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  1. Did not know Mike Buddie, former 2x state champ in Ohio, is the AD at West Point. He was also a stud pitcher. https://www.army.mil/article/222542/mike_buddie_named_athletic_director_at_army
  2. What weight does Romero go, he is huge.
  3. I believe Bubba went to Iowa, not sure how long he was there, but he was a legend in HS. He has stage 4 cancer and here is his gofundme https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-bubba039s-brave-battle?utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR0Zy5fG3E9xauzhWWJNA8o4Ac50c4DobTrQZR-ZsYtLTFu4-YcZwPkmVjI
  4. Speaking of FRL, Chael Sonnen was awesome on the show last week.
  5. I could see MyMar with a go behind or two off of one of DT's frequent shots. MyMar might not have the lungs either to stay with Taylor. He has gassed a few times.
  6. From Wiki - The Chicago Tribune credits the idea to Los Angeles sportswriter Steve Harvey approximately 30 years before ESPN began using the term. On Sept 6, 1972, the Los Angeles Times introduced the Bottom 10 as follows: "This season The Times will keep football fans up to date on the bad as well as the good in football with (Steve) Harvey's irreverent feature, The Bottom 10".[8] ESPN now publishes the rankings "With apologies to Steve Harvey."[9] In 2008, Harvey resumed his "Bottom 10" columns for college and NFL football in the Los Angeles Times.[10]
  7. There used to be a a section in the sports page of the local newspaper, call the bottom 10, which ranked the worst college football teams. Purdue was always on that list as Purdon't.
  8. Yes, I noticed that when I posted it.
  9. https://www.tribdem.com/coronavirus/johnstown-sports-legend-carlton-haselrig-former-pittsburgh-steelers-all-pro-dies-at-54/article_890457b0-cc2f-11ea-8262-7be555af80d0.html
  10. Pretty cool article on Nakhchivan, which is an autonomous republic in AZE. It is where Aliyev is from. Sounds like a pretty cool place http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20200721-nakhchivan-the-worlds-most-sustainable-nation?referer=https%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FwMsMyoeBug%3Famp%3D1
  11. Looks like Nomad has finally resurfaced on Twitter.
  12. Here is Ohio 2010: Div. 3 103: Nathan Tomasello, Cuy. Val. Chr. Acad. dec. Brian Spangler, LaGrange Keystone 6-4 112: Alex Dronzek, Beachwood maj. dec. Cade Mansfield, Defiance Ayersville 9-0 119: Hunter Stieber, Monroeville maj. dec. Tyler Heminger, Galion Northmor 14-4 125: Logan Stieber, Monroeville pin Zane Goldberg, Casstown Miami East 1:48 130: Johnny Matacic, N. Jackson Jackson-Milton dec. Mike Kovach, Bedford St. Peter Ch 5-3SV 135: Payton Oney, Greenwich S. Central dec. Marco Gualtieri, W. Jefferson 5-4 140: Cam Tessari, Monroeville maj. dec. Chad Sonnenberg, Van Buren 10-0 145: Kyle Burns, Troy Christian dec. Andrew DeHart, Covington 5-3 152: Jake Howe, Blanchester dec. Kurtis Jefferis, Barnesville 8-1 160: Dennis Raber, Orrville dec. Nick Leforce, Carlisle 4-3TB 171: Chris Phillips, Monroeville dec. Alex Utley, Cuy. Val. Chr. Acad. 7-5 189: Corby Running, Clarksville Clinton-Massie dec. Kurtis Schaefer, W. Salem Northwe 7-6 215: Ethan Hayes, New Lebanon Dixie dec. Justin Schafrath, Doylestown Chippewa 9-4 285: Tyler Obringer, Spencerville pin Greg Dailey, Independence 6:47SV Div. 2 103: Ryan Taylor, St. Paris Graham Local maj. dec. Trevor Fiorucci, Lewis Center Olen 13-3 112: B.J. Miller, Defiance dec. Calvin Campbell, Lexington 6-0 119: Ty Mitch, Aurora dec. Nick Brascetta, St. Paris Graham Local 7-4 125: Johnni DiJulius, Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit dec. Drew Stone, Oak Harbor 5-1 130: Bo Jordan, St. Paris Graham Local dec. Jake Mellinger, Beloit W. Branch 4-1 135: Isaac Jordan, St. Paris Graham Local dec. Daniel Mirman, Medina Highland 7-2 140: Felipe Martinez, St. Paris Graham Local dec. Tucker Armstrong, Spring. Kenton Ri 7-1 145: Ian Miller, Oak Harbor tech. fall