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College / Big XII-VIII
« on: March 08, 2014, 05:43:24 PM »
Cowboy's put 9 in the finals, lone exception being Rosholt who got pinned by Rutt. Dieringer, Howe, and Perry all with quick falls.

May  have had a ViceGrip head explosion as Lester got ridden out to lose 1-0 to Collica again.

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College / Wayne Baughman....
« on: July 30, 2013, 07:27:14 PM »
is being inducted into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.
Nice article in today's paper.

Wayne Baughman became a wrestler by accident

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College / Joe Parisi Open
« on: November 17, 2012, 08:36:39 AM »
Cowboy's finally see some action this year. There are a few potentially good matchups here.

Sooner redshirts Patterson and Rupp are there otherwise the finals may look like an OSU/Mizzou dual.

Oliver and Kindig in the same bracket, no Gelogaev.

Noticed a few Hawkeye reserves also in the brackets.

Brackets on trackwrestling.

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College / Big XII?
« on: August 26, 2012, 07:53:55 AM »
So what is the deal with the Big XII for next season?  Are they still going to have just a four team conference tournament with W Va & Mizzou switching spots? None of the original three teams have released a schedule for this year, is there a change on the horizon?

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International / Frayer & Haze
« on: July 07, 2012, 07:18:47 AM »

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Other Sports / Big XII to expand?
« on: January 31, 2012, 08:29:14 PM »
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I’ve written a lot about Big 12 expansion over the past few weeks and I have to admit that something doesn’t smell right.

There is no doubt in my mind that Clemson and FSU are talking to the Big 12. I’ve been able to verify that discussions are talking place via independent sources. I just can’t fathom why 2 of the 3 premier football programs in the ACC would want out.

I had thought that the threat of the SEC reaching out to snag Virginia Tech and North Carolina State was the motivating factor in the talks, but I no longer believe that to be the case.

Yesterday I reached out to a friend who works for the SEC in Birmingham, Alabama and two acquaintances close to the VPI program and asked them about SEC expansion. Neither my SEC contact nor my friends at VPI thought much of the idea.

Apparently the SEC is happy at 14 and would only make the move to 16 if the schools involved would add significant value and/or academic prestige the SEC. My contact at the SEC does believe expansion isn’t finished and he believes the SEC will eventually get to 16, just not anytime soon.

My friend did confirm that the SEC wanted to expand into North Carolina but he also said that North Carolina State was a “constituent” of UNC and would require the permission of at least two members of UNC’s Board of Governors before they could make any more – and that’s not going to happen.

The news from VPI wasn’t much better. As I’ve previously written Frank Beamer is dead-set against the Hokies leaving the ACC. Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver is reportedly at least willing to listen to an SEC offer but Hokie president Charles Steger is likely to take the Beamer’s advice over Weaver’s despite the money involved.

My take is that neither VPI nor NCST are going anywhere—and down goes my theory about SEC expansion pushing Clemson and FSU to the Big 12.

Yet I know Clemson and FSU are talking to the Big 12. Why?

The likely explanation is money. Last year Fox signed a $1.17 billion deal with the Big 12 that pays the current ten schools in the conference approximately $90 million a year through the 2024-25 season.

Combine that with the $60 million annual revenue the conference receives from ESPN for first-tier football rights and the newest contract puts the Big 12's television revenue on par with the Big 10 and SEC.

Yet the $150 million the Big 12 receives per year is based on a 10 member conference. What happens to those revenues if the Big 12 expanded to 12 or 14 by adding quality programs with both a national following and huge home television markets?

What happens is the television contract gets reworked. And the last time that happened the Big 12 more than quadrupled their television money despite losing both Nebraska and Colorado.

An anonymous source at WVU tells me that plans for a Big 12 Network are already being vetted and that ESPN has tentatively offered $850 million for the rights to a regional network – and that’s with only 10 teams.

Add FSU, Clemson, BYU and Louisville to the Big 12 and imagine the TV numbers.

Another factor that could be effecting Clemson and FSU’s desire to join the Big 12 is the level of competition. The Big 12—from top to bottom—may be equal with the SEC. If the Big 12 were to expand to 14 and add the four previously mentioned teams many believe it would supersede the SEC as the nation’s premier college football conference and push the dollars involved up for TV rights to astronomical heights.

