not what I would expect from the number 1 seed at NCAA's.
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