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1 hour ago, Schuteandscore said:

I am pretty sure but feel like that rule came later.  I was wrestling college at the time and that rule I thought came after I had graduated, but my memory is fuzzy.

I could be wrong about this but it seems to me that LU tried to file a protest based on the fact that the 2nd stalemate call should have been stalling but were denied based on the fact that they had left the mat area prior to filing the protest.   I expect Gimp would know the details of that situation.  Anyway that is why I don't think it was a simple case of "judgement " call.  I think the rule was the 2nd time dropping to the leg was suppose to be stalling.  I could be wrong.

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23 hours ago, lu1979 said:

I am very sure that the rules then said the 1st time you dropped to an ankle it was supposed to be a stalemate and the 2nd time a stalling call.  As Waller was already called for stalling for failure to return Dillon while on their feet a stalling call would have given the win to Dillon. 

That's the rule that came out of the situation, in my opinion. It kept getting stalemated in 2003. The next year, it went stalemate on first drop to the ankle, second would be a stall. 

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