- Jan 4, 2003
Wonder if it’s what Willie and Corby were alluding to.
Does not involve us.
Does not involve us.
Pulling Swafford's shirt is a little puzzling, but I don't think it indicates that Kem would be done, especially considering Nelson Brands is Kem's backup anyway and would likely get the nod in that situationI'm guessing it's just because Swafford wrestled attached at the Scuffle and Kemerer hasn't wrestled yet this year.
Suriano does actually! But I think even if his vision quest is done, Michigan might smell blood in the water to really win the title now.if i’m not mistaken, he also has a redshirt available…i would respect the hell out of him if he said he’s willing to wait a year for that match.
JMO, but not the smartest move to not get the surgeries out of the way, right after NCAA’s last year.Spencer got Brands his NC in Cael era
Team Spencer might think he cant win the NC this year on blown tires.
Brands owes Team Spencer a year off and go next year 100% and become the programs first 4x.
100% agree. Sadly, I think we might have already seen the best of Spencer. I hope he has a great freestyle career but I fear the injuries may have finally caught up with him. He has at least 3 ACL tears that we know of plus a shoulder tear. At some point his body is going to cry no mas.At this point I think Spencer's Olympic aspirations should trump all other considerations. He's done great things for Iowa and I wonder if coming back next year is too much of a risk to the Olympic dream. He certainly doesn't owe Iowa anything at this point.
i don’t think the kem thing is legit. willie just posted that he’s heard nothing about that.100% agree. Sadly, I think we might have already seen the best of Spencer. I hope he has a great freestyle career but I fear the injuries may have finally caught up with him. He has at least 3 ACL tears that we know of plus and a shoulder tear. At some point his body is going to cry no mas.
As for Kem, another kick in the nuts. By all accounts he’s a wonderful guy and one hell of a wrestler. He spent much of his career playing second fiddle to guys like Nolf, Hall and Starocci. He hesitated coming back this year so I doubt we’ll see him in 2022. Best wishes Michael.