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About JasonBryant

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  1. Indiana's always been an important place in wrestling. Been lurking on the site for years and remember its earliest iterations.
  2. Host was always the Mid-American Conference. NCAA hasn't changed anything.
  3. I compiled a list of every place winner at Cadets and Juniors since 1971. I've been to every tournament since 1999. Why ask, I'm telling you there is no record of anyone named Jaggers from Indiana placing in Fargo (or even before it was in Fargo). Maybe schoolboys but not Cadets or Juniors.
  4. I say again, the only Jaggers to ever place in Fargo was Ohio's J Jaggers. That includes Cadets and Juniors in both FS and Greco.
  5. The only Jaggers who ever placed in Fargo was J Jaggers from Ohio.
  6. Figured this might be of interest to some 'round here http://www.mattalkonline.com/st132
  7. It's on Track http://www.trackwrestling.com/predefinedtournaments/VerifyPassword.jsp?tournamentId=130880009
  8. He doesn't do this for a living, he's a volunteer. Much of how The Open Mat was formed was based on volunteers, then came the merger with AWN. When I took over InterMat in 2005, there was a lot of the same repair. Now with AWN, we're having to do it again, only branding it with a magazine that has never really had much of a web presence. Even our print writers, for the most part, are volunteers. I worked at a newspaper in the newsroom from 1996-2005, so I'm trying to bring a lot of that experience to the mag and the web -- we're still working on getting some of our folks trained. Some hav
  9. I've been lurking for years, I had an old login before the new board software (or whenever it was changed). Pablo's trying to get better, but when I started writing when I was 15, my stuff was schlock. I'm working with Pablo to refine some things, but it doesn't happen overnight.
  10. FILA has a lot of issues and they are hugely at fault in this whole situation. FILA's rulechanges, however, were from directives from the IOC to make the sport more TV, fan-friendly, etc. So FILA, in their anointed arrogance and ineptness, made the changes they made. Basically, you have the blind leading the blind internationally. I have no love for FILA and its brazenly posh, arrogant, smug attitudes towards anyone outside of their wine-drinking selves. FILA is heavily to blame, but not totally. Mostly, but not all. MOSTLY!
  11. And allow me to chime in momentarily. Right now, we are absolutely buried in news about the Olympics. Pablo does a great deal of research, but he's not going to be in-the-know as much as the people here in Indiana are. From a national angle, he covers the bases and we (AWN) try to promote and preview as much high school wrestling as we can. On a national level, you won't find more information on such a broad range anywhere. That being said, I did not have adequate time to fully edit the preview. Pablo is a volunteer, he is not a writer by trade. His efforts are for the sport of wrest
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