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  1. Taylor Lujan for me. He grew up 10 miles away and I got opportunities to see him compete since he was young. Idk if he would have won and become Georgia’s first NCAA D1 Champion. He did become the second ever #1 seed from Georgia - Charlie Heard UTC @118 in 1984 was the first.
  2. Considering that a few winter sports (wrestling, Indoor Tack and Field) had already eliminated so many participants and were down to their final weekend why not allow for some creative scheduling? Have the 2020 NCAA Championships at the beginning of the 2020-2021 season followed by the regular season then the 2021 NCAA Championships. There are plenty of issues- seniors wanting to move on with life, time out of class for undergrads, ...
  3. I know there are great stories of each of the 330 participants. There is one I would like to touch upon- Taylor Lujan. Taylor grew up a few miles away. I got to watch him from time to time in youth, middle school, high school, and college. Though I taught and coached at a different school I did enjoy seeing him compete. I was looking forward to seeing if this would be his year to finally earn All-American honors. Then with a failed drug test by the best wrestler in Taylor's weight class (184), the possibility of him winning an NCAA Division 1 Wresting Champion became a real possibility. His #1 seed at the NCAA Tournament had only been matched once by a Georgia prep- Charlie Heard (118 lbs, UTC, 1984). With cancellation of the Tournament, Georgia is still waiting to produce an NCAA D1 National Champion. Take Care.
  4. http://www.wlox.com/2019/04/22/ocean-springs-greyhounds-fighting-keep-wrestling-alive-mississippi/?fbclid=IwAR3T79nGZEKo05ooj-BXMQ0UUCZ_oHgzJnGQiRSdHQ0gHIT06FO2ZrSb1Sw Article from the Gulf Coast
  5. 1) the internet has no space so I can't waste something that doesn't exist 2) What i provide is an actual event and will come to fruition- I am confident that my line ups are more accurate that any others posted. Even with a rash of injuries the lineups I provide will not change. 3) You are placing too much credit to the value the SEC has for wrestling 4) Considering that I live in the heart of SEC country I feel t is a topic to be discussed. 5) Good Luck
  6. Georgia 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Alabama 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Auburn 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF LSU 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Arkansas 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Ole Miss 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Mississippi State 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Texas AM 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Tennessee 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Florida 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Kentucky 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF Vanderbilt 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF South Carolina 125) FF 133) FF 141) FF 149) FF 157) FF 165) FF 174) FF 184) FF 197) FF 285) FF
  7. Georgia ended up with 20 points as a starting team and 23 total (?) as a group. 125- Russell (Minn) 4 points (2 majors on Thursday); Allen (UTC) 0; Milholf (WD) 133- Russell (App State) 2.5 points (fall in the consolations) 141- none 149- none 157- Ruffin (SIE) .5 (win in consolations) 165- Bullard (NCST) 1 (win in Round 1). Marinelli (GW) 0 174- Lujan (UNI) 3 points (won by major in Rd 1 and won by minor in Rd 2; Kane (UNC) scored i think 2.5 won (minor) in the pigtail, lost, won 3 minor decisions in the consolations and lost in the Blood Round; Bullard (NCST) .5 won in the consolations 184- Ness (UNC) 9 points (won minors on Thursday and Friday Morning) 197- Jones (UTC) 0 285- none
  8. It appears that throwing the foam challenge brick is becoming more than simply rolling the brick onto the mat. I saw a few forceful tosses that where not even close to the wrestlers. I can't wait to see a coach throw the brick at the official or a loud mouth fan. Will the NCAA change how the challenges are made? Or will a game of dodge brick break out?
  9. According to wrestlestats.com Dan Hodge pinned through in 1956. He pinned every opponent in the Conference meet in 1955, 56, and 57. He has two bouts go the distance during those same seasons in those NCAA Tournaments (one in 1955 and the other in 1957).
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