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    WCWC Coach got a reaction from KarlHungus in Purdue Transformation   
    This thread has definitely battled back and forth the subject of "who's better, Hinkel's boilers or Ersland's Boilers".  I'm not sure if this weekend B1G Championships prove that one way or another, but putting all that aside I want to give a quick shout out to our Boilers!  5 on the podium, 5 wrestlers placing above their seeds and 8 to the NCAA's is leaps and bounds better than they have done in quite some time.  8 qualifiers ties an all-time high at Purdue!  Still tremendous room for improvement in the area of team placing and getting our athletes higher on the podium, but again a much better showing.  There were numerous highlights from the weekend for sure.
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    WCWC Coach got a reaction from Thor in Purdue Transformation   
    I must admit, I was very disappointed yesterday as well.  The Boilers had 8 stalling calls against them which is pretty hard to swallow.  (I won't bash any of the athletes by name, I don't like it when people do that)  I do agree that they have had some HUGE bright spots this year and I would also agree that they are better than last year's team, but to me 7 or 8 of them should have came off the mat unhappy with their effort, not because they won or lost...but I have to believe when the watch the film they will be equally as disappointed with what all they didn't do out there. 
     
    On a side note their singlets were BAD A$$!!
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    WCWC Coach got a reaction from backtothemat in Peru Regional Preview (at least an attempt at one!)   
    I decided to take a 'stab' at a preview and I must say I have much more respect for the guys that do this regularly.  This was no easy task, but admittedly lots of fun!  Fellas this is just my opinion and if I don't have your kid in the top four I promise that doesn't mean I hope he loses!!  I just wanted to toy with writing a preview and I did enjoy it. 
     
    Good luck to everyone tomorrow!!
     
    106
    This class showcases a couple of strong young men at the top and bottom of the bracket in Deardorff from North Miami and Lechner from Western.  They will meet in the finals and a year more experience will give Lechner the advantage.  The 3rd-4th place match should be a good one between Marion’s Herring and Oak Hill’s Ridgeway.
    Lechner
    Deardorff
    Herring
    Ridgeway
     
    113
    This weight class has 3 Semi State ranked kids (all from the OH Sectional) and should be a good class to watch.  The finals will once again be a battle between Kokomo’s Wright (SS #8) and Oak Hill’s Davenport (SS#7).  This time a little closer match but Wright will once again get the best of the Golden Eagle.  The 3rd-4th match will be a good one between a tough Lechner from Western (SS#9) and last week’s champion from North Miami Gipson.  The elder Gipson should come out on top of this one.
    Wright
    Davenport
    Gipson
    Lechner
     
    120
    There will be another Oak Hill championship rematch at 120.  Semi-State 10th ranked Elmore will once again lead this field of underclassmen.  The 3rd-4th place match will be between last week’s Peru sectional champ Dyson and Turner from Eastern with my pick being Turner.  This is a very young group with the exception of Elmore and this was a tough one as the young men at 2-4th places could do some flip flopping easily.
    Elmore
    Shelton
    Turner
    Dyson
     
    126
    Oak Hill champ Gunter (SS#7) has wrestled 132 quite a bit this year and is wrestling hard and should take this weight class.  The semi –finals match between Maggard of Marion and Kellogg of NW should be a great match for sure.  Maggard lost a very close one to Gunter last week and Kellogg looked strong in the finals against Clark of NF last week at Peru.  Tough one to call but I’m going with Maggard in a tight one to see Gunter in the finals again.  Then for 3rd-4th I’m going with a rematch of the Peru finals last week between Clark of NF and Kellogg.
    Gunter
    Maggard
    Kellogg
    Clark
     
    132
    Caleb Maddox of Western (State ranked #20 and SS #6) brings a lot of experience with him and that will serve him well as he will take the top spot in this fairly tough class.  Skyler Hall of Wabash has been wrestling very well and will see Maddox in the finals and will give him a great match but will come up short.  This class has a couple of REAL battles in the first round.  The Parsons/Bratcher match and the Mikesell/Allen match could both honestly go either way and are both tough ones to call.  The four boys combine for well over 120 wins and each have single digit losses and all 4 deserve to advance in this tournament.  I’m going with Parsons and Mikesell in the 3rd-4th place match with Mikesell winning it. 
    Maddox
    Hall
    Mikesell
    Parsons
     
