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  1. He's a kid, he's allowed to be dumb, the fact that Flo is running with it is embarassing.
    11 points
  2. On Saturday night, Steve Banach was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in the "Outstanding American" category. He joins brothers Ed and Lou as the only three brothers in the hall. FROM THE HALL -- Retired United States Army Infantry Colonel Steve Banach began wrestling in the eighth grade and competed alongside his younger twin brothers Ed and Lou Banach for Port Jervis High School in Port Jervis, New York. He continued his career at Clemson University, where he was elected captain of the wrestling team as a freshman and was an Atlantic Coast Conference finalist. Banach then decided to transfer to the University of Iowa, where his twin brothers were wrestling for Dan Gable. Steve ended his wrestling career at the 1984 Final Olympic Trials as a member of the US Army Wrestling Team. He served with distinction in the United States Army from 1983 to 2010. This period of service included deployments to six combat zones. Steve demonstrated impeccable leadership during his service in the U.S. Army. He is a Distinguished Member of the 75th Ranger Regiment and served in that special operations organization for nine years, culminating with command of the 3rd Ranger Battalion from 2001-2003. He led U.S. Army Rangers during a historic night combat parachute assault into Afghanistan on October 19, 2001, as the “spearhead” for the Global War on Terror for the United States of America. He subsequently led U.S. Army Rangers in a second combat parachute assault into Al Anbar Province in western Iraq in 2003. Banach served as the 11th Director of the prestigious School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) and led the development of the U.S. Army’s Design Methodology doctrine. As a Stryker Brigade Commander, he led the development of the Company Intelligence Support Team tactics, techniques, and procedures, for the U.S. Army. He served as the lead Design Officer for the Department of the Army Cyber Information Warfare Design Planning Team. He also served as the Director of the Army Management Staff College and was responsible for the design and implementation of the US Army’s Civilian Education System. He earned the Distinguished Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal with Valor Device, Bronze Star Medal for Service, the Combat Infantryman’s Badge with two awards, and the Master Parachutist Badge with two Bronze Combat Jump Stars. Banach also holds a certificate in Leadership in Crisis: Preparation and Performance, from the JFK School of Government at Harvard University. After leaving the U.S. Army, Banach served as the CEO of the Operational Art & Strategic Initiatives Studies Group (OASIS-G) and is now the Vice-President for Strategic Planning at SOFTwarfare, LLC.
    8 points
  3. I thought I was agreeing with you, but I guess not? As a black man closer to 60 than 50, I think it's absolutely horseshit to demonize anybody who is simply trying because of the color or their skin. It goes both ways, too. Seeing people all over social medias advocate using physical violence, or any other prejudicial hate, to justify the positive-negative asymmetry of it is complete dog shit. Not even the good, high protein Ziwi Peak dog shit... the cheap Gravy Train dog shit. Evil is evil, is it not?
    6 points
  4. Did I share an opinion that being gay is unacceptable? No. Do I care if people are LGBT No. Did I criticize a specific behavior in public? Yes. Did I say people should not be on tv? No. Did I point out over representation? Yes.
    6 points
  5. You are a treat TPT. You twist and squirm to change what people say to make them demons. I did not equate myself to terrorists. Not even close. That is a lie you tell yourself with a smugness that allows you to think you are winning an argument. It is a ridiculous narrative you weave and everyone can see it. You might try something else, this isn't working for you. I have been very clear here about what I think. IDF goes after Hamas operatives. If they are hiding with civilians, and civilians get hurt or killed, that is on Hamas. I do not think IDF should or does target civilians. But if Hamas will use them as shields, that is on Hamas. Hamas should have thought about that before attacking innocent civilians in Israel on Oct 7. And it is apparent they did. Sinwa of Hamas wants casualties. He is very clear that more Gazan civilian casualties, the better. He is the monster you should be concerned with because he has very real power over there. I, who have been very clearly on the opposite of him, should not concern you one bit. And you know that but try to warp what has been written on here. Your fake outrage is very transparent. Your attempt to equalize me with terrorists is laughable. One of the worst comparisons I have ever heard. You need a new bag of tricks. mspart
    6 points
  6. Current Crystal Ball worksheet 1 Greg Kerkvliet Penn St. 2 Wyatt Hendrickson OK State 3 Yonger Bastida Iowa St. 4 Nick Feldman Ohio St. 5 Cohlton Schultz Arizona St. 6 Isaac Trumble NC State 7 Dayton Pitzer Pitt 8 Taye Ghadiali Campbell BR Nathan Taylor Lehigh BR Yara Slavikouski Rutgers BR Jimmy Mullen Virginia Tech BR Ben Kueter Iowa R16 Cory Day Binghamton R16 Josh Heindselman Oklahoma R16 Luke Luffman Illinois R16 Seth Nevills Maryland
    6 points
  7. Sanderson was never in the argument for "best in the world." The other two have been. Sanderson is an all-time American great, but no one out the the US would consider him much more than a one hit wonder. His NCAA and coaching accomplishments have inflated his international achievements. Similar stuff happened with Dan Gable.
