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LImarty
Joined: Nov 28, 2003
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Im with you Crossface.

He loses somewhere in this Tourney. I think his season is over.....My thoughts, ONLY if he is a finalist - will he wrestle.


quickpick
Joined: Jan 9, 2015
Posts: 256
LImarty wrote:
Im with you Crossface.

He loses somewhere in this Tourney. I think his season is over.....My thoughts, ONLY if he is a finalist - will he wrestle.


https://www.flowrestling.org/events/6305684-2019-big-ten-wrestling-championship/videos?playing=6394108&limit=60

Cael actually admits that it was precautionary that Rasheed was held out and that he will in fact wrestle in Pittsburgh. Also, I think Crossface is referencing the fact that Rasheed probably won't have another year, especially after wrestling the majority of the season and being a conference finalist. I would think it is highly unlikely that he gets a medical redshirt for next year. I think he's wrestling, and leaving it all out there as he won't have another opportunity.


LImarty
Joined: Nov 28, 2003
Posts: 1087
I was referencing ...that if, and when he loses a match at the NCAAs- I will be surprised if he continues to wrestle back- He is a NCAA AA already,


Oldskool
Joined: Feb 1, 2004
Posts: 1169
quickpick wrote:
quickpick wrote:
LImarty wrote:
Congrats to:

Nick Piccininni - BIG 12 Champ

Yanni Diakamilholis - EIWA Champ

Vitali Arujau- 2nd EIWA

Shakur Rasheed- 2nd BIG 10

....ONE WEEK AND 1/2 IN PITTSBURG.


Add Anthony Sparacio to this list. Troy Keller, Brett Perry, Derek Spann and Brian Lantry are all in as well. I like the resurrection of Binghamton and UB had a great tournament at the MACís.


Parker Kropman, Kevin Parker, Ben Honis, Alex Smythe, Brett Perry
Forgot Youssif Hemida. I think that's all from NY.


ringworm2000
Joined: Jan 5, 2017
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Anthony Sparacio, Vincent DePrez and Lou DePrez from Binghamton are all qualifiers and from NYS as well.


Oldskool
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Posts: 1169
Covered them.


firemenj
Joined: Oct 19, 2007
Posts: 163
Location: NY
Parker Kropman got an at large bid as well


quickpick
Joined: Jan 9, 2015
Posts: 256
LImarty wrote:
I was referencing ...that if, and when he loses a match at the NCAAs- I will be surprised if he continues to wrestle back- He is a NCAA AA already,


Marty,

I'll bet a shot of Ol' Granddad against the field that Suriano wins 133.


LImarty
Joined: Nov 28, 2003
Posts: 1087
He has to score on Fix to win - not easy to do. Watch out for Bravo Young/Pletcher upsetting someone. DeSanto has been exposed- he cant get out of legs. Micic is still in the mix. Suriano can win but, I'll go Fix.

So, now you're gonna owe me a beer and a shot. Fix wins it all.
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