Noteworthy Results & Goldfish Games: Feb 3-6

eddy line

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Thought Mcic had the back points, but the refs waived it off. 3-3 at the end of one.
 

KCLion

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And now it looks like he realizes it and it’s beating him down mentally. His body language was horrible
Wouldn’t be surprised if he tried 133 which has its own problems for him.

But, who does he best among Lee, Rivera, Eirman, Redd, etc., and that’s just the Big10.
 

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In a weird twist, we’ll have to lean on our lightweights - need the first 3 and some bonus would be nice
Kerk is gonna curb stomp Lance.

Also I don't think we'll see Beard on Sunday. Looks like the coaches are lining him up for a medical shirt -- which would get him an extra year after Dean graduates. Much more likely we see Ball bump up to 197.

197 probably doesn't matter that much. We're winning 125, 133, 141, 184, 285, and Edsell is probably better than their 165. Bonus at 133 and 285, and a real shot at a pin at 125 (their guy is 3-10 this year).
 

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Not sure how many care about the Big Ten regular season dual title but I’m pretty sure we locked it up today. We have a head to head over Iowa and Nebraska has two losses already. We can lose to Nebraska and it wouldn’t matter. If you care a lot about pride and the streak then sure but I think Cael is going to prioritize health big time.
Also the nits are 91-2 in duals in their last 93.
 

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Yep, Byers said we won the Big Ten Dual championship title last night.

chop wood, carry water!
 
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ASU beat Stanford 25-15 last night--a couple of interesting results:
  • Parco majored Abas 11-3
  • Griffith had a dogfight w/ Valencia, winning 7-6
 

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Cornell - Princeton starting at 165, so it will be a while before Arujau - Glory.

And . . . unranked Marsh upsets #8 Ramirez 7-6.
 
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*Marsh of Princeton upsets #8 Ramirez 7-6 to start the match Princton up 3-0
*Foca of Cornell over Duggan 10-4 ties match at 3-3
* #15 Loew over #20 Stefanik 5-2 Cornell up 6-3
* #19 Cardenas over #18 Stout 3-1 in OT. Cornell up 9-3
* #17 Fernandez over Cover 13-4 Cornell up 13-3
* #2 Glory wins a wild one over #3 Arujau 11-9 Cornell leads 13-6
 
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slushhead

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Ramirez was gassed hard, clearly not used to wrestling right away.
If Ayres suspected that was going to be a problem for Ramirez, can you imagine the back-pattery that would be in order if Princeton had won the toss and Ayres decided to start at 165?
 

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Arujau - Glory

1st Period
Glory TD, 2-0
Arujau R, 2-2
Glory E, 3-2
Glory TD, 5-2
Can he keep up this pace?
Arujau R, 5-4
Illegal Cutback on Arujau, 6-4
Rides out, period ends Glory up 6-4.

2nd Period
Glory takes bottom.
Glory E, 7-4
Arujau TD, 7-6
Glory E, 8-6
Arujau TD, 8-8
Glory E, 9-8
Period end on their feet, Glory up 9-8.

3rd Period
Arujau goes neutral.
Glory TD, Arujau E, 11-9
Review on TD, upheld.
Long scramble, no points.
0:20 left.
Glory tests out track shoes, wins 11-9.

Quite the battle.
And boy, was Glory proud of himself afterward. He and Rivera are like twins separated at birth, lol.
 
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Arujau - Glory

1st Period
Glory TD, 2-0
Arujau R, 2-2
Glory E, 3-2
Glory TD, 5-2
Can he keep up this pace?
Arujau R, 5-4
Illegal Cutback on Arujau, 6-4
Rides out, period ends Glory up 6-4.

2nd Period
Glory takes bottom.
Glory E, 7-4
Arujau TD, 7-6
Glory E, 8-6
Arujau TD, 8-8
Glory E, 9-8
Period end on their feet, Glory up 9-8.

3rd Period
Arujau goes neutral.
Glory TD, Arujau E, 11-9
Review on TD, upheld.
Long scramble, no points.
0:20 left.
Glory tests out track shoes, wins 11-9.

Quite the battle.
Thx for the PBP!
 
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NittanyChris

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Great match. Arujau didn’t look the same after apparently hurting his hand/wrist.
 

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And Vince Turk shows us the Iowa style at the end of his last Carver match. Gomez responds with a “let’s go MF” and gets away with it.
 

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Kerk is gonna curb stomp Lance.

Also I don't think we'll see Beard on Sunday. Looks like the coaches are lining him up for a medical shirt -- which would get him an extra year after Dean graduates. Much more likely we see Ball bump up to 197.

197 probably doesn't matter that much. We're winning 125, 133, 141, 184, 285, and Edsell is probably better than their 165. Bonus at 133 and 285, and a real shot at a pin at 125 (their guy is 3-10 this year).
Though rather passive offensively, Lance hung in surprising well against Parris on Friday (2/4), losing only 4-1. And the second TD by Parris came very late; the bout score was close the whole way.

I had figured that Parris would dominate, but no.
 
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