    6 points
  8. Honestly, with this being in Flo's backyard, they should White Knight this bitch. They won't. They should, though.
    5 points
  9. Everybody is getting what they deserve here. The AINs were the IOC's silly solution to the harder decision they wanted to avoid - whether to exclude an entire country from the Olympics due to non-sporting/political events, in this case Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Thus, the ridiculous concept of Russia and Belarus sending wrestlers to the Euro qualifier with a wink and a nod that they were from Russia and Belarus but wouldn't actually be representing Russia and Belarus. On the flip side, the AINs allowed Putin and Lukashenko to act like everything was normal and that they could send their best athletes with the assumption that would all be cleared after qualification. Then, Ukraine called the IOC's bluff and demanded Sadulaev's exclusion from the Euro qualifiers. I doubt Sadulaev is more or less invested in the invasion of Ukraine that any of the other Russian wrestlers despite his friendship with Kadyrov - the Chechen wrestlers seem to keep their focus close to home, and if Putin calls you probably respond because you don't want your family to be thrown off of the top of a skyscraper - but Ukraine knew they would put a spotlight on the issue with the callout for Sadulaev. So here we are. All of this nonsense when the easier decision would've been for the IOC to expel Russia years ago given the rampant state-supported doping program uncovered during the Sochi games - a ban that would've put the focus on the sporting competition and not world politics. How do people this stupid get to be in charge of anything? At the end, I hope Bey gets a shot at a quota.
    5 points
  10. Ive got a crew of five….+ three. The chaos has been the best job in the world (two years from the ‘finish line’’, although it’s never really finished) Everyone has their own way to celebrate, hope you all have a great one!
    5 points
  11. how much would you not pay to watch him wrestle logan storley again...
    5 points
  12. Idk. When they have to change the rules to beat you, you are doing something right.
    5 points
  13. 5 points
  14. Todrank (who at best was below average for DI) knew he was going to get blasted, but he was wrestling up from 149, lasted longer than expected, and scored legitimate points against Nolf. It was stupid to taunt him, but he still had a better night than he expected. He fights MMA now. He said this about that match during an interview: “My whole wrestling career, I was a s***head,” Todrank laughed. “I talked s*** during matches, I did little antics here and there; I did this my whole career. It was [Nolf’s] senior night, so I had come to the decision that I wasn’t going to do my antics or talk mess. At a point, he shoved me and I kind of shoved him back, then the way I wrestle, I try to circle and create angles. He got frustrated trying to chase me down, so he double foot jumped at me and I heard a whole section of the audience laugh at me. When I heard them laugh at me I was like, ‘All right, f*** it, I’m turning it on now.’”
    5 points
  15. Here is an attempt to pick one at each weight 125- Luke Lilledahl 133 - Cael Hughes 141- Ryder Block 149- Kaleb Larkin 157- Raphael Hipolito (maybe I am missing someone else at this weight...) 165- Beau Mantanona 174- Gabe Arnold 184- Max McEnally 197- Connor Mirasola HWT- Aden Attao
    5 points
  16. I think S Lee is the bad draw and I think he feels so also. I hope he wrestles that way. mspart
    5 points
  17. I watched this topnotch documentary on youtube yesterday and wanted to share. Curran Jacobs (MSU wrestler and catch world champion) has put together a documentary on the history of catch-as-catch-can wrestling along with Mike Chapman (WIN Magazine, creator of the Hodge Trophy, 5x National Wrestling Writer of the Year) that is absolutely fascinating. I cannot recommend this highly enough. Learn about guys like Billy Riley, Karl Gotch, Frank Gotch, Farmer Burns, and many more. Watch Terry Brands volunteer to get his tibia broken with a toe hold in front of the Gable statue. See the passion Dan Gable and others have for the history of the sport. It is an hour and seventeen minutes well spent. To paraphrase Mike Chapman, get hooked on catch.