All this is just conjecture at this point. All I know for certain is that the Big 12 is now actively talking to only four teams – BYU, Louisville, Clemson & FSU.  It’s safe to assume that BYU and Louisville have offers in hand, although there are issues remaining to work out with BYU.

http://eerinsider.com/2012-articles/january/big-12-expansion-update.html

Also: http://cemetery-hill.com/2012-articles/january/athletic-advisory-committee-formed-at-clemson-time-to-get-all-the-way-in.html

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Off-Topic / Can ya say it???
« on: January 31, 2012, 07:29:09 PM »

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College / OSU vs Binghapton/Bucknell
« on: January 29, 2012, 04:54:25 PM »
No. 1 Oklahoma State 35, No. 19 Binghamton 3 (Final)

Dual started at 125 pounds
125: No. 10 Jon Morrison (OSU) dec. Derek Steeley (BU); 8-3
133: No. 1 Jordan Oliver (OSU) fall Patrick Hunter (BU); 5:36
141: No. 14 Josh Kindig (OSU) MD Joe Bonaldi (BU); 14-4
149: No. 2 Jamal Parks (OSU) dec. No. 4 Donnie Vinson (BU); 5-3
157: No. 12 Albert White (OSU) dec. No. 9 Justin Lister (BU); 5-3
165: Dallas Bailey (OSU) MD Matt Kaylor (BU); 10-2
174: No. 4 Chris Perry (OSU) MD Caleb Wallace (BU); 21-8
184: No. 19 Nate Schiedel (BU) dec. Chris McNeil (OSU); 2-0
197: No. 10 Blake Rosholt (OSU) dec. Cody Reed (BU); 8-3
285: No. 3 Alan Gelogaev (OSU) TF5 No. 19 Nick Gwiazdowski (BU); 20-3;6:07

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College / OU @ Lone Star Duals
« on: January 14, 2012, 05:57:07 PM »
Sooners have pitched two shutouts so far.

Maple continues to dominate, racked up a 16-1 lead in his first match before getting the fall, then puts up 18 more points in a 18-2 tech in his second match of the day.

 Bubby Graham beats ranked Kyle Blevins

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Final Score:
Utah Valley 0
Oklahoma 43

RESULTS
125 – No. 8 Jarrod Patterson (OU) dec. Colby Christensen (UVU), 6-1
133 – No. 11 Jordan Keller (OU) MD. Derek Malan (UVU), 9-0
141 – No. 1 Kendric Maple (OU) fall Avery Garner (UVU), 2:36
149 – No. 7 Nick Lester (OU) dec. No. 8 Josh Wilson (UVU), 6-0
157 – No. 14 Matt Lester (OU) fall Napoleon Aniciete (UVU), 2:35
165 - Bubby Graham (OU) dec. Ethan Smith (UVU), 6-2
174 - Marcus Armato (OU) dec. Monte Schmalhaus (UVU), 8-7
184 – No. 20 Erich Schmidtke (OU) MD. David Prieto (UVU), 11-2
197 – Keldrick Hall (OU) tech. fall Brian Chamberlain (UVU), 16-1
285 – Kyle Colling (OU) fall Dustin Dennison (UVU), 4:56
Exhibition - Nolan McBryde (OU) fall Dominic Borelli (UVU), 2:52

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Final Score:
Appalachian State 0
Oklahoma 41

RESULTS
125 - No. 8 Jarrod Patterson (OU) Tech. fall Tony Gravely (ASU), 17-2
133 - No. 11 Jordan Keller (OU) MD. Brett Boston (ASU), 10-2
141 - No. 1 Kendric Maple (OU) Tech. fall Mike Kessler (ASU), 17-2
149 - Justin DeAngelis (OU) dec. Savva Kostis (ASU), 8-5
157 - No. 14 Matt Lester (OU) Tech. fall Chip Powell (ASU), 15-0
165 - Bubby Graham (OU) dec. No. 13 Kyle Blevins (ASU), 8-2
174 - Nolan McBryde (OU) dec. Jake Johnson (ASU), 6-2
184 - No. 20 Erich Schmidtke (OU) dec. No. 9 Austin Trotman (ASU), 4-3
197 – Keldrick Hall (OU) fall Paul Weiss (ASU), 1:04
285 – Kyle Colling (OU) MD. Joe Cummings (ASU), 10-0

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Off-Topic / He's baaaaack!
« on: January 10, 2012, 11:09:21 PM »
Gotta love the self deprecating humor :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9s-VkwSfNA

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College / OSU vs Boise St
« on: December 30, 2011, 10:41:58 PM »
OSU 43 Boise St 3

125: Morrison maj Romero 9-0
133: Oliver pin Jones,    Jones did everything he could to keep from getting turned, took Olive all the way to the third period before he got him
141: Kindig tech 18-3
149: Parks maj Hernandez 14-4
157 White dec Ivanov White reverses his loss to him at RTOC
165: Bailey eeks out a 2-0 dec
174: Bacon dec Zach White 7-3
184: McNeil receives a fft, Announcer says that Chris Perry is dropping to 174 and McNeil will stay at 84
197: Rosholt pin Toney, How could you not give Rosholt the start in Idaho? Byers may have ankle injury
285: Gelogaev pin Felix :47 secs,  TD to back with Z's patented move

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Off-Topic / Tis the Season...
« on: December 04, 2011, 12:32:52 AM »

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College / OSU vs Minnesota
« on: November 27, 2011, 12:12:51 PM »
Really excited about this dual coming up Sunday Dec 4th. The Cowboy's have seen limited action so far while the Gophers have already been battle tested. Trying to do this with as little bias as possible but I know that is next to impossible for me, so this is coming from a Cowboy fans perspective.

