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  1. Not an insider by any means, but I think I read somewhere that he went to Penn to pursue business school? Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
  2. McKenna beat Yianni at Senior Nationals but I tend to agree with you. McKenna might just be a tough match-up for Yianni.
  3. and suddenly Lee is back in contention for the hodge
  4. loses in a close one by a score of 16-2 or 18-3. In all seriousness, I think Yianni is still the favorite but not by much. I think it would be a dynamite match.
  5. Verk had a nice shot at the end of the 1st and then did nothing but stall and try to counter
  6. Is Lee going to lose another match because he's scared to go down?
  7. 2 really weird stall calls in the 2nd period of Lee vs. Verk
  8. Ooooooo weeee! I'm so happy to see another fan of the show on here! Regrettably, I'm not privileged to that information. The last time I asked Dan Harmon about it at the strip club we both frequent, he said something cryptic about Easter. So that's the only lead I've got. Maybe another April 1st release?
  9. That's true for the conference as a whole but is not always true for every weight. Take 184 for example. The top 5 ranked wrestlers at that weight currently reside outside of the Big Ten. There are some tough 125'ers in the Big, true, but when you have Picc, Glory, and Mueller wrestling elsewhere it's tough to call 125 in the Big Ten a tough weight.
  10. That's it thus far. All bonus since then with a fair share of TF's and falls. Hard to see Lee pull this one out unless Zahid stumbles at NCAAs or at least has a few tight ones between now and then.
  11. Partially agree. Nobody is unbeatable. However, don't concur with your first point. We've seen many great wrestlers have close matches for one reason or another. Zain had a couple 2-1 wins over Collica, Clagon, and Sorenson, respectively. Nolf had the famous ultra tight win against Hidlay. Bo lost to Myles twice. Those are just a few recent stand-out matches. I think it's too soon to claim that Spencer Lee is "figured out". He does seem to rely a little too much on the reinforced tilt though, I'll give you that.
  12. For what it's worth, just checked Jack Medley's record on wrestlestat and he has yet to lose this year by bonus. Still, I was more concerned by Lee's lack of activity in the 3rd than by the lack of bonus.
  13. It was fun while it lasted but Parris is on another level.
  14. Marinelli wins 16-5 over Hughes. It was a classic Marinelli match featuring post doubles, quick finishes, kicking the opponent's feet out as he's cutting them, 3/4 nelson and cowcatcher attempts. Kemerer via TF 21-6 over Max Maylor. His opponent was overmatched and continued to take shots, much to Kemdawg's benefit. Wilcke in at 184. Not sure about the reasoning behind the move. I think it's either because Abe is a little dinged up or Brands sending a message to Abe about nothing being a done deal. I don't think that Brands is the type to protect someone's ego (Abe has lost 2 out of his last 3) but then how do you explain Warner sitting out against Moore? Official review midway through the second about a possible escape on the edge. No escape given. Wilcke gets out shortly after the restart and is almost immediately in on the legs for a quick 2. Very slick maneuver for a sneaky 3 points. After the 1st period I thought it would be a typical Wilcke match. Based on score alone you would think it was but both opponents were very active in the 3rd... sorta. Wilcke did get stinged with a stalling warning in the 3rd for hugging the edge. Decent performance I suppose but I don't see how you don't go with Abe the rest of the way. 197: Warner wit ha deep snap halfway through the first and go behind for a TD. This seems to be his MO. Let's see if he keeps the pressure up to widen the gap. Lot's of riding. No definitive attempts to turn. Stall call on Warner at the end of the first. Iowa has been winning with scrambling and tough riding it seems like (Lugo, Warner, and to a lesser extent, Young). I'm a little tipsy at this point and am jumping between this match and OKST vs. Wyoming so I'm going to slow down. Warner wins 4-1. A few halfhearted attempts in the 3rd. I'm not sure he has the offense to place higher than 3rd. He was never in danger though so there's that. HWY. Match of the night. Here we go. Parris with a quick dump for 2. Wow. Cass with the reversal. Parris quick escape. Parris taking all the shots. Cass with a shot, Parris re-attack and score. Doesn't look good. Oh wow. Parris got the turk, dominating. PIN!
  15. Agreed. That is the kind of match Young would have to win in the quarters/blood run so it bodes well for his AA prospects. Young hasn't looked like the 5th best wrestler up to this point so this was a nice win.
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