    5 points
  18. 57 KG - Spencer Lee, USA 65 KG - Zain Retherford, USA 74 KG - Kyle Dake, USA 86 KG - Aaron Brooks, USA 97 KG - Kyle Snyder, USA 125 KG - Mason Parris, USA
    5 points
  19. • Smaller Government - includes less regulation, red tape, high operating budget. namely good for business/economy and a plan to give education back to the states • Staying Out of The International Sieve - the US gets absolutely rag dolled by NATO, the WHO, etc etc. Trump also was and is out of the fray of the military industrial complex of which we give TRILLIONS away for nothing. He's also exponentially more savvy in international diplomacy and approach than anyone on the left, who are as crooked as the day is long, and as dumb, to boot. • Immigration - build the wall. have some accountability on who comes and goes. Plan to make work cisas SOP for foreign graduates of American colleges to keep most talented youth here in the states. • Drill Baby, Drill - the entire economy improves with efficient energy. The left has sold the american people of fake bill of goods on this phony climate change b.s.. The technology isn't there, it's more harmful to the environment, and less efficient. it's utter nonsense. Conversely can you tell me what policies Biden or the Federal level administrative Left posit that you are excited about?
    4 points
  20. Me and the my generation of black men are also tired of how hard it is to be a white male aged 30-55 right now. It sucks to see and it is embarrassing that there are people actually advocating for it to be even more extreme.
    4 points
  21. nhs67 out there throwing down!
    4 points
  22. There is no dichotomy here. Owning a gun and being pro life are not mutually exclusive. If you are pro life you are not using that gun to end lives unless your own or someone else's life is being imminently threatened. I see no conundrum here at all. I think that being pro life means protecting the innocent. Be it abortion, crime, etc. Who's life am I "pro" for? My own, that of my family, then friends, then strangers who have their life in peril because of a perp. The perp does not get consideration since he is willing to destroy an innocent life. I do not carry a gun. I have not found that this is necessary for me just yet. But I would not be opposed to carrying a gun if society gets to the point where I am feeling in danger. I have never shot anyone. I would most likely have a hard time doing so but would to save a family member for sure. mspart
    4 points
  23. This is updated to the best of my knowledge but let me know if you spot anything missing or off. Weight WS Rank Athlete 2024-25 Year Hometown Transferring From Transferring To 285 2 Wyatt Hendrickson Graduate Newton, KS Air Force Oklahoma State 174 2 Dean Hamiti Senior Joliet, IL Wisconsin Oklahoma State 197 3 Jacob Cardenas Graduate Kearny, NJ Cornell Michigan 149 3 Kyle Parco Graduate Danville, CA Arizona State Iowa 141 3 Andrew Alirez Graduate Greeley, CO Northern Colorado Will not transfer 285 5 Cohlton Schultz Graduate Parker, CO Arizona State Will not transfer 174 6 Lennox Wolak Graduate Columbus, OH Columbia Virginia Tech 165 7 Cam Amine Graduate Brighton, MI Michigan Oklahoma State 285 7 Yaraslau Slavikouski Graduate Rechitsa, BY Rutgers Will not transfer 165 8 Terrell Barraclough Graduate Kaysville, OH Penn State Utah Valley 157 10 Tommy Askey Graduate Pine Bush, NY App State Minnesota 165 10 Caleb Fish Graduate Eaton Rapids, MI Michigan State Oklahoma State 133 11 Connor McGonagle Graduate Danville, NH Lehigh Virginia Tech 141 13 Cleveland Belton Graduate Corona, CA Oregon State Oklahoma 174 13 Gaven Sax Graduate St. Robert, MO NDSU Oklahoma 157 15 Chase Saldate Senior Gilroy, CA