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  1. Craig Wilson and Bradley Wisdom - 3x state champs from Missouri that both ended up bouncing around
  2. Off the top of my head active Indiana studs who left the state Micic Mason Parris Nick Lee and brothers Davison brothers Brayton Lee Chad Red
  3. If you need any help, I have a little extra free time with COVID wrecking the HS season nick [at] nickstewart.me
  4. Not a fan of hiding all the menu choices but like the overall look! Way cleaner
  5. Just out of curiosity, how do you do it now? Is it just a table in Wordpress that you have to manually update?
  6. The Louisville metro / Kentucky / Southern Indiana. might not produce a ton of D1 talent, but it's theirs for the taking if Coach Adams does it right. I have three former wrestlers wrestling for Bellarmine at the moment so needless to say I'm excited.
  7. Its official https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2020/April/21/Dieringer-announces-move-to-Michigan-RTC
  8. Indiana (just college results) Andrew Howe - 1x D1 Champ, 4x All American (1/2/2/3) Angel Escobedo- 1x D1 Champ, 4x All American (1/3/4/5) Jason Tsirtsis - 1x D1 Champ, 3x All American (1/3/7) Riley Lefever- 4x D3 Champ Kelvin Jackson - 1x D1 Champ Stevan Micic - 3x All American (2/3/4) Reece Humphrey - 2x All American (2/3) Leroy Vega - 3x All American (3/5/5) Greg Wagner - 3x All American (3/4/6) Nick Lee - 2x All American (5/5) Keith Davison - 2x All American (3/5) Guys to watch: Mason Parris, Brayton Lee, Lucas Davison Thoughts I went to 11 since Davison has better finishes than Nick Lee but Nick Lee was going to win or be runner up this season... I could see Lee jumping over Reese and maybe Micic when its all over Chad Red barely misses the cut I was doing research into this and stumbled upon Kelvin Jackson - no All American finishes outside of his championship for Michigan State Wasn't sure where to put Lefever, he's a stud but d3 vs d1 finishes Another name to note is Brandon Wright, 2x NAIA champ
  9. The majority of the posts on there fall into like four types - Im a senior, should I wrestle? - My coach is mean - I'm 7lb over Monday and weigh ins are Saturday - Any tips, here is my film Definitely a younger crowd
  10. If you wanna revert back to the old color scheme (or at least what I thought was the old color scheme), I made a Chrome extension for ya https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/green-for-flo/egphljjhdlnheccocnibgpbgpallolhk I may or may not add to the extension to replace the header logo and favicon if anyone uses it
  11. https://www.flowrestling.org/video/5463146-412-retherford-tsirtsis-134649 He was a 4x Indiana State champ as well, had an amazing high school career. Big pickup for IU, I think this gives them a leg up over Purdue with in state guys and hopefully helps with keeping guys like Chad Red, Micic, and Nick Lee in state
  12. From an Indiana standpoint - 4x state champ, #1 coming out of HS, D1 national champ Granted I have tinted glasses
  13. I've seen Jason Tsirtsis around at a few tournaments I'll tell my kids "do you know who that is? Dude is a legend" and they don't even know who :/
  14. Just this past season, there's been a lot of turnover in the LU-B program's short existence (four head coaches - Paul Collum, Kyle Jahn, Angelo Crinzi, and Graham Karwath). It would be cool to see him transfer campuses and if St. Charles took into alot of the guys I'm not sure on the St. Charles campus, but Belleville had a ton of D1 guys transfer in (even though it never worked out)
  15. Lindenwood Belleville is NAIA, the other campus is D2 (the one they are merging with). I believe there are gonna have a 2019-2020 season as long as the coaching staff stays, but its being folded aftwards... Kinda sucks since they got their first NAIA All American this past season and the women's program has had some success... Also pulled in Montell Marion as an assistant too
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