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Missouri vs Oklahoma
« on: November 18, 2011, 11:28:12 PM »
125 No. 3 Jarrod Patterson (OU) wins by forfeit 0 6
133 No. 14 Nathan McCormick (MU) dec. No. 11 Jordan Keller (OU). 2-1 3 6
141 No. 8 Kendric Maple (OU) major dec. Brandon Wiest (MU), 15-3  3 10
149 No. 14 Nick Lester (OU) dec. No. 11 Kyle Bradley (MU) , 1-0 3 13
157 No. 12 Matt Lester (OU) dec. Drake Houdashelt (MU), 5-2 3 16
165 No. 13 Zach Toal dec. Bubby Graham (OU), 8-3 6 16
174 No. 6 Dorian Henderson dec. Chase Nelson (OU), 8-5 9 16
184 No. 18 Erich Schmidtke (OU) dec. Mike Larson (MU), 6-4 9 19
197 No. 12 Brent Haynes (MU) wins by forfeit 15 19
HWT Devin Mellon (MU) dec. Elijah Madison (OU), 6-4 (SV2) 18 19

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Re: Missouri vs Oklahoma
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2011, 01:43:30 AM »
125 No. 3 Jarrod Patterson (OU) wins by forfeit 0 6
133 No. 14 Nathan McCormick (MU) dec. No. 11 Jordan Keller (OU). 2-1 3 6
141 No. 8 Kendric Maple (OU) major dec. Brandon Wiest (MU), 15-3  3 10
149 No. 14 Nick Lester (OU) dec. No. 11 Kyle Bradley (MU) , 1-0 3 13
157 No. 12 Matt Lester (OU) dec. Drake Houdashelt (MU), 5-2 3 16
165 No. 13 Zach Toal dec. Bubby Graham (OU), 8-3 6 16
174 No. 6 Dorian Henderson dec. Chase Nelson (OU), 8-5 9 16
184 No. 18 Erich Schmidtke (OU) dec. Mike Larson (MU), 6-4 9 19
197 No. 12 Brent Haynes (MU) wins by forfeit 15 19
HWT Devin Mellon (MU) dec. Elijah Madison (OU), 6-4 (SV2) 18 19

Match Comments
133 A long tight scramble for the 1st period TD put McCormick on top and both rode the other out. Close match. McCormick looked more confident to me.
141 Maple is the real deal. This kid is QUICK I mean REAL QUICK. He's also very focused. Wiest had a few snippy shoves and Maple didnt react. Smart kid. And much improved over his Frosh year. The redshirt really helped this kid.
149 Very close. Bradley just missed a td at the buzzer.
157 Another close match Not much to remember here
165 Toal controlled the tie ups and scored twice when Graham tried to back out of them. Toal is a bit quicker too.
174 Nelson went upper body and they tilted back n forth a bit before Nelson scored the opening TD. It was all Henderson after that though until the last 20 second when Nelson escaped and got the TD. Nelson's gas tank isnt very big.
184 Schmidtke is SOO strong and SOO slow. These two locked upper body and both scored TDs. Schmidtke got a late double leg for the winning TD
197 Hall serving suspension for match ejection at Brockport
285 Madison has little or no offense. He got a stall penalty in the 2nd and then secured a single leg td late in the 3rd only to give up the tying escape with seconds to go. In the 2nd OT he made a poor shot on the legs and ended up on his belly and taken down. Mellon is a very small HWT and I thought Madison had a good shot a win. Sorry Vir.. but this kid isnt going to score much this year.
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Re: Missouri vs Oklahoma
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2011, 04:33:23 AM »
Looks like at least one of my sleepers this year is looking great (Maple) while another is definitely not living up to expectations (Madison)

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Re: Missouri vs Oklahoma
« Reply #3 on: November 19, 2011, 07:32:21 AM »
Why the hell did Keller ride out the third period? He was never close to turning McCormick, shoulda cut him ...
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Re: Missouri vs Oklahoma
« Reply #4 on: November 19, 2011, 12:39:38 PM »
Looks like lots of fireworks when Maple and Kindig square off.
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Re: Missouri vs Oklahoma
« Reply #5 on: November 19, 2011, 03:32:30 PM »
Looks like lots of fireworks when Maple and Kindig square off.


Its hard to make a prediction on that match because Maple hasnt wrestled anyone real good  yet this year. But this is a kid with the athletic talent to take JO to the limit as a true frosh without being in shape. This kid is far more focused and in much much better shape than he was when he nearly beat Oliver. If Kindig doesnt bring his A game he'll get beat and his A game may not even be enough.  Kindig will have the edge on the mat and Maple will have the edge on their feet. Its going to be fun watching these two sophs battle for the next few years. Anybody else remember those Clint Burke vs Clar Anderson matches?  We may have a repeat here.
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Re: Missouri vs Oklahoma
« Reply #6 on: November 19, 2011, 03:34:50 PM »
Why the hell did Keller ride out the third period? He was never close to turning McCormick, shoulda cut him ...
Did you notice the slow burn Cody did when Keller came off? I'd hate to be Keller these next few weeks.
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