Michigan State Michigan 285 17 Dorian Crosby Graduate Erie, PA Bucknell Gannon 125 17 Cooper Flynn Junior Seymour, TN Virginia Tech Minnesota 174 17 Clayton Whiting Sophomore Oconto Falls, WI Missouri Minnesota 141 20 Isaiah Powe Sophomore Mount Olive, AL Chattanooga 184 21 Brock Delsignore Junior Ballston Lake, NY NC State Little Rock 133 21 Ethan Oakley Junior Trinity, NC App State North Carolina 197 22 Evan Bockman Graduate Anchorage, AK Utah Valley Iowa State 165 24 Connor Brady Graduate Powell, OH Virginia Tech Will not transfer 133 24 Chris Cannon Graduate Oceanport, NJ Michigan 285 24 Seth Nitzel Senior Stilwell, FL Missouri 149 26 Jaivon Jones Graduate Shaker Heights, OH Northern Illinois Little Rock 174 26 Josh Ogunsanya Graduate River Forest, IL Columbia North Carolina 165 26 Kyle Mosher Graduate Rockville Centre, NY Columbia 125 27 Ramazan Attasauov Junior Nalchik, RU Iowa State Illinois 157 30 Jason Kraisser Graduate Ellicott City, MD Iowa State Illinois 157 31 Jared Hill Junior Broken Arrow, OK Oklahoma Wyoming 149 32 Sammy Alvarez Graduate Garfield, NJ Oklahoma State Rider 184 32 Maximus Hale Graduate West Chester, PA Penn Will not transfer 285 33 Devon Dawson Senior Brooklyn Park, MN NDSU Northern Illinois 125 34 Colton Camacho Graduate Delmont, PA Pitt Edinboro 157 34 Clayton Ulrey Graduate Grantville, PA Virginia Tech Northern Colorado 133 34 Sydney Flores Graduate West Covina, CA Air Force 174 35 Gerrit Nijenhuis Graduate Canonsburg, PA Oklahoma CSU Bakersfield 157 37 Nick Stampoulos Sophomore Newark, NJ Buffalo Lock Haven 133 37 Kyle Burwick Graduate Hettinger, ND Nebraska NDSU 197 37 Spencer Mooberry Junior Osage, IA NDSU Northern Illinois 125 37 Nick Babin Graduate Westwood, NJ Columbia Pitt 133 38 Angelo Rini Senior Mayfield Heights, OH Columbia Indiana 184 38 Rylan Rogers Sophomore Coeur d'Alene, ID Michigan Lehigh 285 39 Sam Mitchell Graduate Marshfield, WI Buffalo Wyoming 165 39 Charlie Darracott Graduate Flowery Branch, GA Stanford 157 41 Brock McMillen Junior Coalport, PA Pitt Pitt-Johnstown 149 42 Nathan Higley Sophomore Sullivan County, PA George Mason Bellarmine 285 44 Nolan Neves Sophomore Sidney, OH Columbia North Carolina 125 46 Markel Baker Sophomore Freeport, IL George Mason Northern Illinois 285 46 Peter Ming Graduate Elk Grove, CA Stanford 197 47 Carter Blough Sophomore Lowell, MI Michigan State 184 48 James Lledo Graduate Lower Merrion, PA Pitt Lock Haven 125 49 Evan Tallmadge Freshman Brick NJ Navy Pitt 133 50 Logan Frazier Freshman Crown Point, IN Virginia Tech Indiana 149 54 Justin Rivera Graduate Orlando, FL Campbell 184 55 Chase Kranitz Sophomore Irwin, PA Buffalo Pitt 165 57 Carter Schubert Freshman Marion, NY Cal Baptist Oklahoma 157 58 Jeremy Paradice Sophomore Moultrie, GA Chattanooga 174 59 Jay Nivison Graduate Davison, MI Buffalo Michigan State 285 60 Xavier Doolin Junior Kansas City, MO Northern Colorado Morgan State 285 61 Ryan Boersma Sophomore Channahon, IL Missouri North Carolina 125 61 Carlos Negrete Jr. Junior Fresno, CA NDSU 157 63 Carter Martinson Sophomore Altoona, IA Iowa Central College 133 63 Fernando Barreto Sophomore Pomona, CA NDSU Oklahoma 141 63 Job Greenwood Junior Fort Collins, CO Wyoming 197 63 Billy Janzer Junior Elk Township, NJ Rutgers 141 64 Sam Ewing Freshman Pleasant Hills, MO Buffalo Will not transfer 184 65 Connor Strong Senior Bel Air, MD Penn Chatanooga 165 65 Caden Dobbins Freshman Dallastown, PA Bloomsburg Lock Haven 133 66 Tommy Maddox Graduate Washingtonville, NY Buffalo West Virginia 157 68 Danny Nini Sophomore Orlando, FL North Carolina Illinois 125 69 Tristan Daugherty Graduate Peoria, IL Buffalo 184 71 Devin Wasley Sophomore Hammond, WI Minnesota NDSU 125 71 Dominic Chavez Junior