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  1. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    Parris is a beast, on another level!
  2. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    Appreciate the updates Indysportsfan!
  3. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    FloPro video only.... not in FloArena
  4. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    how long til it starts? Will someone be updating here?
  5. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    Predictions, anyone?
  6. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    A flat 7 lb allowance makes no sense to me. I'm not talking about this event specifically, but all events that have a large allowance. What i mean is a 7 lb allowance to a guy that wrestles 106-120 is far greater than one wrestling 182-220, from a percentage of weight perspective. I guess it doesn't matter since both sides have it the same, but it just seems like the lower weight guys have a much bigger advantage in making weight or moving down a class. Am I missing something?
  7. FLO v. Track

    Are we talking about the same video? The video for me pops up on top of the dashboard and covers 60+% of it, making it impossible to see any of the match grids until I watch it all or hit skip which usually takes at least 5-10 seconds.
  8. FLO v. Track

    The problem is, when you have the dashboard up for an event and there are 8+ mats going at once, there is ALWAYS a match ending
  9. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    Can only speak for myself. But only an annual option is not ideal for some people. Sometimes they offer a monthly, but at $30 for one month, that's a bit pricey for one event someone may want to catch. My issue is I subscribed for Who's #1, got crappy, choppy video that was pretty much unwatchable. Emailed an hour after asking for refund and they blamed it on my computer/internet, which is the same computer/internet I had used watching previous events that had run fine. They canceled my annual but charged me for for a month at $29.95 because they said they could have fixed it mid-event. So I paid $30 for about an hour of sh*tty video. They won't get another dime of my money with that kind of service. I've heard similar stories, so I don't believe I am the only one. Not to mention FloArena sucks and no wrestler profiles like TW has.
  10. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    Thanks for the reply Joe. Still don't like the Flo option, but I can see the results in type on here. But I get the financials behind it. Is there a place where there is a lineup of all the matches in one place?
  11. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    Very disappointed its on Flo. Flo doesn't offer an event only purchase. On a separate note, Joe is there a web site that shows results from past years?
  12. FloNationals

    He will face Michael Wolfgram, PA 4th placer in final. His semi-final foe DeBoe beat Wolfgram 5-2 in PIAA seminfinal.
  13. FloNationals

    132 Semis have Manzona Bryant vs. Kris Rumph and Dawson Combest vs. Mosha Schwartz, Wyoming Seminary
  14. FloNationals

    Mills has Jakob Camacho, ranked #11 (Flo) a 126
  15. FloNationals

    Garcia has Dominick Serrano, ranked #12 (intermat)/#16 (Flo) at 126. Donnell Washington advances in the semis
  16. FloNationals

  17. FloNationals

    A quick summary after the evening has closed... In the quarterfinals: 106 - Jacob Moran 113 - Jesse Mendez 120 - Asa Garcia 126 - Ty Mills 132 - Manzona Bryant - Dawson Combest - Kris Rumph 145 - Kendall Coleman 170 - Carson Brewer 285 - Mason Parris Alive in the consolations: 132 - Ian Dembowski (3 consi wins) 138 - Nathan Conley (3 consi wins) 145 - Tristan Sellmer (4 consi wins) 152 - Donnell Washington (3 consi wins) 160 - Joseph Walker (1/1 champ/consi win) - Graham Calhoun (1/1 champ/consi win) My apologies if I missed anyone.
  18. Wisconsin job

    He went 19-3 according to Track and finished 7th at the Midlands. Beat a couple of NCAA qualifiers, but no real big wins from what I could tell. But only one tournament and 4 matches after the Midlands in December, so I'd call it somewhat quiet. Hope he can slide right into the lineup next year. Looking forward to see if he can join Red & Lee having great success in DI
  19. Nick Lee vs Chad Red 2018- College

