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Worst Wrestler Turned Great College Coach

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https://foresthistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Timeless-Heritage.pdf

 

"George Philip Bard, "The Working Plan Report for the Manzano National Forest" (Albuquerque, NM: 1908), p. 5. Federal Records Center, Denver, 09557A0179; Daniel W. Adams, Forest Supervisor, "Twenty-Five Year Working Plan for the Sitgreaves National Forest," n.p., n.d., pp. 7-8. Federal Records"

 

Any family connection?

 

 

 

Different guy.

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Kurt Angle would have grown up bigger if he had been from Austin and had a greater diversity of food .... oh, different thread.

 

 

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...or joined the WWE earlier.

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You guys are talking about people that "never AAed" but later went to the olympics as worst wrestlers ever? From this thread, it looks like just about every successful college coach coach in modern history was at least a D1 national qualifier. That almost goes against the argument that you don't have to be a good wrestler to be a good coach

NO. Roger Reina, according to Boomer's database, entered 2 EIWAs and was 0-4. not listed in his Jr year, apparently[?] could not break into the lineup of the last place team.  in other words - not round of 12 in 16 team EIWA. Possibly the most successful Ivy coach of the 2nd half of the 20th century.. 

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