Arlington, TX Presbyterian Texas Wesleyan 165 71 Hunter Mays Sophomore Farmingdale, NJ Lehigh 174 72 Sean Harman Graduate West Linn, OR Missouri Oregon State 197 73 Blake Schaffer Junior Canton, OH Kent State Cleveland State 174 73 Darrien Roberts Graduate Bethlehem, PA Oklahoma Morgan State 125 75 Will VomBaur Graduate Windsor, CO Northern Colorado 141 77 Benjamin Lunn Graduate Shakopee, MN Minnesota SIUE 184 79 Branson Britten Junior Amarillo, TX Northern Colorado Little Rock 184 80 Guiseppe Hoose Graduate Lakewood, NY Oklahoma 149 81 Joel Jesuroga Sophomore Pleasant Hill, IA Iowa Cal Poly 285 83 Billy Brosko Freshman Newtown Square, PA Drexel 165 85 Luke Odom Graduate Edwardsville, IL Illinois SIUE 125 85 Zachary Espalin Junior GIlbert, AZ Navy 125 85 Tristan Mascarenas Graduate Rio Rancho, NM Arizona State 174 87 Patrick Jackson Freshman Harper's Ferry, WV Lock Haven Gannon 285 87 Andrew Blackburn-Forst Sophomore Lockport, IL Northern Colorado NDSU 197 87 Brad Morrison Junior Landisburg, PA Lock Haven 149 88 Kaleb Burgess Junior Mohawk, NY Buffalo 141 89 Caleb Brooks Graduate Canal Winchester, OH Buffalo Glenville State 149 91 Ty Linsenbigler Junior Landisville, PA Lock Haven 197 91 Lathan Duda Junior Broken Bow, NE NDSU 157 92 Nick Delp Graduate New Kensington, PA Bucknell 157 92 Carson Miller Freshman Granville, OH Pitt 165 94 Bryce Sanderlin Graduate Chesapeake, VA Davidson 174 94 Carter Schmidt Graduate Norwalk, IA Iowa State 157 95 Landon Johnson Sophomore Owatonna, MN NDSU 197 97 Kolby Flank Senior Easton, PA Bloomsburg 149 99 Ryan Michaels Graduate McKeesport, PA Pitt Edinboro 197 99 Ruben Karapetyan Freshman Bethesda, MD George Mason 285 99 Gage Cook Sophomore Granger, WA Army 125 103 Cole Hunt Sophomore Jacksonville, NC North Carolina Montavello 285 104 Lonnell Owens-Pabon Sophomore Crofton, MD Buffalo 165 105 Mateo de la Pena Sophomore Federal Way, WA Cal Baptist Pitt 149 107 Gabe Onorato Junior Gibbstown, NJ Drexel Glenville State 174 107 Zachary Wells Graduate Sterling Heights, IM Presbyterian 149 108 Bretli Reyna Junior Homestead, FL Iowa Chattanooga 125 108 Logan Sallot Freshman Erie, PA Lock Haven Gannon 125 109 Aedyn Concepcion Senior Anchorage, AK Gardner-Webb 157 111 Tyler Badgett Graduate San Diego, CA Pitt 174 112 Braden Welch Sophomore Ashland, OH App State 149 113 Jack Nies Graduate Ocean, NJ American 125 114 Max Elton Sophomore Hammonton, NJ Buffalo Will not transfer 133 115 Kyle Rowan Graduate Perry, OH Stanford 165 116 Andrew Huddleston Graduate Hallsville, MO Iowa State Maryville University 165 116 Hunter Shaut Graduate Mohawk, NY Buffalo 197 118 Coen Grimm Freshman Wadsworth, OH Buffalo 133 119 Gio Diaz Graduate Valparaiso, IN Franklin & Marshall 141 119 Chris Rivera Graduate Graduate Campbell 157 119 David Berkovich Graduate Brooklyn, NY Columbia 125 120 Caleb Coyle Junior Omaha, NE Oregon State Nebraska-Kearney 133 121 TJ England Graduate Southampton, PA Clarion Ohio 133 122 Korbin Shepherd Junior Blue Springs, MO Missouri Cal Poly 184 122 AJ Heeg Freshman Edmond, OK Oklahoma State Northern Colorado 197 123 Cameo Blankenship Graduate McRae, GA Davidson 184 124 Damen Pape Junior Hastings, NE Northern Colorado Northern State 157 126 Lorenzo Rajaonarivelo Graduate Arlington, VA George Mason Glenville State 174 127 Ryan Bolletino Graduate Haddonfield, NJ Sacred Heart 157 128 Paolo Salminen Freshman Billings, MT Wyoming Minnesota St.-Mankato 197 131 Michael Baker Graduate Beavercreek, OH Columbia NDSU 165 131 Brant Whitaker Junior Boonville, MO Missouri Wyoming 197 136 Mike Tal-Shahar Sophomore Delray Beach, FL Wisconsin 125 138 Wyatt Skebba Freshman Hortonville, WI Central Michigan Wisconsin 157 139 Collin McCorkle Junior Wexford, PA Pitt 285 141 Max Acciardi Freshman Woodcliff Lake, NJ Cal Baptist Arizona State 141 141 Walker Bents Sophomore Glenwood, MN NDSU Minnesota St.