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College / Re: This Forum
« on: November 27, 2019, 10:09:50 AM »
Stanford has Griffin, Real Woods and Abas. Abas may be redshirtIng. But that is a great trio to have.

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College / Re: This Forum
« on: November 26, 2019, 03:02:10 PM »
We just need some arguments to spill over here. Most of the activity on The Mat is from rivalries and just plain the desire to argue for the sake of arguing.

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College / Re: Lehigh Wrestleoffs
« on: October 29, 2019, 11:27:24 PM »
Actually the plan is to redshirt them all.  "Wrestle offs" are an exhibition.  Karam's game just hasn't translated to college.  Terrible on his feet and everybody chooses neutral to avoid his legs.

Interesting. The new recruit, Munchin may be a prototype of Karam.

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College / Re: Lehigh Wrestleoffs
« on: October 26, 2019, 01:51:37 PM »
I see Karam lost his wrestle off. I saw him being a a successful college wrestle since he was in high school. I still believe he will.

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College / Re: WrestleStat's Fantasy College Wrestling is LIVE!
« on: October 18, 2019, 08:15:16 AM »
Nope, the cutoff is going to be 12/9 (must have group created by end of 12/8). That way, the league/group will still have 9 regular season matches (aka 1 match vs every other opponent).

Thanks

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College / Re: WrestleStat's Fantasy College Wrestling is LIVE!
« on: October 15, 2019, 11:02:39 PM »
OK. The deadline to draft is November 1st from what I read. I wish it was after at least a few wrestle offs.

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College / Re: WrestleStat's Fantasy College Wrestling is LIVE!
« on: October 12, 2019, 11:31:56 AM »
Andre, just to be clear. $30 would cover athe cost of a 10 man league?

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College / Re: WrestleStat's Fantasy College Wrestling is LIVE!
« on: October 11, 2019, 09:26:11 PM »
This looks awesome Andre. We will try this out for sure.

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College / Re: Dream matchups
« on: October 06, 2019, 12:10:17 PM »
Take him down, let him up.  Rinse/repeat.  Choose neutral and stay off the mat.

Espo was one of my all time favorites. He may not have had the most NCAA titles, but he never stopped attacking, even when he had the match won, he kept trying to score at his own detriment at times. He is just a notch below Darrion Caldwell as far as bringing excitment every match.

He was utterly destroyed as the defending national champion by a true freshman.

Yeah he wasn't the favorite for being the best. He just brought it every match no matter how much time was on the clock.

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College / Re: Dream matchups
« on: October 03, 2019, 06:32:54 PM »
Take him down, let him up.  Rinse/repeat.  Choose neutral and stay off the mat.

Espo was one of my all time favorites. He may not have had the most NCAA titles, but he never stopped attacking, even when he had the match won, he kept trying to score at his own detriment at times. He is just a notch below Darrion Caldwell as far as bringing excitment every match.

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College / Re: Olympic Redshirts
« on: September 25, 2019, 07:12:41 PM »
All universities have a people search engine.  The quickest way to find one is to google "school name" student search or people search and it will likely hit.

A lot of private schools require the seeker to log in using their college ID and password so Cornell as example, you're blocked out.  It quite accessible for most public universities. 

Here's the Rutgers search engine.  If search Nicholas Suriano - no hit.  Then try Joseph Grello - STUDENT
https://search.rutgers.edu/people.html

Here's Michigan
https://mcommunity.umich.edu/


By the way RU just gave Goodale a 3 year extension and a $40K raise to $235,000 annually, plus bonuses.  Goodale really cashed in on bonuses last season with the top 10 finish, 2 champs, and coach of the year honor.  I can't imagine what Sanderson is now being paid.

Cool. Thanks buddy.

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College / Re: Olympic Redshirts
« on: September 25, 2019, 09:53:14 AM »
Looks like Mark Hall, Penn State may be taking the year off.  Not enrolled for the fall term.  I can see him, Micic and Suriano testing the water during some fall winter qualifiers and then making a decision prior to the start of the winter/spring term.


Also, there is no way Micic can can an Olympic RS either. He used it up the year he transferred. He qualified that year by getting Bronze at Junior Worlds.


The Olympic waiver is separate and independent of any other eligibility waiver.  To my knowledge there is no caveat in the Olympic waiver qualifications that says you can only qualify for the Olympic waiver one time.  Moot point really since he's likely going to try to qualify under the flag of Serbia

An interesting case is Anthony Cassar, Penn State.  He applied for a received a 6th year medical waiver for 2019-2020.  His 2019 NCAA title qualifies for the Olympic waiver.  Technically, since he's been awarded the 6th year of eligibility, he can take an Olympic year waiver and return for 2020-2021 which would be his 7th year to satisfy the 4 year participation limit.

Medical redshirts is a hardship waiver. I have never heard of anyone getting 2 Olympic redshirts. You may be right, but I am not aware of any examples.

How do you check for enrollment for wrestlers. Just curious.

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College / Re: Olympic Redshirts
« on: September 25, 2019, 12:07:50 AM »
Looks like Mark Hall, Penn State may be taking the year off.  Not enrolled for the fall term.  I can see him, Micic and Suriano testing the water during some fall winter qualifiers and then making a decision prior to the start of the winter/spring term.


Also, there is no way Micic can can an Olympic RS either. He used it up the year he transferred. He qualified that year by getting Bronze at Junior Worlds.


The Olympic waiver is separate and independent of any other eligibility waiver.  To my knowledge there is no caveat in the Olympic waiver qualifications that says you can only qualify for the Olympic waiver one time.  Moot point really since he's likely going to try to qualify under the flag of Serbia

An interesting case is Anthony Cassar, Penn State.  He applied for a received a 6th year medical waiver for 2019-2020.  His 2019 NCAA title qualifies for the Olympic waiver.  Technically, since he's been awarded the 6th year of eligibility, he can take an Olympic year waiver and return for 2020-2021 which would be his 7th year to satisfy the 4 year participation limit.

Medical redshirts is a hardship waiver. I have never heard of anyone getting 2 Olympic redshirts. You may be right, but I am not aware of any examples.

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College / Re: Olympic Redshirts
« on: September 24, 2019, 07:28:23 PM »
Also, there is no way Micic can can an Olympic RS either. He used it up the year he transferred. He qualified that year by getting Bronze at Junior Worlds.

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College / Re: Olympic Redshirts
« on: September 24, 2019, 06:23:52 PM »
AND top 2 from the 2019
U23 World Team Trials (must accomplish both)

Incorrectamondo....one or the other, or.........

As you posted...." Only required to meet one criteria"

Trust me, Nick does not qualify.

Read number 3 again with the panthesis. Nick will be buring a redshirt if he does this, unless he comes back in the winter which makes more sense.

http://content.themat.com/forms/2020-Olympic-Redshirt-Criteria.pdf

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