125: Ladd Rupp beat Jon Morrison to take the starting job so far, after seeing Rupp lose to Iowa St's Finch, mostly because of his inability to get out from underneath, I think we'll see Morrison here. Morrison  beat Sanders  last year in the dual if I remember correctly but I don't think him nor Rupp will be able to beat Sanders this time out.

Sanders dec Morrison 3-0 Gophers

133: Interesting matchup here, don't remember last years result but this match could be a major factor to the dual score. Oliver didn't look like the exceptional wrestler that he is  in the All-Star match but looked dominant against his totally out-manned Cyclone opponent. Oliver really needs to score bonus points here but Thorn is very highly ranked, I'll give JO a 12-4 major decision.

Oliver maj Thorn 4-3 Cowboy's

141: Another interesting match, I know nothing about Dardanes but being ranked in the top 15 he can't be too bad. Kindig looked very good on the freestyle circuit this past summer, beating the Gopher's starting 149 pounder and looked great in his only match this season against Ia St.

Kindig dec Dardanes 7-3 Cowboy's

149: Jamal Parks is back for his senior season and has looked better than he ever has this year. Parks has had trouble getting out from bottom in the past but has worked very hard on improving in this position. Ness, if anything like his brother, will be  a beast on top, the key is will he be able to keep Parks off of his legs in the neutral position. Gopher fans are very high on Dylan Ness but I think the experience of Parks will be the difference maker in this match.

Parks dec Ness 10-3 Cowboy's

157: definitely a toss up match here. Albert White is coming back from injury and really hasn't wrestled much in OSU orange. Deitchler is finally wrestling for Minnesota after redshirt/Olympic ordeal/injury...This is a hard one to call since both have excellent credentials but not much mat time in their collegiate careers. I'll give it to the home team just because.

White dec Deitchler 13-3 Cowboy's

165: Dallas Bailey has zero offense from his feet. He does have the potential to throw from there but after being scouted that has been few and far between. These guys wrestled close last year if memory serves so I don't think we'll see any bonus points scored here.

Yohn dec Bailey 13-6 OSU

174: Chris McNeil is a senior that has seen limited time in his career. A good solid wrestler but nothing flashy. Will Storley be back for this dual? Know nothing about him but he is highly ranked. I would give him the advantage, based solely on his national ranking.

Storley dec McNeil 13-9 OSU or Mcneil dec Ortiz 16-6 OSU

184: Chris Perry has been a bit of a disappointment to me so far in his career. I know he was just a freshman last year but with his high school and freestyle credentials I guess I expected a little more. He doesn't look as soft as he did last year but his victory in the UCM Open Finals was underwhelming at best. Steinhaus beat Perry pretty good in last years dual but I expect a lot closer match this year, giving Steinhaus the victory here just on last years result though /i truly believe that Perry has the potental to win this match.

13-12 OSU

197: Is Byers as good as advertised? I guess we'll find out here. Winner of this match probably gets the #2 seed at NCAA's. I am going to give Yohn the win here, I haven't been that impressed with Byers in what little action I have seen from him this year.

15-13 Gophers

285: The legend of the Russian continues here as Gelogaev throws Nelson to his back and wins the dual for the good guys!!

19-15 Cowboy's!!!   8)

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College / UCM Open
« on: November 13, 2011, 09:04:49 AM »
Don't know what kind of competition the Cowboy's will see here since Mizzou has a dual with Purdue today. OU is supposed to be sending a few backups/redshirts.

I guess this will be, in essence, an OSU ranking tournament.

Link to updates is here --> UCM Open

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College / Brockport
« on: November 12, 2011, 12:52:30 PM »
Didn't see any mention of this on here, Could be a few good matches, Chase Nelson vs Abdurakhmonov meet next round

Video stream--> http://www.ustream.tv/channel/rutgers-brockport-wrestling-2011

Link to Brackets and results --> http://www.gobrockport.com/sports/2011/11/9/Brockport%20Oklahoma%20Invitational.aspx?id=44

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