-Mankato 141 143 Felix Lettini Sophomore Clark, NJ Wisconsin 174 144 Hayden Pummel Junior Indian Lake, OH Northern Illinois Glenville State 149 144 Theo Cha Graduate Anchorage, AK Minnesota 184 144 Kodiak Stephens Junior Arnold, CA Oregon State 125 145 Jacob Houpt Freshman Canonsburg, PA Kent State Seton Hill 149 149 Cade Balestrini Graduate Sunbury, PA Bloomsburg 141 151 Cam Soda Junior Burlington, MA Edinboro 157 152 Kaiden Wagner Sophomore Lewisburg, PA Lock Haven Lycoming 125 153 Ariel Waldman Freshman Hewlett, NY LIU 141 155 Sean Solis Sophomore Fountain Valley, CA NDSU Mary 197 155 Caleb Beaty Freshman Clayton, NC American 141 156 Nathan Aguilar Junior Gilroy, CA Oregon State 285 156 James Bankston Freshman Durham, NC App State 174 157 Aidan Faria Junior Cumberland, RI Kent State 184 157 Anthony DeRosa Junior MIlford, NJ Bloomsburg 133 158 Matt Ellis Sophomore Waynesville, OH Kent State 174 158 Nolen Zeigler Sophomore Loysville, PA Bloomsburg 133 159 Santino Sanchez Sophomore Whittier, CA CSU Bakersfield 197 161 Massoma Endene Junior Arlington, TX Wartburg Wisconsin 174 162 Mason Gode Junior Browerville, MN NDSU Minnesota St.-Moorhead 133 163 Braxton Appello Sophomore Easton, PA Ohio State Sacred Heart 133 163 Andrew Chambal Junior Davison, MI Michigan State 149 163 Dalton Blankenship Senior Aragon, GA Davidson 184 163 Aziz Fayzullaev Junior Tashkent, UZ Northwest College Arizona State 165 164 Carson Martinson Sophomore Altoona, IA Iowa Central College 133 165 Cole French Senior Fulton, NY Buffalo 125 169 Zachary Jacaruso Freshman Milford, PA George Mason 133 169 Dominic DiTomasso Sophomore Hahira, GA Chattanooga 125 170 Jacob Joyce Freshman Ponaganset, RI Stanford Brown 133 172 Makhare Rogers Freshman West Henrietta, NY Morgan State 125 174 Keegan Schlabach Freshman Lagrange, IN Clarion Manchester 149 174 Ty Cymmerman Senior Latrobe, PA Pitt 174 174 Mitchell Broskie Sophomore Dublin, OH Kent State 149 177 Chandler Ho Junior DuBois, PA Clarion 141 179 Thomas Fierro Junior South Plainfield, NJ Morgan State 149 181 Louden Stradling Freshman Gaylord, MI Central Michigan 165 182 Cole Zoller Graduate Medford, OR Oregon State 141 184 Freddy Junko Graduate Wexford, PA VMI 165 184 Cam Adams Freshman Howell, MI Central Michigan 285 184 Carson Hatch Senior Hughson, CA CSU Bakersfield 285 184 Zach Evans Freshman Chambersburg, PA Buffalo 141 185 Peyton Moore Sophomore Fulton, MO Missouri NDSU 133 186 Amantee Mills Freshman Fort Pierce, FL NDSU 157 187 Ethan Stiles Freshman Chicago, IL Nebraska Oregon State 149 187 Noah Roulo Senior Petersburg, VA VMI 133 191 Drew Cooper Freshman Omaha, NE Nebraska 133 193 Cody Phelps Junior Pinedale, WY Western Wyoming College Michigan State 133 194 Cheaney Schoeff Freshman Avon, IN Indiana Edinboro 149 197 Trae Thilmony Sophomore Trout Creek, MT NDSU Mary 285 198 Tyler Stewart Sophomore Woodbridge, VA Morgan State Virginia Tech 141 204 Drew Woodley Graduate Northfield, MN Iowa State Grandview 141 211 Malachi Bordovsky Junior Wahoo, NE Iowa Western Drexel 141 211 Corey Camden Sophomore Conroe, TX Arizona State 157 217 Brayden Shelton Freshman Centralia, MO Northern Illinois 197 218 Macray Klohs Freshman Plymouth, MN NDSU 141 220 Hunter Sloan Freshman Doylestown, PA Bucknell 157 220 Jamisen Colongione Sophomore Sayerville, NY LIU 184 220 Mahkyi Smith Freshman Lehi, UT Cal Baptist 197 224 Christian Carroll Freshman Elkhart, IN Oklahoma State 197 225 Niccolo Colucci Junior Summit, NJ Rutgers 197 226 Brett Wittman Senior Appleton, WI Clarion 157 228 Frankie McNeary Sophomore Cliffside Park, NJ Rider 157 228 Aidan