    138
    One-loss returning state qualifier Clayton Moore (State ranked #20 and SS ranked #2) is looking very strong this year but will be seriously tested in his first match as a last week’s 2-loss (#1 sectional seed) Will Bratcher (SS #5) had a tough day, lost twice and ended up 4th at Oak Hill.  This will be by far one of the toughest first round match ups you will see all day.  The two wrestled earlier in the season and Moore ended up winning 8-2 and he should once again end up on top but it will be close. The first semi match here between Roberson and Hetzner will be a barn burner too.   These guys are county rivals and this match could go either way.  At sectional Hetzner had the seed advantage but Roberson had a great tournament and won the bracket and I see him making it to the finals to see Moore.    The 3rd-4th match will be a good one too as it will likely be a tight one between Hetzner of Eastern and Curtis of OH.  Hetzner will come out on top the way I see it, but barely.
    Moore
    Roberson
    Hetzner
    Curtis
    145
     
    Brody Hardcastle (SS#8) from Oak Hill seemed unstoppable last week as the sophmore pinned his way to a sectional championship.  He will have his hands full in the finals against the hard-nosed champ from Peru Bayless.  Hardcastle will continue his winning ways and will be at the top of the podium again Saturday.  In the first round a really great match will be Strickler form Wabash and runner-up Sholty from Taylor.  Strickler is lost a tough one in the semis last week and will be on a mission to earn a trip to Ft. Wayne and I see him winning this match Saturday.  The other first round match was a tough one to call as well.  Gable from Manchester looked good last week earning a place in the finals but Heady from Western fought hard for his spot in the bracket and I see him edging Gable slightly.  For 3rd-4th Strickler and Heady will be a good match, my nod is Strickler.
    Hardcastle
    Bayless
    Strickler
    Heady
     
    152
    The field at 152 will belong to State Ranked #12 and SS #2 Peyton Sturgill.  He won’t have an easy day by any means as Mullinix from Oak Hill (SS #6) is a very strong wrestler and will certainly make this a GREAT finals match for sure!  The two runner ups in this class, young Moore of Manchester and Turner from Eastern should make for some good semifinal matches and they both will certainly battle for 3rd-4th.  I see the elder Turner coming out on top in a great match. 
    Sturgill
    Millinix
    Turner
    Moore
     
    160
    The Peru Sectional Champ Jordan Rader (SS#7) is having a fantastic freshman campaign.  He is aggressive and for his age very technically sound for sure.   His semi match against Wickline from Eastbrook will be a great test for him for sure.  I see the young Rader coming out on top and earning his first trip to the regional finals in as many tries.  The closest first round match will be Enyart from SW and Barbary of Kokomo.  I’m going with youth once again and I see Barbary earning a chance to redeem himself in a semifinal rematch from last week with yet another young wrestler in King the Champ from Oak Hill.  That will again be a very close match for sure but King will not allow the redemption and will earn a trip the finals to see Rader with Rader earning the nod and climbing to the top of the podium once again. 
    The 3rd-4th place match between Wickline and Barbary will end with Wickline one spot higher on the podium than Barbary as he was last week. 
    Rader
    King
    Wickline
    Barbary
     
    170
    SS#7 ranked Luke Elliot from Eastbrook was on FIRE last week as he was only on the mat for barely over 2 minutes in 3 matches in route to an undisputed sectional title.  I think he will be on the mat a little longer Saturday but still will hardly be contested and will be on top once again this week.  He should see the Peru champ Greer in the finals.  The rest of the field is very even in my opinion and the next two pick are purely speculation and they are almost a coin toss.  It’s basically ‘who shows up’ kind of thing.  But my “guess” for 3rd-4th is a matchup of Fox of Kokomo against Lapetina of Taylor with Fox getting the win.
    Elliot
    Greer
    Fox
    Lapetina
     
    182
    Mr. Hinkle (State Ranked #2 and SS Ranked #1) will certainly own this weight class as he did last week.  He just might come out again and pin his way through the bracket as he did last week.   The semi match between Nash of MG and Hough of Wabash will the ‘one to watch’ in this bracket.  This is another one that could go either way for sure.  I’m giving the nod to the elder Hough Saturday in a close one.  Landon Tharp from Manchester is a strong ‘scrapper’ and will win in the first round to earn a trip to see Mr. Hinkle.  For 3rd-4th it will be Nash over Tharp
    Mr. Hinkle
    Hough
    Nash
    Tharp
    195
     
