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  1. BigD236

    Your Team’s 19/20 Probable Lineup

    I am pretty sure PSU will not have a 149 that can beat Sasso. Why wouldn’t they want him? He will be at the least a 3 to 4 time AA.. I would bet he is a NC.
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    Your Team’s 19/20 Probable Lineup

    Do you mean he is not religious? Sasso is a great kid, he would fit in with any lifestyle. Ask Coach Crowell.
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    Your Team’s 19/20 Probable Lineup

    Matt Parker not on roster?
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    Your Team’s 19/20 Probable Lineup

    Sasso is the real deal. OSU got a great kid. PSU is going to regret they let him leave the state.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    NCAA must have it wrong on there website.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    No, your clock for eligibility starts when you enroll full time at a Universty. If you start college at 25, you still have 5 yrs of eligibility. Eligibility Timeline. Division I five-year clock: If you play at a Division I school, you have five-calendar years in which to play four seasons of competition. Your five-year clock starts when you enroll as a full-time student at any college.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    No, you can grey shirt even after wrestling a year or 2 in college. Ivy League schools do that, wrestler leaves school for a year and then comes back the next year to finish career. Red shirt you are allowed to stay in school. Also your eligibility doesn’t start until you enroll in college. You can take 5 yrs off after hs and then enroll.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    Ok. Then why grey shirt. If your parents have to pay for a full year of rent, food and other expenses. And if you take some classes at another college they would pay for that too. You could go directly to college, get your scholarship and red shirt I understand why Cornell does it, Ivy League can’t red shirt. But now we see other schools doing the same. And it will just get worse. Maybe 2 yr. grey shirt.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    I agree, I guess not.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    How college wrestling is going we will not see any parity. PSU, Ohio St, Iowa, or Okie St. will be the only schools winning National Championships in the next 10 yrs. The rich get richer with the RTC and the amount of money being generated. Having kids grey shirt then red shirt (or getting a 6th yr) is going to become the norm. I have a hard time believing kids grey shirting aren’t getting any financial help through RTC or alumni, might be wrong. We will see a few schools enter the top 4, but can’t sustain or improve. aka: NCS, Mich... I see Iowa St, Minn and Cornell making runs at top 4 but not winning it. Fire away!
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    Who is paying for these grey shirt’s living expenses. Is that on the parents?
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    Who will Maryland hire?

    Stutzman would be another good choice for Maryland. Had success at Bloomsburg and has made Buffalo a more competitive program.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    Agree. If I were Beckman I would’ve been pissed too.
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    Christian "Twitter Fingers" Pyles

    A lot of these coaches are scoundrels, they want to win at any cost. They will cross lines even if it is not what is acceptable. Even the ones who play the religious card. They get paid to win. If that means poaching kids from lesser programs or not telling the truth to recruits, well that is how it goes. Don’t ever think it is about the student athlete.
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