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2 hours ago, steamboat_charlie v2 said:

Lee was the higher ranked recruit.  

 

Flo ranked Red 8th on the final class of 2016 big board: https://www.flowrestling.org/rankings/6031432-class-of-2016-big-board/15022-mark-hall-reigns-supreme

And Lee 9th on the final class of 2017 big board: https://www.flowrestling.org/rankings/6031476-class-of-2017-big-board/16233-final-class-of-2017-big-board

 

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1 hour ago, CholleyVandine said:

Hmmm.  I was looking at 2017 recruiting class rankings which showed him at #4.  Guess they were just dated differently.  Regardless, both were top 10 recruits so not a huge difference. 

#3 - Penn State

5 year cycle: #2, #18, #1, #6, #18 

Top 100 Recruits
No. 4 Nick Lee, IN (141)
No. 6 Brady Berge, MN (149/157)
No. 20 Jarod Verkleeren, PA (149)

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On 1/16/2019 at 2:53 PM, steamboat_charlie v2 said:


2018 Big 10 Tournament - 157
Cons. Semi - Andrew Crone (Wisconsin) 27-10 won by medical forfeit over Michael Kemerer (Iowa) 22-2 (M. For.)
Cons. Semi - Tyler Berger (Nebraska) 22-8 won by medical forfeit over Jason Nolf (Penn State) 21-3 (M. For.)

Nolf also was never 21-3.  He "lost" one match last year due to injury.  He has only lost two other matches in college; both his freshman year by a point to IMar.

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28 minutes ago, steamboat_charlie v2 said:

Thanks for the history lesson.  I was making a joke, genius.  

It wasn't funny and you are purveying false information.  Keep your day job.  You have no career in comedy.

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Whelp as a Husker Fan,

125-  I would hope this goes Moisey but who knows, hes been up and down all year plus, I hope he can just make weight. If he does. He wins   3-0 NU

133- RBY I has been looking good and will most likely win but Nebraska just burned the RS of Jevon Parrish ( who I think will wrestle) so this could be closer than people think.  I think it will be a good match but ultimately will go to PSU  3-3

141- Would be nice to have Red wrestling like he was at Nationals last year. But he hasn't been close to form this year. If he does Red wins this one. 6-3 NU

149- It doesn't matter who PSU puts here at 149. Nebraska hasn't has a good 149 for awhile. Bonus points for PSU 7-6 PSU

157- Berger has been wrestling his best this year. Smart, controlled wrestling but Nolf is on another level. With a similar opponent in Deakin. One throwing him around like a rag-doll, the other by a 2 TDs in the 3rd, this one goes to Nolf. Probably 7-3.     10-6 PSU

165- In my personal opinion, I like White and If Cenzo goes I still think White wins. Now BIGS ans NCAAs are a different story.  10-9 PSU

174- Labs is gonna be good. and I think he is going to own this class once Hall and Valencia are gone. But at this moment Hall is too much. Bonus Points for Hall 14-9 PSU

184- OK this match is gonna be the best match of the Dual. Venz  is a beast and could win in a close match or get a pin. For now Ill call it just a decision. 14-12 PSU 

197. Nickle, PIN. If not, then a Tech. Schulz is good. Not Nickle good tho. Ill go with pin.  20-12 PSU

285- Jensen will probably lose in a decision but could be a major or tech.. 25-12 PSU 

All in all could be bad, Could be Closer. But all in all PSU wins, just a matter of how much. 

 

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On 1/17/2019 at 3:17 PM, TBar1977 said:

Red beat Lee in high school. 

Berger beat Nolf in high school.

White 2x beat Joseph in high school.

All three Penn State wrestlers have performed better in college. 

Cael Sanderson can coach. 

Just trying to keep things simple here. 

Upsets happen in wrestling all the time. The better guy doesn't always win. We've all seen better wrestlers get pinned by lesser wrestlers. Plus the dynamic between HS and college is totally whacked. Some guys never touched their potential as wrestlers in HS because of coaching issues (or other things), but when they get to college they bloom. That's why we occasionally see guys who never even won state in HS win NCAA titles. Other guys have the best coaching from a ridiculously early age and win 10 national titles for their age groups while growing up (guys like Spencer Lee, Yianni, David Taylor, etc) and arrive "college ready".   But I digress.

I wouldn't put too much weight on random HS meetups between the kids as a way of predicting results in college. There's too big a discrepancy in the skill levels in different wrestling rooms.

 

I agree, btw, Cael can coach, and very well.

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1 hour ago, jeffrideal said:

Flo is showing it live.  1 PM EST / Noon Central. 

Yea thanks.....I was just on Flo and discovered it....didn't see it earlier.....thanks.  Fadz

1 hour ago, jeffrideal said:

Flo is showing it live.  1 PM EST / Noon Central. 

 

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No Shakur Rasheed,  two of the PSu back ups weighed in today. Dual meet starts at 125. Another sell out for PSU and close to all seats being filled despite the snow storm. 

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Is anyone else’s stream lacking audio or announcers?? There was sound for the introductions then as soon as 125 started its radio silence. There’s not even crowd noise or whistles.


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1 minute ago, Ari Gold said:

Is anyone else’s stream lacking audio or announcers?? There was sound for the introductions then as soon as 125 started its radio silence. There’s not even crowd noise or whistles.


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