    This bracket doesn’t really have a dominant clear favorite that stands above everyone else.  Eckrote from North Miami (SS #9) is a big strong tough competitor and I believe he will get past Bush from Eastbrook in the semis and take one spot in the finals.  On the other side I see Biddle from OH in a great match with Clark from Northwestern with last week’s champ Biddle coming out on top to see Eckrote in the finals.  That will provide for a good final with my nod going to the brute Eckrote.  For 3rd-4th the sophs will battle it out and I see Clark coming out of a tight one.
    Eckrote
    Biddle
    Clark
    Bush
    220
     
    Evan Ellis (State Ranked #8 and SS#2) is a BEAST!  The SUPER SOPH’s only loss this year is to Mr. Hinkle.  He could possibly pin his way through this bracket as he did last week.  He will see Hobbs from Peru in the final who is a BRUTE in his own right that also pinned his way through his sectional bracket.  In their last meeting it was Ellis on top by fall and this weekend’s result will likely be the same.  Keep your eye on Little from Eastbrook and Hobbs in the semifinals, it will be a great match but I feel Hobbs will come out on top.  The remaining matches will be a handful of ‘dogfights’ for those last two tickets to the Coliseum.  I see Little from Eastbrook and VanMeter from Taylor in a rematch of their semifinal match last week where Little came out the 3-2 victor.  In a coin toss I see him repeating his victory this weekend and earing the 3rd place spot on the podium.
    Ellis
    Hobbs
    Little
    VanMeter
     
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    Owen Perkins (State Ranked #5 and SS #2) is the clear favorite but he won’t win without a fight.  Last week in the finals Hodge form Marion gave him a great match that ended 8-5.  The likely semifinal match between Beech of NM and Hodge will be a GREAT match for HWT fans in my opinion.  In a close one I’m going to give the nod to Hodge in this one.  The other semifinals match will likely be Perkins and Graham with Perkins on top in that one.  The rematch in the finals between Perkins and Hodges will again be a good match with end result being the same.  The 3rd-4th place match will again be a good one with the big man from Western coming out on top.
    Perkins
    Hodge
    Graham
    Beech
     
     
     
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    WCWC Coach got a reaction from Y2CJ41 in Peru Regional Preview (at least an attempt at one!)   
    I decided to take a 'stab' at a preview and I must say I have much more respect for the guys that do this regularly.  This was no easy task, but admittedly lots of fun!  Fellas this is just my opinion and if I don't have your kid in the top four I promise that doesn't mean I hope he loses!!  I just wanted to toy with writing a preview and I did enjoy it. 
     
    Good luck to everyone tomorrow!!
     
    106
    This class showcases a couple of strong young men at the top and bottom of the bracket in Deardorff from North Miami and Lechner from Western.  They will meet in the finals and a year more experience will give Lechner the advantage.  The 3rd-4th place match should be a good one between Marion’s Herring and Oak Hill’s Ridgeway.
    Lechner
    Deardorff
    Herring
    Ridgeway
     
    113
    This weight class has 3 Semi State ranked kids (all from the OH Sectional) and should be a good class to watch.  The finals will once again be a battle between Kokomo’s Wright (SS #8) and Oak Hill’s Davenport (SS#7).  This time a little closer match but Wright will once again get the best of the Golden Eagle.  The 3rd-4th match will be a good one between a tough Lechner from Western (SS#9) and last week’s champion from North Miami Gipson.  The elder Gipson should come out on top of this one.
    Wright
    Davenport
    Gipson
    Lechner
     
    120
    There will be another Oak Hill championship rematch at 120.  Semi-State 10th ranked Elmore will once again lead this field of underclassmen.  The 3rd-4th place match will be between last week’s Peru sectional champ Dyson and Turner from Eastern with my pick being Turner.  This is a very young group with the exception of Elmore and this was a tough one as the young men at 2-4th places could do some flip flopping easily.
    Elmore
    Shelton
    Turner
    Dyson
     
