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  1. I work on a college campus. Harvard’s plan to have at risk students on campus (and freshmen in the fall/seniors in the spring) makes sense.

    Why live on campus - you can focus on studying instead of caring for younger siblings/working 20 hours a week/dealing with internet connectivity issues.

    Why online classes? Do you want to be in a classroom for hours where the virus is circulating and everyone in the room has a mask on? You’re going to have problems communicating and it’s going to be socially awkward. Small Zoom classes where you can see each other’s faces, supplemented by online lectures and a robust online learning platform would be safer and may well be educationalLy superior.


  2. 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?

     


  3. 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.


  4. 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

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