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  1. I can't verify the credibility of the original poster but here is the closest thing to a legitimate schedule I have seen so far. ‐---------------------------------------------------------------- "2021 NCAA DIVISION I TELEVISION SCHEDULE Thursday March 18th 11:00 AM NCAA Wrestling Championship (First Round) ESPNU 2:00 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship (Session 2) ESPNU 6:00 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship (Session 3) ESPN2 9:00 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship (Session 4) ESPN2 11:30 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship REPEAT ESPNU Friday March 19th 11:00 AM NCAA Wrestling Championship (Quarterfinals) ESPNU 3:00 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship (Session 4) ESPNU 8:00 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship (Semifinals) ESPN 11:00 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship REPEAT ESPNU Saturday March 20th 11:00 AM NCAA Wrestling Championship (Medal Round) ESPN2 7:00 PM NCAA Wrestling Championship Finals ESPN ESPN3 Service Will Stream Each Mat Through Out Until the Championship Finals."
  2. I'm used to a decent Cinnabon troll post at this point but I'll admit, this one got me.
  3. Is anyone honestly picking Cass? C'mon.
  4. Exactly. Leave it to the wresting community to complain about wrestlers getting opportunities outside of the norm. Just a few months ago we weren't even sure there would be a season. Just enjoy the wrestling and be thankful.
  5. I mean I think we can all agree that no matter what they came up with people would be upset with the decision. This is the NCAA we're talking about.
  6. You are right, however those waivers are very rare. Athletes like Malcom Perry who go pro do occasionally get them, but it's not something the academies are keen on giving out.
  7. Anyone else feel like it's just the same guys on all these cards but in a different order?
  8. You might be surprised. https://www.capitalgazette.com/education/naval-academy/ac-cn-naval-academy-hopper-hall-20201016-qiqzhvz7rjcgxci25mtzneqmsy-story.html
  9. The higher the numbers get the lower the chance of fans. Just hoping we have a championship.
  10. Boy are we are lucky to have this many doctors and healthcare professionals participating in these forums.
  11. Can't just erase and give up on 50+ years of compliance and governing that easy.
  12. State and school mandates and guidelines will play a big factor. For example, schools in NY probably won't be able travel outside of the state. Who knows if Ivy Leagues will even be open for students, let alone athletes. The second big issue I see is testing and it's cost on schools. Say your wrestling team has a 30 man roster that needs tested twice a week. Say it's about $25 bucks a test, twice a week per wrestler, that's almost $20,000 for a 3 month season just for testing. The NCAA has fully taken a hands off approach and has pretty much left it up to conferences and schools and they're working through it now.
  13. Or instead...that American's decided money was more important than education.
  14. The unspoken component to all of this (particularly this season) is testing. The Patriot League for example would require athletes to be tested 3 times a week. That adds up to alot of dollars and cents for sports that essentially make nothing in return. This is assuming that schools have the expendable income to provide that testing. I'd imagine many teams are looking at steep roster cuts or not paying for testing all together for certain sports.
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