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sig bet sticky?
« on: December 16, 2013, 12:18:50 pm »
I thought there used to be one?  So that I don't forget mine;

1) Fuhr has Howe (one month) vs the field (2 months) at Natl's

2) Husker_Du has AA vs ND at the MN-PSU dual

3) still trying to reel in Vais  who would have pick of Gulibon/Conaway/Grey vs Thorn at Natl's
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2014, 01:47:36 pm »
Quick update:

Willie is hoping for a no contest and that Andrew Alton isn't in the lineup at the MN/PSU dual.
Fuhr is probably feeling pretty good with Howe.
Vais still waiting for a better offer.  Maybe I need to throw in Beckman.
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2014, 07:03:07 pm »
Willie got his no contest as AA dropped to 3rd on the depth chart and didn't wrestle.

Vais is nowhere to be found.  Think he has become a secret Thorn fan.

May have to not enforce the Fuhr sigbet when I win it as he doesn't even remember making it.  Of course, this could be sneaky Iowan ploy he came up with after Perry beat Howe.
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #3 on: March 16, 2014, 12:21:31 am »
Hey Vise, let's do a 1-month sig bet for this. I get Perry over Howe, you get Caldwell over Taylor. If Howe beats Perry and Caldwell beats Taylor, you win the bet. If Perry beats Howe and Taylor beats Caldwell, I win the bet. In all other cases, no bet. How's that sound?
I was being a bit facetious about you being better off hoping for Caldwell over Taylor, but I stepped in it so I'll step up to the plate and accept your challenge.  Its a sucker bet but I only have myself to blame.  :(

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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2014, 04:42:15 pm »
brycemus has Sulzer
Visegrip has   Caldwell

head to head in Semis*

Loser eats it for a month on the sig line


* if they don't meet there then it's a push
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #5 on: March 22, 2014, 01:23:47 am »
brycemus has Sulzer
Visegrip has   Caldwell

head to head in Semis*

Loser eats it for a month on the sig line


* if they don't meet there then it's a push

I'll have to think about this one. Im taking recommendations btw for those so inclined.
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #6 on: March 23, 2014, 12:16:10 am »
Hey Vise, let's do a 1-month sig bet for this. I get Perry over Howe, you get Caldwell over Taylor. If Howe beats Perry and Caldwell beats Taylor, you win the bet. If Perry beats Howe and Taylor beats Caldwell, I win the bet. In all other cases, no bet. How's that sound?
I was being a bit facetious about you being better off hoping for Caldwell over Taylor, but I stepped in it so I'll step up to the plate and accept your challenge.  Its a sucker bet but I only have myself to blame.  :(

Agony... pure agony...You DONT deserve it after Perry gets flattened like he did in the semis..... but a bet is a bet and Im an honorable man. Lay it on me... but at least be creative.
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #7 on: March 23, 2014, 12:36:42 pm »
Vise, my first idea was "Perry skunks Howe in NCAA Finals. Karma prevails again." But I decided that might be too uncomfortable for you and I should go easy. So your new sig line for the next month will be:

Let's hear it for OU, the second-best Division I school in Oklahoma.
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2014, 01:05:28 pm »
Vise, my first idea was "Perry skunks Howe in NCAA Finals. Karma prevails again." But I decided that might be too uncomfortable for you and I should go easy. So your new sig line for the next month will be:

Let's hear it for OU, the second-best Division I school in Oklahoma.

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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #9 on: March 23, 2014, 02:24:55 pm »
Vise, my first idea was "Perry skunks Howe in NCAA Finals. Karma prevails again." But I decided that might be too uncomfortable for you and I should go easy. So your new sig line for the next month will be:

Let's hear it for OU, the second-best Division I school in Oklahoma.

N95... this is of course your call and I will post what ever is within the bounds of webste rules. But in all honesty, me merely repeating that OSU is the better wrestling school is kinda... dull.

The irony dripping off that first one, especially after Perry getting stuck in the semis, is palpable. As I said, its your call, but dont change your mind because you think my skin may be thin. After watching Bedlam wrestling virtually all my life I can tell you my skin is thicker than tanned rhino leather. Furthermore my sympathy toward Mr Howe has evaporated.

As I said earlier let's be creative..... That Karma thing was creative, stating the obvious is not. So unless and until I receive instructions directing me otherwise Im going to go with your original thought.
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #10 on: March 23, 2014, 03:10:00 pm »
Vise, my first idea was "Perry skunks Howe in NCAA Finals. Karma prevails again." But I decided that might be too uncomfortable for you and I should go easy. So your new sig line for the next month will be:

Let's hear it for OU, the second-best Division I school in Oklahoma.
Glad you qualified it as "Division 1 School". If you said second-best "school", I'd argue that Moore High school is pretty good. ;)

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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #11 on: March 23, 2014, 06:43:07 pm »
Vise, my first idea was "Perry skunks Howe in NCAA Finals. Karma prevails again." But I decided that might be too uncomfortable for you and I should go easy. So your new sig line for the next month will be:

Let's hear it for OU, the second-best Division I school in Oklahoma.
Glad you qualified it as "Division 1 School". If you said second-best "school", I'd argue that Moore High school is pretty good. ;)

Oh thats it... kick your old school when its down.  >:(
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #12 on: March 23, 2014, 07:46:24 pm »
As I said earlier let's be creative..... That Karma thing was creative, stating the obvious is not. So unless and until I receive instructions directing me otherwise Im going to go with your original thought.

Actually, it was second best school, not limited to wrestling. But I'll let you go with your choice.
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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #13 on: March 23, 2014, 08:13:04 pm »
Vise, my first idea was "Perry skunks Howe in NCAA Finals. Karma prevails again." But I decided that might be too uncomfortable for you and I should go easy. So your new sig line for the next month will be:

Let's hear it for OU, the second-best Division I school in Oklahoma.
Glad you qualified it as "Division 1 School". If you said second-best "school", I'd argue that Moore High school is pretty good. ;)

Oh thats it... kick your old school when its down.  >:(
The comment was made in jest. I was rooting for OU. The past few years has been tough, but I believe they are on the rise.

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Re: sig bet sticky?
« Reply #14 on: March 23, 2014, 09:00:06 pm »
Vise, my first idea was "Perry skunks Howe in NCAA Finals. Karma prevails again." But I decided that might be too uncomfortable for you and I should go easy. So your new sig line for the next month will be:

Let's hear it for OU, the second-best Division I school in Oklahoma.
Glad you qualified it as "Division 1 School". If you said second-best "school", I'd argue that Moore High school is pretty good. ;)

Oh thats it... kick your old school when its down.  >:(
The comment was made in jest. I was rooting for OU. The past few years has been tough, but I believe they are on the rise.

LOL.. i knew you were doc... that was just more faux outrage  ;D
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