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11 hours ago, rcoates1 said:

He certified at 165, which means he weighed in between 165.1 and 174

Cowboy radio announcers said during the Minnesota pre-match broadcast that he had certified at 157 but that they didn't think that he would ever get down there.

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Nevills is redshirting? I'm glad to hear that,  hate seeing good wrestlers missing out on the action. I thought he redshirted earlier, guess I was wrong.

Nevills redshirted in 2014-15. He has already competed in three B1G tourneys. He either needs to beat Cassar for the spot or transfer out for the Spring semester. The mid-season is much easier to do if he completes his undergrad degree requirements by December.


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14 hours ago, Idaho said:

Good thinking...gotta get the plastics going. 

"plastics"....  thank you, lol when people call them sauna suits or sweat suits, I don't know why it bothers me, PLASTICS damnit.  I used to run 5-8 miles every morning before school in em,... tried to run 5-8 blocks as an out of shape adult the other day wearing some.....  thought I was going to die 2 minutes in. 
Not an old mans game.

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"plastics"....  thank you, lol when people call them sauna suits or sweat suits, I don't know why it bothers me, PLASTICS damnit.  I used to run 5-8 miles every morning before school in em,... tried to run 5-8 blocks as an out of shape adult the other day wearing some.....  thought I was going to die 2 minutes in. 
Not an old mans game.

I was too cheap to buy a proper sauna suit. For me, it was a garbage bag w a t-shirt underneath to soak up sweat.


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I remember a time when on the first day of practice we lined up and coach gave us our sweats and a set of plastics. Everyone on the team had them, no exceptions.

And yes a t-shirt underneath helped a lot because those damn things were nasty when directly against your skin. 

 

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16 hours ago, Zebra said:

I remember a time when on the first day of practice we lined up and coach gave us our sweats and a set of plastics. Everyone on the team had them, no exceptions.

And yes a t-shirt underneath helped a lot because those damn things were nasty when directly against your skin. 

 

This is such a terrible practice. Glad our sport has moved away from it. 

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