    My only other notes: While I believe Nick had a better season, and I DO think it is more impressive doing so as a true frosh as opposed to a redshirt frosh (yes, i know what Nick did last year, but there is also still a year difference in physical maturation for Red that counts), that does not translate to me predicting a score if they wrestled. Until the result changes, I still see their first result and have zero doubt Chad would have all the focus and motivation he would need facing Lee again, so I'd refrain from going there. It's still a true toss up until I am proven wrong. And while I think comparing the resume of the entire season is not close, they both finished strong and my preference of Lee's results does not diminish the fact that Chad is a helluva wrestler and had a great year as well. I'm sure there are some matches he'd like back, but the same with Nick. Lastly, I said in in the NCAA Tournament thread that I thought a win over Heil might just become a catapult for Chad to higher achievements. A win like that could boost his confidence and focus moving forward. That was a huge win and he should be proud of it. Like others have said. Both have given IN wrestling fans reason to be proud and there is only better days to come with the these two and others coming.
  20. Nick Lee vs Chad Red 2018- College

    It's not even close.... A few additions/corrections to your list: Lee beat Limmex twice, both majors; Red lost to Limmex twice Lee beat Josh Alber twice, once by fall; Red lost to Alber Lee beat Cole Weaver by major; Red lost to Weaver Lee beat Vince Turk; Red split two matches with Turk Red beat Diehl twice; Lee split two matches with Diehl, won by major, lost by fall Lee beat Jack; Red lost to Jack twice Both lost to: Michael Carr of Illinois and to Brock Zacherl of Clarion Red finished strong in the NCAA Tournament with a nice 7th place finish after entering unseeded (I thought he should have been in the teens) Lee finished strong in the NCAA Tournament, winning finishing 5th. Both lost their first match in the NCAA Tournament and battled back well. But when evaluating the full season, it's not close.
  21. NHSCA

    I just took a quick look at the senior division... found 11 IN guys. Flo's breakdown by class said IN had 12 so I may have missed someone. There are a handful of guys I'm not familiar with. Would anyone be kind enough to fill me in on the following guys? 138 Spencer Kirchgessner 152 Koby Lundy 152 Jeremian Ford 160 Korde Weber 170 Sam Gobeyn 285 Marcus Stone Others in the senior division and their early records: 126 Ty Mills 0-1 132 Collin Poynter 3-0 in Quarterfinals 138 Kris Rumph 3-0 in Quarterfinals 145 Kasper McIntosh 3-0 in Quarterfinals 145 Bryton Goering 1-1
  22. Desantos kimura

    That brings up a question I asked myself during the tournament when I heard about the Tucker incident too. So I will ask you Y2 and other coaches on here. As a coach, at what point do you say enough is enough and sit the kid, if the tourney itself doesn't DQ him? Would it have been a crazy thing if the coach made him FF his next match? I know the answer isn't going to be black and white, but I would appreciate the thoughts of coaches and how they see it from their perspective and how it might differ if it is a kid on your team.
  23. Not a good start for "Team Indiana" in Round 1. 125 - 14-Seed Luke Welch comes from behind in the 3rd to win 10-5 125 - Brock Hudkins drops a 3-2 decision to favored 7-seed Taylor Lamont 133 - 2-Seed Stevan Micic gets a major as expected 15-5 over Zachary Sherman of UNC 141 - 8-Seed Nick Lee loses by Fall to Ryan Diehl of Maryland. Lee had taken him down twice early. Got reversed and lost balance and taken to back. Lee had previously beaten Diehl 22-10. 141 - Chad Red drops a 4-2 decision to 7-Seed Brock Zacherl of Clarion. Red just couldn't get any offense going. 149 - 10-Seed Jason Tsirtsis does what JT does... wins in OT. 2-1 TB1 dec over Dane Robbins of Air Force.
  24. NCAA Nationals

    Love watching Bo Nickal! Never know where it is going to come from!! Nickal has beaten Martin 7 out of 9 times. I think Bo has MM's # and then some.
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