    126
    Oak Hill champ Gunter (SS#7) has wrestled 132 quite a bit this year and is wrestling hard and should take this weight class.  The semi –finals match between Maggard of Marion and Kellogg of NW should be a great match for sure.  Maggard lost a very close one to Gunter last week and Kellogg looked strong in the finals against Clark of NF last week at Peru.  Tough one to call but I’m going with Maggard in a tight one to see Gunter in the finals again.  Then for 3rd-4th I’m going with a rematch of the Peru finals last week between Clark of NF and Kellogg.
    Gunter
    Maggard
    Kellogg
    Clark
     
    132
    Caleb Maddox of Western (State ranked #20 and SS #6) brings a lot of experience with him and that will serve him well as he will take the top spot in this fairly tough class.  Skyler Hall of Wabash has been wrestling very well and will see Maddox in the finals and will give him a great match but will come up short.  This class has a couple of REAL battles in the first round.  The Parsons/Bratcher match and the Mikesell/Allen match could both honestly go either way and are both tough ones to call.  The four boys combine for well over 120 wins and each have single digit losses and all 4 deserve to advance in this tournament.  I’m going with Parsons and Mikesell in the 3rd-4th place match with Mikesell winning it. 
    Maddox
    Hall
    Mikesell
    Parsons
     
    138
    One-loss returning state qualifier Clayton Moore (State ranked #20 and SS ranked #2) is looking very strong this year but will be seriously tested in his first match as a last week’s 2-loss (#1 sectional seed) Will Bratcher (SS #5) had a tough day, lost twice and ended up 4th at Oak Hill.  This will be by far one of the toughest first round match ups you will see all day.  The two wrestled earlier in the season and Moore ended up winning 8-2 and he should once again end up on top but it will be close. The first semi match here between Roberson and Hetzner will be a barn burner too.   These guys are county rivals and this match could go either way.  At sectional Hetzner had the seed advantage but Roberson had a great tournament and won the bracket and I see him making it to the finals to see Moore.    The 3rd-4th match will be a good one too as it will likely be a tight one between Hetzner of Eastern and Curtis of OH.  Hetzner will come out on top the way I see it, but barely.
    Moore
    Roberson
    Hetzner
    Curtis
    145
     
    Brody Hardcastle (SS#8) from Oak Hill seemed unstoppable last week as the sophmore pinned his way to a sectional championship.  He will have his hands full in the finals against the hard-nosed champ from Peru Bayless.  Hardcastle will continue his winning ways and will be at the top of the podium again Saturday.  In the first round a really great match will be Strickler form Wabash and runner-up Sholty from Taylor.  Strickler is lost a tough one in the semis last week and will be on a mission to earn a trip to Ft. Wayne and I see him winning this match Saturday.  The other first round match was a tough one to call as well.  Gable from Manchester looked good last week earning a place in the finals but Heady from Western fought hard for his spot in the bracket and I see him edging Gable slightly.  For 3rd-4th Strickler and Heady will be a good match, my nod is Strickler.
    Hardcastle
    Bayless
    Strickler
    Heady
     
    152
    The field at 152 will belong to State Ranked #12 and SS #2 Peyton Sturgill.  He won’t have an easy day by any means as Mullinix from Oak Hill (SS #6) is a very strong wrestler and will certainly make this a GREAT finals match for sure!  The two runner ups in this class, young Moore of Manchester and Turner from Eastern should make for some good semifinal matches and they both will certainly battle for 3rd-4th.  I see the elder Turner coming out on top in a great match. 
    Sturgill
    Millinix
    Turner
    Moore
     
    160
    The Peru Sectional Champ Jordan Rader (SS#7) is having a fantastic freshman campaign.  He is aggressive and for his age very technically sound for sure.   His semi match against Wickline from Eastbrook will be a great test for him for sure.  I see the young Rader coming out on top and earning his first trip to the regional finals in as many tries.  The closest first round match will be Enyart from SW and Barbary of Kokomo.  I’m going with youth once again and I see Barbary earning a chance to redeem himself in a semifinal rematch from last week with yet another young wrestler in King the Champ from Oak Hill.  That will again be a very close match for sure but King will not allow the redemption and will earn a trip the finals to see Rader with Rader earning the nod and climbing to the top of the podium once again. 
    The 3rd-4th place match between Wickline and Barbary will end with Wickline one spot higher on the podium than Barbary as he was last week. 
    Rader
    King
    Wickline
    Barbary
     
