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125: Mattin/Assad dec Heinselman 3-0 MICH

133: Micic dec Pletcher 6-0 MICH

141: McKenna dec Storr 6-3 MICH

149: Jordan dec Amine 6-6

157: Pantaleo dec Hayes 9-6 MICH

165: Massa maj Romero 13-6 MICH

174: Amine maj Smith/Campbell 17-6 MICH

184: Martin fall Correll 17-12 MICH

197: Moore maj Striggow 17-16 MICH

285 Parris dec Singletary 20-16 MICH

I think either Mattin or Assad will pick up a decision. Jordan is probably a bigger favorite than a decision over Malik, but Malik has a great tendancy to keep matches close. This match is either a decision or a fall. As long as Parris can continue his in season improvements he will beat Singletary and Michigan will win the dual. 

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2 hours ago, treep2000 said:

Elaborating more fully on my prediction:

125:  Mattin dec. Malik.  3-0 Mich.   Note.  I could see a major by Mattin in this one.  But am only giving a regular decision, due to my homerism.  

133:  Micic dec. Pletcher:  6-0 Mich.  I just don't see this going Pletch's way again.  I'm concerned that Pletch may have peaked already for his career.  

141:  McKenna dec. Storr:  6-3 Mich.  OK.  McKenna wins by decision, but it's going to feel like a tech.  McKenna is operating like a neurosurgeon on the mat, with technical precision and solidity that I haven't seen in some time.  The points aren't there, but you'll walk away feeling like he absolutely destroyed Storr.  

149:  Jordan dec. Amine:  6-6 TIE.  Jordan should major or more... but he won't... because... well... I honestly don't know why.  

157:  Pantaleo dec. Hayes:  9-6 Mich.  Hayes biggest weaknesses are a.) his strength at this weight class, and b.) his perceived lead feet.  If Hayes let's loose and actually moves a little, it could be an entertaining match, as I do believe that Hayes has the skill to keep it close, or even pull out a victory.  

165:  Massa MDec. Romero:  13-6 Mich.  I could even see a pin by Massa, especially if Romero makes some "rookie" mistakes.  Limiting to major right now.

174:  Amine dec. Campbell/Smith:  16-6 Mich.  Either way, Amine wins, but they both know how to keep it close.  

184:  MyMar WBF Correll:  16-12 Mich.  Ryan tells him to pin... he pins.

197:  Moore WBF Striggow:  18-16 tOSU.  Ryan tells him to pin... he pins.

HWT:  Parris dec. Singletary:  19-18 Michigan.  Mason gets his revenge. 

This is how the Bucks lose this dual.  

Agree with this

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micic is gonna duck pletcher and michigan is gonna avoid being relevant for a whole consecutive decade.

Good call?

 

Does piss pounding Pletcher count as ducking?

 

PISS POUNDED

 

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125:  Mattin over Heinselman 12-6     Mich 3   Ohio State 0

133:  Micic over Pletcher 14-1       Mich 7   Ohio State 0

141  McKenna over Storr 18-3   Mich 7  Ohio State 5

149   Jordan over Amine 17-4  Mich 7  Ohio state 9

157 Pantaleo over Hayes 3-2  Mich 10 Ohio State 9

165 Massa over Romero  7-2 Mich 13 Ohio State 9

174 Amine over Smith 3-2 Mich 16 Ohio State 9

184 Martin over Correll 24-9 Mich 16 Ohio State 14

197 Moore over Striggow 12-5 Ohio State 17 Mich 16

H Singletary vs Parris



 

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Hayes continues to show that being perpetually overrated does not manufacture quality wins.

 

He is a slightly more talented more overrated version of Iowa's Cash Wilke or Lugo....... It's a toss up

 

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McKenna and Jordan looking fantastic. If RBY is hurt I can see a path for Ohio St to end the PSU dual meet streak and win the title in Pittsburgh. 
Agree about McKenna and Jordan looking great.
I would take McKenna over Yanni
Jordan still looks like 3rd-5th

RBY being hurt or not hurt doesn't change tOSU's chances in Pittsburgh.
The Buckeyes still need lots of things to go right to stay runner ups.
They are getting little to zero points at 125, 165, 174, 285 and with as deep as 133 is Pletcher's points are questionable.

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Playing captain obvious, atleast 133 has someone who looks deserving of the #1 rank now. Micic showed up to play today against a really tough dude in Pletcher. Up to this point 133 has looked like a level playing field (still is) but he looked the part.... tonight. Great showing.

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26 minutes ago, squeek said:

Hayes continues to show that being perpetually overrated does not manufacture quality wins.

 

He is a slightly more talented more overrated version of Iowa's Cash Wilke or Lugo....... It's a toss up

 

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Hayes wasn't favored to win so your statement makes absolutely no sense. Let's not forget he's also up a weight.

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