Hernandez Freshman Saint Charles, MO Arizona State 157 230 Aiden Smith Sophomore Brighton, MI Northern Illinois Adrian 149 231 Cade White Freshman Meridian, ID Oregon State Providence (Mont) 184 235 Ryan Stein Sophomore Latham, NY Chattanooga 157 236 Dagen Condomitti Freshman Northampton, PA Oregon State Rutgers 149 238 Hunter Hockensmith Graduate Spofford, NH Franklin & Marshall 149 242 Tanner Gerber Sophomore Cameron, WI NDSU 165 265 Zane Licht Freshman Prairie du Sac, WI NDSU Wartburg 165 265 Miles Bassett Graduate St. Louis, MO Bucknell 165 267 Griffin Ray Freshman Hillsboro, MO Nebraska SIUE 285 267 PJ Casale Sophomore Little Falls, NJ Rutgers Will not transfer 165 271 Sam Beckett Sophomore Harleysville, PA Stanford 165 272 Jack Pickersgill Freshman Holtsville, NY LIU Cortland State 165 276 Brady Conlin Freshman Williamstown, NJ Rider 133 282 Lane Aikey Sophomore Bald Eagle, PA Edinboro 174 283 Jacob Yawn Graduate Shreveport, LA Cornell 133 291 Spencer Von Savoye Freshman Oakdale, CA Cal Baptist 141 298 Brayden Sonnentag Freshman Boyd, WI Wyoming Minnesota St.-Mankato 141 299 Toby Billerman Freshman Indianapolis, IN SIUE 174 300 Tyler Martinez Freshman Plano, IL Northern Illinois 141 306 Tanner Frothinger Freshman Eagle, ID Nebraska Utah Valley 141 307 Kaiser Simpson Freshman Cushing, OK Cal Baptist 141 308 Dy'Vaire Van Dyke Freshman Fairlawn, MI Michigan State 174 309 Ryder Dearborn Freshman Santee, CA CSU Bakersfield 157 310 Gavynn Carpenter Freshman Hallsville, MO Northern Illinois 157 314 Michael Duggan Freshman Boiling Springs, PA Bloomsburg Franklin & Marshall 157 314 Jackson Berry-Bissessar Freshman Ashburn, VA Morgan State 141 316 Eyan Chavez Sophomore Antonito, CO Northern Colorado 149 352 Pedro Velazquez Junior Victoria, MN NDSU 197 N/A Bradley Whitright Junior Cheyenne, WY North Idaho NDSU
    4 points
  24. You act as though Israel goes in targeting civilians rather than Hamas. That is the problem. Israel does not go in targeting civilians. They go in targeting Hamas. If civilians are killed it is because Hamas uses them as a shield. It is fully Hamas' responsibility that civilians are killed. Israel has a right to kill Hamas. They do not have the right to target civilians. If civilians are killed while targeting Hamas then that is on Hamas. I have said this numerous times as have others. But you want us to say it is ok for Israel to target civilians which is patently not what they do. That is what Hamas does. So you are still a shill for Hamas but try to deflect that by saying you are happy hostages were released. They were not released. They were rescued by brute force. You are one conflicted uncle there. mspart
    4 points
  25. It's a quote I live by: "Life is one big fight that you always lose but you can get a few punches in on the way down"
    4 points
  26. I always thought of this as an example of when taunting goes right. My wife is the quiet type who does not like to draw attention. I am...well, let's just say opposites attract. At my first job we had a monthly poker game for small stakes. When I told my wife that when I got up in the game the rest of the table was going to hear about it, she thought that was a bad idea because I might lose. I thought it was a good idea to get my licks in when I was winning, also because I might lose. Kyle Todrank is my people. He knew he was going to go down in flames, so when he scored a fluke takedown, he had to let everyone know about it.
    4 points
  27. How do you know bigger programs weren’t after him and he chose UVU anyway? Good for him and UVU.
    4 points
  28. It seems a good strategy for him to cut down to 197. Perry could eat all of the food in the house and starve Carol down to weight.
