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  1. I don’t want to start a generation war. I generated this poll to reassure myself my impression was wrong. We can agree that most people, regardless of age, don’t easily give up their preconceptions.
  2. I’m gunning for Cinnabon. You hear that SweetRoll, I’m coming for you!
  3. Right next to your name on every post you make, a +xxxx is listed. Those are your reputation points or reactions/likes.
  4. Tbar is on that “leaderboard”. That tells me all I need to know about the flawed metric being used.
  5. Take your low ratio jealousy and go get your shinebox.
  6. In 2009 I believe, no team had more than 1 champ or more than 5 AA's, and only 2 teams had both: Iowa and Mizzou. Iowa won it, and Mizzou took 7th. Bonus points, as we all know, are significant. IIRC, Iowa benefited from a couple of MFF on the backside that year. When the champs are determined in large measure by whether or not their opponent actually shows up, something about the scoring system needs improvement, imho.
  7. I've noticed that there are several posters that have a better than 50% ratio of "likes" or reactions to their total post count, while others have decidedly less. If you have a low ratio, I suggest you're clogging these boards with inconsequential nonsense and need to check yourself and up your game. That is all.
  8. Watching that clip, Krieger's relaxed upright stance and movement reminds me B Satiev. Anyone else see the resemblance?
  9. At 133, Allan Hart from Mizzou has the dominant top game to run up the score quickly against a higher seed and bust a bracket. At 174, Connor Flynn is a senior and I could see him pull an upset. He beat Mekhi Lewis last year. At 184, Dylan Wisman just gave Valencia his toughest match of the year and is a senior. I could see him upsetting a high seed. At 197, Wyatt Koelling just beat Norfleet, who someone predicted would finish top 4, so he can be a tough out as well.
  10. I'm not surprised. Knowing J'den, I knew that all the folks talking about which weight gave him a better chance at Oly gold were barking up the wrong tree. I knew he'd seek what he thought was the biggest challenge, not the least. I also thought he would be governed by how he felt he would perform, and try to maximize that, with weights/opponents not even considerations. I wish him the best, he's chosen a path that will test him, for sure.
  11. By rule, can the refs warn the bench more than once without taking a point? ASU was warned twice against Mizzou with no deductions.
  12. Dual started at 165. Shields and AValencia wmd = 8-0 ASU Wisman gave Zahid all he wanted but came up short 14-10 = 11-0 ASU Koelling defeats Norfleet 3-1 = 11-3 ASU Hall only manages a 4-1 win = 14-3 ASU Could have been a lot worse so far, but Mizzou has been game. Courtney with multiple tds wins 17-9 = 18-3 ASU Hart wins 14-4 = 18-7 ASU Butler wins 4-2 = 18-10 ASU Mauller has unranked Maruca. Need a TF most likely. Mauller only wins 8-4. Not a lot of fire = 18-13 ASU Jacques has Teemer. ASU not out of the woods yet. Jacques loses 10-7 = 21-13 ASU
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