Dylan Ice, Lisbon Beaver 19-4 152: Harrison Hightower, Hunting Val. Univ. School dec. Konner Witt, Oak Harbor 5-2 160: Brad Wukie, Hunting Val. Univ. School dec. Kyle Ryan, St. Paris Graham Local 2-1 171: Huston Evans, St. Paris Graham Local dec. Kevin Christman, Lewistown Indian Lake 5-2 189: Max Thomusseit, St. Paris Graham Local pin Travis McIntosh, Wash. C.H. Miami Tra 0:53 215: Logan Erb, Wapakoneta dec. Jake Henderson, Tol. Central Cath. 3-2UTB 285: Drew Carpenter, Thornville Sheridan dec. Vincenzo Cardone, Tol. Central Cath. 4-1 Div. 1 103: Dean Heil, Lakewood St. Edward dec. Jack Young, Mentor 9-3 112: Kory Mines, Maple Hts. dec. Mitch Newhouse, Massillon Perry 7-0 119: Jerome Robinson, Cle. St. Ignatius dec. Kagan Squire, Wadsworth 8-3 125: Gus Sako, Lakewood St. Edward dec. Jake McCombs, Marysville 3-1 130: Jamie Clark, Lakewood St. Edward dec. Kodie Egnor, Elyria 3-0 135: Louden Gordon, Wadsworth pin Mark Martin, Lakewood St. Edward 5:59 140: Randy Languis, Dublin Scioto dec. Shane Foster, Massillon Perry 5-4 145: Brad Squire, Wadsworth dec. Anthony Salupo, Lakewood St. Edward 3-2 152: Waquiem Comar, Twinsburg dec. David Habat, Cle. St. Ignatius 8-6 160: Nick Sulzer, Lakewood St. Edward pin Josh Linden, Brecksville-Broad. Hts. 0:31 171: Josh Demas, Westerville North dec. Sam Wheeler, Copley 9-3 189: Nick Miller, Centerville dec. Caleb Busson, Wadsworth 8-5 215: Nick Tavanello, Wadsworth dec. Kyle Rose, Centerville 6-4 285: Ben Buzzelli, Wadsworth dec. Billy Vaughan, Brecksville-Broad. Hts. 4-1TB
  13. Nomad hasn't posted anything since July 10th. He posts at least 5 tweets a day. So something is up, to state the obvious.
  14. Curious as to when we will see Echemendia on tOSU's roster. Is there still a question mark if he will be on team?
  15. I think it is interesting, in the bullet points, wrestling in not mentioned. But then they go on to say the wrestling is not fully funded with scholarships or coaching positions. Seems like wrestling is being singled out without a legitimate reason. They are successful without full complement of scholarships as are many wrestling programs. https://news.stanford.edu/2020/07/08/athletics/ For example, simply looking at sponsorship of the sports at a national level as one consideration: Of the 11 sports being discontinued, six (lightweight rowing, men’s rowing, co-ed and women’s sailing, squash, synchronized swimming) are not NCAA-sponsored championship sports. All 11 sports being discontinued are sponsored by less than 22% of the more than 350 Division I institutions, and nine (men’s and women’s fencing, lightweight rowing, men’s rowing, co-ed and women’s sailing, squash, synchronized swimming, men’s volleyball) are sponsored by less than 9%. There are only two other Division I field hockey and fencing programs on the West Coast, and there are no other lightweight rowing, sailing, squash or synchronized swimming programs on the West Coast. Many of these sports currently compete without a full complement of scholarships (e.g. wrestling), coaches and resources. After careful analysis, we concluded there was no realistic path to ensuring that they have all of the resources needed to compete at the highest level without hindering our ability to support our other 25 varsity sports.
  16. Shame, in the middle of Silicon Valley and they cannot find enough money to sponsor these sports?
  17. UVA is a major upgrade (not to put down UNC either) UVA ranks as the second be public institution in this country, only surpassed by Cal Berkeley.
  18. https://www.radioiowa.com/2009/11/19/former-isu-wrestling-coach-runs-for-congress/
  19. From FRL, it sounded like Askren had a contract with ESPN to be a commentator at this years NCAA. Not sure what capacity though.
  20. Agree on the Chiapparelli - Pope match. One of the best matches ever.
  21. Curious where Ian Miller will land or if he pursues something other than coaching.
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