    4 points
  29. One of the things I enjoy about the forum is how quickly some of you bring breaking news to the table. I do not have the time nor the desire to keep checking other sites so often. If there are multiple individuals providing info and it somehow gets duplicated I say who gives a flip. It just demonstrates we got more than one individual willing to go out of their way to inform the rest of us.
    4 points
  30. I knew it all along... lets consider it reverse psychology Batir definitely was on the boards and saw that, fell right into my trap.
    4 points
  31. Tom Ryan just texted me. Here is the deal. Davino takes an RS this upcoming season. Bouzakis and Mendez hold the weight. The following season 25-26, Bouzakis and Mendez move up giving Davino the 133 spot. Side note: Marcus Blaze projected at 197 for the Buckeyes. I swear, All of this is TRUE!!
    4 points
  32. O'Toole is already confirmed at 174lbs man.
    4 points
  33. Now do the actual one of Biden showering with his daughter Ashley.
    4 points
  34. I think a lot of people are missing the context here and just clapping for this verdict b/c they hate trump. it's certainly fine to have your opinion of him, but the reality is that a lot of americans (most notably a significant portion of people that formerly didn't like trump) see through the BS and realize the justice system is clearly on a witch hunt that saw them • have DA's literally campaign on 'I'll get Trump" • raid his house and make a stink over a process that every former president was privy to (and that Biden wasn't and offended) • remove the statue of limitations for a he-said/she-said case from a serial accuser • take him to court and force him to secure a absurdly high bond for what is know as standard operation procedure in the real estate world • convict him on falsifying records for something that many politicians, in their campaign, have done over the years. so the Trump haters can certainly take joy in their desired outcome, but 1) it runs counter to the same group's claim that the justice system is rigged and 2) don't be surprised that the pulse of the country is one that recognizes the BS
    4 points
  35. That’s incorrect. His win streak was snapped with a tie (which no longer exists) but he has an unbeaten streak, not a win streak. I can’t tell you exactly what his win streak was at the moment, since I don’t believe a published report of all his matches exist. I may reach out to UPJ to answer this question, since he’s got to have two considerably long win streaks on either side of that tie. And much to my displeasure, the term pinfall did exist in the record books and rule books prior to WWII and maybe as “recently” as the 1950s. I don’t dispute its former usage, it’s just not an applicable or accurate term in the more modern era of college wrestling (post-Gable era as some call it)
    4 points
  36. I take it you don't like Trump. I'm just getting that vibe. mspart
    4 points
  37. Evidence is showing that surprise!!!!! Hamas lied about the 45 civilians being killed. It looks like it was their own weapons depot that exploded. The IDF attack was too small and far away. Even Palestininas were caught on a phone call saying the same. Too small of an explosion and after that one, there were secondary explosions in the warehouse (depot). See previous posts on this. Plus the weapons depot was in an area where there are many civilians. Hamas put these poor souls in danger by locating their depot near innnocent bystanders. But please go on saying Israel murdered 45 civilians on the word of Hamas. They are unreliable in reporting accuracy as you should well know. mspart
    4 points
  38. Earl McCready went three for three with three falls in the finals. Dick Hutton was 3X NC, 4X Finalist.
    4 points
  39. Hughes will AA at 133 this year, mark that one down.
    4 points
  40. He is a titanic intellect. Tempered by his great respect for others' views and his ability to disagree and argue in good faith. And the ellipses punctuated such an effective writing style . . .
    4 points
  41. Every conference should have a team from each time zone and region. Add Club teams Just a few of my ideas coming out in my next book.
    4 points
  42. So here is my pipe dream event for this coming season, a quad with....Penn State, Okie State, Iowa, Iowa State. Each team gets 3 duals in a single day! The name of the event...The Fans Duals! Yes, I know that it won't happen but my TPS reports are late and I am not motivated enough to get on them. Have a great day!
    4 points
  43. It’s astonishing how some don’t realize there is anything beyond the surface. The preparation to carry out the warrant was not boilerplate in any respect. From the outset, it was ordered and authorized from the White House and Merrik Garland. It was prepared as if the Former President would be there. It anticipated that he would object and obstruct. It provided for a medic on hand, triage, emergency transportation, and a ready trauma center. For the purpose of collecting a few Presidential files, some of which were likely planted, a process that that was normally handled by lawyers and judges was escalated into a predicate for an assassination. It was a warrant that should never have been requested, much less granted, or enforced All participating parties must be held to account This is becoming more likely as the documents reveal the fraudulent conspiracy for what it is. And the FBI says it is just normal operating procedure: First we set you up, then we try to kill you.
    4 points
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