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On ‎11‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 9:57 AM, Idaho said:

That has not been determined yet  - Still training at OSU

Dhesi is wrestling at the U23 World Championships this week

If Dhesi wrestles second semester he will not lose to Steveson

Why do you think Dhesi will not lose to Steveson. Everybody else does. Nothing new to see here. 

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33 minutes ago, REPetzoldt said:

Why do you think Dhesi will not lose to Steveson. Everybody else does. Nothing new to see here. 

Not everybody. Adam Coon beat him, and the Uzbek at Junior Worlds put him on his back for a long time before pinning him, so some people have beaten him. 

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On 11/22/2018 at 8:51 AM, REPetzoldt said:

Why do you think Dhesi will not lose to Steveson. Everybody else does. Nothing new to see here. 

Everybody else does? Don't think so. We may or may not find out depending on if Dhesi wrestles second semester or not. If you wanted to gauge recent common opponents Steveson 3-1 OT over Hall and Dhesi 9-5. After spending most of 2 years out with an injury, once he got his lungs he was very tough. Beat Nevills, pinned Kasper, made the Canadian World (edit) team, had a victory over Gwiz in international (and a loss at Worlds). Nothing against Steveson - keep talking him up . Seems like a great kid. 

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Well Minnesota may not be fielding a team of the same caliber of years gone by, but when you look at their line up, you see that there are a lot of guys that are right there on the cusp. So if they can stay injury free and maybe win a few tight ones here and there, (especially in March ), who knows maybe they will have a very good year. 

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1 hour ago, de4856 said:

Well Minnesota may not be fielding a team of the same caliber of years gone by, but when you look at their line up, you see that there are a lot of guys that are right there on the cusp. So if they can stay injury free and maybe win a few tight ones here and there, (especially in March ), who knows maybe they will have a very good year. 

 

Minnesota is pretty good. Agree, they have some guys on the cusp. McKee finally broke through and beat Brock in folkstyle, and looked pretty good while doing it. It definitely wasn't a fluke. Steveson will likely win the NCAA title. A couple other guys make AA and Minnesota is a shoe-in for top 10.

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On 11/27/2018 at 1:36 AM, TobusRex said:

 

Minnesota is pretty good. Agree, they have some guys on the cusp. McKee finally broke through and beat Brock in folkstyle, and looked pretty good while doing it. It definitely wasn't a fluke. Steveson will likely win the NCAA title. A couple other guys make AA and Minnesota is a shoe-in for top 10.

If McKee AAs and Gable wins a title, they are most likely already top 10! I’m sure they will have at least 2 other AAs. It’s unlikely to happen, but with 3 other AAs, they are top 4. 

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40 minutes ago, BigTenFanboy said:

Until hes an Olympian, he cannot and does not deserve the privileges and benefits of being an Olympian.

AGREE 100%,  but his future is bright,  he will have a reasonable chance, Will be interesting at NCAA's with him, Cassar, and the young Stevenson.

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Minnesota results from South Beach today. Courtesy of theguillotine.com

 
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2:00 PM - Today #272

Minnesota defeated Lehigh 25-9
125 - Sean Russell (Minnesota) over Jaret Lane (Lehigh) Maj 20-9
133 - Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) over Brandon Paetzel (Lehigh) Dec 7-0
141 - Mitchell McKee (Minnesota) over Luke Karam (Lehigh) Fall 2:16
149 - Thomas Thorn (Minnesota) over Cortlandt Schuyler (Lehigh) Dec 7-3
157 - Josh Humphreys (Lehigh) over Steve Bleise (Minnesota) Dec 5-3
165 - Carson Brolsma (Minnesota) over Gordon Wolf (Lehigh) Dec 10-8
174 - Jordan Kutler (Lehigh) over Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) Dec 7-3
184 - Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) over Brandon Krone (Minnesota) Dec 5-3
197 - Rylee Streifel (Minnesota) over Jake Jakobsen (Lehigh) Dec 1-0
285 - Gable Steveson (Minnesota) over Jordan Wood (Lehigh) Dec 9-4

Minnesota defeated North Carolina 29-11
125 - Sean Russell (Minnesota) over Joe Heilmann (North Carolina) Maj 14-3
133 - Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) over Gary Wayne Harding (North Carolina) TF 18-0
141 - AC Headlee (North Carolina) over Mitchell McKee (Minnesota) TB-1 (Fall) 7:35
149 - Austin O`Connor (North Carolina) over Thomas Thorn (Minnesota) Dec 7-3
157 - Steve Bleise (Minnesota) over Josh McClure (North Carolina) Dec 8-6
165 - Carson Brolsma (Minnesota) over Sawyer Davidson (North Carolina) Dec 4-2
174 - Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) over Will MacDonald (North Carolina) TF 17-0
184 - Chip Ness (North Carolina) over Brandon Krone (Minnesota) Dec 8-7
197 - Rylee Streifel (Minnesota) over Chasen Blair (North Carolina) Dec 6-1
285 - Gable Steveson (Minnesota) over cory Daniel (North Carolina) Fall 1:43
North Carolina's team score was adjusted by -1.0 for control of mat

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Can Minny knock off Iowa next week?
Outside of the obvious 6 points at 285 when Stoll sits with the Stevenson Flu.
125- Iowa +5
133- Minn +4
141- Minn +3
149- Minn +3
157- Toss up
165- Iowa +6
174- Minn +3
184- Toss up
197- Toss up
285- The Flu +6 Minny

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