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  1. Its goin to happen at Purdue.
  2. IU next year

    Bomber, we seem to be in the sam boat. Never a free flow of information out of the Hoosier room. Never was. I'd say, it maybe anther part of the problem, of the success, of a program. And it falls on the shoulders of a head coach. We can see why Indiana has such a weak following over the past 20 years or so, and getting worse. Hard to get behind a team, when there is no way to get any feed back about what is going with the team.
  3. IU next year

    To the wrestling team Insiders like Jeff. Now that Indiana has shuffled coaches, what is, the projected line up for Indiana next season? Loosing Black was a result of Simmons leaving? But the program is use to not getting the in state elite, so they look elsewhere. And who are the in coming recruits to bolster the practice room? Another question, who in the room is moving into a starting spot?
  4. IU next year

    Dead end job. For desperate guys looking for a start in coaching. Don't do it.
  5. IU next year

    I agree, not much evidence. On that, it would be a good risk to take. Considering there is a lot of evidence to support, the head coach's lack of ability to develop and improve talent.
  6. To go along with the list of graduating wrestlers, I think two other teams, that stick out to me as, having a chance to impact the league are Chandlers team, Michigan State and Howe's team Northwestern. They have several good returners and new recruits.
  7. The facility is going to be built, for both sports. As they share a facility now. It will be built behind Cook Hall, and beside Gladstien Field House. And I agree Erstland is building a good foundation Purdue. You can tell that the boys have the fight in them, but out talented. Which is no shame there. So let's give the coach the time to get his wrestlers in there, and see what happens. As far as IU is concerned, they finished where they were expected. And as long as the coaches stay around, will be in the same spot next year at East Lansing. Maybe down one spot, I forgot Northwestern will probably be back to a full roster next year.
  8. Big 10 Championships Roll Call

    Urging every one to make it to Assembly Hall this weekend in Bloomington, a show case of the cream of the crop of college wrestling. Coaches as well as wrestlers.
  9. Palmer

    I thought it was a nice idea to have a past great Indiana wrestler be included in the presentations. It should happen more often. Not to start another thread on the finals, but I could not help noticing all the not usual schools in the top 10 team points totals. What does this tell us about the coaching going on here in Indiana?
  10. Elijah Oliver?

    Looks like the same old Oliver! Healthy Oliver
  11. Great article. On a side note , people forget that Indiana university was also the mecca of college wrestling. So Bloomington was blessed with all this tradition, that has faded in popularity over time.
  12. IU vs NDSU

    All good questions. Maybe some of these know-it-all posters close to the team might log on and keep all of us deplorables informed.
  13. Ok, good reference point for our two in state public D1 wrestling schools. Lets see how they end up this year. Also curious to know what the start and final result was last year of PU and IU? Dual Rankings.
  14. BIG will make the announcement when Tickets available. Or go to hoosiers.com and check in periodically. On a side note Indiana dropped a match to Cal-Poly 6 matches to 4. Beat Frisco St.