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  1. What makes you think this? 4X AA, 2X National Champion, world bronze medalist, an assistant coach in some capacity since graduating, and helped recruit Wisconsin highest placing team to 4th place finish. He’s in his early 40’s. Please elaborate on not a good long term solution.
  2. Replacing McDonough with Gross is a downgrade in my opinion. The whole Gross to Wisconsin had some shadiness to it, so not surprised by him replacing McD.
  3. That was just that, a rumor.
  4. Hillger was a Barry Davis hold over along with Wick. 0 AA recruits for Bono thus far! Alvarez should have listened to his alumni and brought Pritzlaff back or stuck with Barry. Bono & staff cost way more than Barry & staff for similar or even poorer results.
  5. I used criteria of 4X AA all at same weight, if nobody with all 4 at same weight went with minimum 3 years at weight 2000-2019 125 - Sam Hazewinkel 3, 3, 3, 2 133 - Tyler Graff 5, 5, 3, 2 Simmons only had one year at 133 141 - Mitchell Port R12, 2, 3, 2/Joey McKenna R12, 3, 3, 2 149 - Brandon Sorenson 4, 2, 3, 5 157 - James Green 7, 7, 3, 3 Bryan Snyder first year was 1999 165 - Tyler Caldwell 5, 2, 3, 2 174 - Logan Storley 6, 4, 3, 4 184 - Robert Hamlin 2, 4, 2 competed at 174 in 2010 DNP 197 - Kollin Moore 3, 4, 2 HWT - Michael McMullan 3, 2, 3, 3
  6. IMO have to put 4 timers in front of 3 timers 1. Lincoln McIlravy 3X champion - 4X finalist - 1, 1, 2, 1 2. Ed Banach 3X champion - 4X finalist - 1, 1, 2, 1 - lost to Mark Schultz 3X champion in only finals loss 3. Randy Lewis 2X champion, 3X finalist - 2, 1, 1, 7 - got 7th his senior year wrestling with 1 arm. 4. Tom Brands 3X champion - 4, 1, 1, 1 5. Jim Zalesky 3X champion - 5, 1, 1, 1 6. Barry Davis 3X champion - 7, 1, 1, 1 7. Joe Williams 3X champion - 7, 1, 1, 1 8. Duane Goldman 1X champion - 4X finalist - 2, 2, 2, 1 finals losses to Mark Schultz 3X champion, Jim Scherr, Dan Chaid 2X finalist 9. Mark Perry 2X champion - 3X finalist - 2, 3, 1, 1 - 2nd to Johny Hendricks 2X champion - 3rd to Ben Askren 2X champion 4X finalist and Jake Herbert 2X champion 3X finalist 10. Mark Ironside 2X champion - 6, 3, 1, 1 - 11. Terry Brands 2X champion - 3X finalist 1, 2, 1 - 137-7 career record 12. Brent Metcalf 2X Champion - 3X finalist - 1, 2, 1 - 108-3 career record 13. TJ Williams 2X champion - 1, 3, 1 - 98-1 career record
  7. Steve Marianetti over Lincoln McIlravy in 1995
  8. Sorry didn't see the list.  I forgot about Hardy 4Xer, 1X finalist.

     

    1. BadgerMon

      BadgerMon

      That's ok...is this Derek?

  9. South Dakota 1. Randy Lewis 4X-AA, 2X Champion, 3X finalist, 1984 Olympic gold, 1980 Olympian, 1978 world team, 1979 world team 2. Lincoln McIlravy 4X-AA, 3X Champion, 4X finalist, 2000 Olympic bronze, 1998 world bronze, 1999 world silver 3. Bill Scherr 3X-AA, 1X Champion, 1988 olympic bronze, 1985 world gold, 1986 world silver, 1987 world bronze, 1989 world silver 4. Jim Scherr 2X-AA, 1X Champion, 1988 olympian, 1986 world bronze, 1987 world silver, 1989 world silver 5. Dennis Kozlowski 3X-AA (DIII), 2X Champion, 1988 (GR) Olympic bronze, 1992 (GR) Olympic Silver, 1983 (GR) world team, 1985 (GR) world team, 1986 (GR) world team, 1987 (GR) world silver, 1991 (GR) world team 6. Duane Koslowski 1X-AA (DIII), 1X Champion, 1988 (GR) Olympian, 1986 (GR) world team, 1987 (GR) world team 7. Les Sigman 4X-AA (DII), 4X Champion, 2010 world team 8. Chad Lamer 4X-AA (DII) 3X Champion 9. Brock Lesnar 2X-AA(DI), 1X Champion, 2X finalist, 2X-AA(NJCAA), 1X Champion 10a. Logan Storley 4X-AA (6, 4, 3, 4) 10b. Robert Kokesh 3X-AA (R12, 3, 4, 3) 10c. Ryan Tobin 3X-AA (8, 3, 4)
  10. When did the 10 seed become better than the 7 seed
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