    170
    SS#7 ranked Luke Elliot from Eastbrook was on FIRE last week as he was only on the mat for barely over 2 minutes in 3 matches in route to an undisputed sectional title.  I think he will be on the mat a little longer Saturday but still will hardly be contested and will be on top once again this week.  He should see the Peru champ Greer in the finals.  The rest of the field is very even in my opinion and the next two pick are purely speculation and they are almost a coin toss.  It’s basically ‘who shows up’ kind of thing.  But my “guess” for 3rd-4th is a matchup of Fox of Kokomo against Lapetina of Taylor with Fox getting the win.
    Elliot
    Greer
    Fox
    Lapetina
     
    182
    Mr. Hinkle (State Ranked #2 and SS Ranked #1) will certainly own this weight class as he did last week.  He just might come out again and pin his way through the bracket as he did last week.   The semi match between Nash of MG and Hough of Wabash will the ‘one to watch’ in this bracket.  This is another one that could go either way for sure.  I’m giving the nod to the elder Hough Saturday in a close one.  Landon Tharp from Manchester is a strong ‘scrapper’ and will win in the first round to earn a trip to see Mr. Hinkle.  For 3rd-4th it will be Nash over Tharp
    Mr. Hinkle
    Hough
    Nash
    Tharp
    195
     
    This bracket doesn’t really have a dominant clear favorite that stands above everyone else.  Eckrote from North Miami (SS #9) is a big strong tough competitor and I believe he will get past Bush from Eastbrook in the semis and take one spot in the finals.  On the other side I see Biddle from OH in a great match with Clark from Northwestern with last week’s champ Biddle coming out on top to see Eckrote in the finals.  That will provide for a good final with my nod going to the brute Eckrote.  For 3rd-4th the sophs will battle it out and I see Clark coming out of a tight one.
    Eckrote
    Biddle
    Clark
    Bush
    220
     
    Evan Ellis (State Ranked #8 and SS#2) is a BEAST!  The SUPER SOPH’s only loss this year is to Mr. Hinkle.  He could possibly pin his way through this bracket as he did last week.  He will see Hobbs from Peru in the final who is a BRUTE in his own right that also pinned his way through his sectional bracket.  In their last meeting it was Ellis on top by fall and this weekend’s result will likely be the same.  Keep your eye on Little from Eastbrook and Hobbs in the semifinals, it will be a great match but I feel Hobbs will come out on top.  The remaining matches will be a handful of ‘dogfights’ for those last two tickets to the Coliseum.  I see Little from Eastbrook and VanMeter from Taylor in a rematch of their semifinal match last week where Little came out the 3-2 victor.  In a coin toss I see him repeating his victory this weekend and earing the 3rd place spot on the podium.
    Ellis
    Hobbs
    Little
    VanMeter
     
    HWT
    Owen Perkins (State Ranked #5 and SS #2) is the clear favorite but he won’t win without a fight.  Last week in the finals Hodge form Marion gave him a great match that ended 8-5.  The likely semifinal match between Beech of NM and Hodge will be a GREAT match for HWT fans in my opinion.  In a close one I’m going to give the nod to Hodge in this one.  The other semifinals match will likely be Perkins and Graham with Perkins on top in that one.  The rematch in the finals between Perkins and Hodges will again be a good match with end result being the same.  The 3rd-4th place match will again be a good one with the big man from Western coming out on top.
    Perkins
    Hodge
    Graham
    Beech
     
     
     
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    WCWC Coach reacted to grecoref in FoxCatcher Finally coming to Fort Wayne   
    Maybe this will help?
     
    Posted December 27, 2014 - 04:45 AM
    I saw the movie tonight and I will see it again. One thing to keep in mind when you read this is that I know Mark Schultz and knew Dave Schultz and John DuPont. I had been on the farm and in the mansion a couple of times. I'm not asking anyone to agree nor am I looking for a debate. It's just my take on it and maybe a little history.
     
    What it isn't...it isn't Rocky or Vision Quest or Rudy (he was offside by the way), or Remember the Titans. It's not a film that is going to draw a lot of people to wrestling. It's a dark drama BASED on a true story with complex characters and situations that ended in the murder of one of our greatest wrestlers and maybe wrestling's greatest ambassador.
     
    It's not 100% factual. One of the biggest liberties they took was having Mark and Dave living on the farm at the same time. They never did. Mark was there first and then left. Dave came later and stayed too long.
     
