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  1. The way I understand it is SDSU can block him from going somewhere if he decides to transfer schools for grad school if what he is going for is offered at SDSU. Example is if he wants to go to Business Grad school at Wisconsin and it’s offered at SDSU. SDSU could prevent him from going there. Not sure what he plans to go for and if someone has a better way to explain it I’d be interested to know. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. It would be cool if there were enough people on this forum to give us the top 3 in each state across the US. Even if they’re not from the state it’s at the very least interesting to look through Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. That is pretty studly, but as someone mentioned PA with Nolf, Retherford and Ruth they have 9 NCs, 12 AAs and 2 Hodges, you could argue Nolf is probably the best never to win Hodge and Ruth is probably another one that could be added to that list as one of the best to not win the Hodge. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Webster SD is a farm town in Day county about 1800 people in town and a little over 5000 in the whole county...long history of a good wrestling program. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I know he’s from South Dakota I was more saying that I wasn’t sure if someone else had a better college resume since 2000 from SD Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. MN 1. Mark Hall (1,2,2,?) 2. Jayson Ness(5,2,3,1 and Hodge) 3. Luke Becker(6,4,1,4) Honorable mention Seth Gross (DNP,2,1,?) and Tony Nelson (7,1,1,2) SD 1. Storely(6,4,3,4) 2. Kokesh (DNP,3,4,3) 3. Lesnar?? (Juco-1,D1-2,1) I’m sure there can be arguments for others or someone I overlooked, but it’s fun to discuss. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I was more talking about the way he left, constantly turning the screws to the AD threatening to leave if not paid more, tampering with athletes after he had accepted the Wisconsin job. Along with other “shady” things again I say SDSU is much better off with Hahn than they were with Bono, give it a couple years but I already see next season as vast improvement. I will give credit where it’s due, Bono resurrected a program and got a lot out of his guys but I think most would prefer he went about it in a different matter. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I disagree, couple Gross being hurt and the graduation of 3 seniors 2 of which were AAs and a qualifier, (also more seniors but weren’t qualifiers), Mueller got hurt early this year and wasn’t the same, Pohlmeyer is a scrapper and is up a weight from last year. Also with Brown transferring to Wisconsin to me this is the kind of season I expected especially with the turnover in the staff. Bono and company really didn’t do the program any favors.(I’m not going to get further into it maybe some of what’s going on will come to light at some point.). I for one am fully behind Hahn and staff and look forward to next year when Redshirt freshman Sloan enters the lineup (who teched Warner from Iowa) along with the other good crop of recruits coming in. Did they slip a lot? absolutely. Was it expected? I don’t think any reasonable wrestling fan expected them to be able to reload right off the bat. But they will be better starting next year. Go Jacks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I think style wise he matches up much better with guys like Joseph and even IMar beings these guys aren’t throwing so much offense at him that it favors Mark. So if it’s being said that it he was anywhere other than penn state and wrestled 165 I really do think Hall would be a 3xer and Zahid would also at 174. I just really think when Zahid is throwing as much offense as he is and is on against Hall, its Halls worst matchup. We’ll never know but it’s the off-season now and it’s fun to speculate Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Only way this works is if 3rd party reviews are implemented and they have the balls to overturn to the correct call. The worst scenario I could see is someone challenges a call which looks to be overturned and somehow even 3rd party doesn’t overturn it. Now your guy is almost double penalized. I guess you have to trust the system, I do however think it would eliminated a lot of these ticky tacky challenges we saw this year. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I do however agree with you that there was plenty of bricks thrown for their guys that needed a breath, I’m not sure how you get away from this happening but it is something that needs a solution as it’s taking the advantages of the harder working wrestler/aggressor away in match. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Wrong, the stall call against Cassar happened at 16 second in and was the very definition of the rule regarding the edge of the mat. Also Cassar backed out in the exact same way the next sequence wasn’t called so not sure what makes the refs call it one time but are too nutless to call it the same way again, imo it’s either a stall call or it’s not, if it was called consistently in every match there would be many more stall calls and guys avoiding the edge much more. I for one don’t want to see a push fest getting rewarded but in this situation Steveson was digging underhooks to shoot his low single on the right side which Cassar clearly didn’t want to be in that position and backed out multiple times....stalling plain and simple again it either is or it isn’t there can’t be the gray area that we currently have with the way the rule is interpreted. Until the rules clearly define the edge of the mat rule and the refs have enough balls to call it, it will continue to happen. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I’m going to do my best Jimmy Cinnabon imitation and create a ridiculous topic All highly regarded recruits should refrain from going to PSU because secretly Cael doesn’t want you to break his record or be a 4 timer. Enjoy! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Agree some of these are real head scratchers, especially Deakin vs Young where it was clear a td should have been awarded prior to time running out, they review it and no change. It’s also clear they have same clock and footage provided by espn in the review that we do although their view might be different the clocks are synched to what we see, so I don’t know how they can rule the way they did in that match. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Cassar probably should have been hit with another stall call in the first in my opinion as he did not go forward much at all. Gable pushed all of the action, and got sloppy on a shot which was the difference in the match...Cassar wrestled a smart match but let’s not make it out that Cassar is now the best HWT ever because he beat a true freshman. PSU got all the calls to go their way and any Penn State fan that doesn’t admit that has Blue and White colored glasses on. PSU is still the best and the team race was never in doubt but come on call it fair its all wrestling fans ask. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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