    They combined some time. It's hard to tell this story in 2 hours so they combined and skipped some years. For example in the movie it appears Dave was murdered shortly after the 1988 Olympics when in reality he was killed in 1996.
     
     
     
    What it is...
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    Ruffalo as Dave Schultz, Steve Carell as John DuPont and Channing Tatum as Mark Schultz had their characters down pat.
     
    Ruffalo-the first time I saw him walk in this movie it almost made me cry. It WAS Dave's walk. If I would have seen it from behind I would have sworn it was Dave. He had his mannerisms down as well. The only thing he didn't capture was Dave's sense of humor. Dave could come up with a one liner out of the blue and make you laugh. More about Dave later.
     
    Carell-He portrayed DuPont as the creep he really was. when the Team Trials were held in Philadelphia he would invite the referees out to the farm. I would liken it to having an audience with the Pope except that would be an insult to every catholic on the planet.
     
    Tatum-He walked like Mark as well. I always thought Mark was a brooder and I think Tatum got that right.
     
    Real wrestlers-lots of real wrestling people including Reece and Jordin Humphrey. Their dad Jim Humphrey was the coach at Foxcatcher in the late 80's and our 88 Olympic coach. He left well before Dave's murder.
     
    The sets-very realistic. The scenes on the farm especially. What they used as the exterior shot of the mansion was not real. The internal rooms were like I remember them. One building they didn't show was the Carriage House. DuPont had a collection of antique carriages and wagons. He had one from Gone With The Wind, a Wells Fargo Stage Coach and Cinderella like carriage. The security system alone was like $50,000.
    The Farm itself had like 17 houses on it. You could hunt deer there and fish. There were fire hydrants. He really did have an army tank.
    There is a scene when Dave is in an office at the Farm where there are headshot pictures of wrestlers. I remember those being there and I think he had some of them in the mansion as well.
    The singlets, the warm ups, even the bags were just like the Foxcatcher equipment issue. I had a t-shirt at one time and polo shirt. I burned them both shortly after Dave was killed.
     
    A little about DuPont. I can't begin to describe what a creep he was. Each time I was around him I felt like I needed a shower. No one ever said no to John DuPont. On Black Monday he lost something like $13 million. The story in the movie about his mother paying a kid to be his friend is supposedly true. I had heard several times even before he shot Dave. DuPont did do some good with his money. USAW started the National Teams program which our top 3 guys in each weight get a stipend. There are a lot of stories about DuPont, but I have already wasted enough time on him.
     
    Mark Schultz was a 3 x NCAA Champion and also  a 3x World Champion (1-Olympic and 2 Worlds). He was a physical specimen. One of the most athletic things I ever saw him do was after a loss and off the mat. He lost to the Russian in the finals of the World Cup in Toledo Ohio, walked out the back door of the arena and threw his plaque about 30 or 40 yards right in the middle of the Maumee River. I told him about it a couple of years ago and he said he remembered that. He also told me that he very proudly does not have any 2nd place awards in his possession. He threw all of them away. A 2nd place Big 8 medal is somewhere on top of Gallagher-Iba Arena. Mark is an emotional complex individual. I hope he finds peace someday.
     
    Dave Schultz was one of my heroes even though we were born 4 months apart and I refereed some of his matches. He had a charisma about him that is difficult to describe. I NEVER heard anyone say they didn't like Dave. I saw him get standing ovations in other countries when he placed 2nd or 3rd. He learned to speak Russian on his own and he was more famous there than here. The Bulgarians, the Iranians, the Koreans...everyone loved him. I believe he was our best technician without (by far) being our best athlete.
    When our National Anthem is played at a wrestling event, I say a silent prayer and then I think of Dave Schultz....not once in a while, but every single time.
     
    The movie was tough to watch. Especially the end. I remember where I was and how I heard Dave was shot. I couldn't believe it then and I still can't. I believe Dave's murder held us back as a country. I think Dave would have been our national coach and we have flourished under him no matter what the rules.
     
    If you are a wrestler I encourage to google videos of Dave and Mark wrestling. they were a joy to watch.
     
    Tom Clark
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    WCWC Coach got a reaction from loscoz in dodging red?   
    Yes, I was very young when it came out and I learned Mr. Swain's excellent strategy to burn a quick 200 calories. 
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    WCWC Coach got a reaction from Y2CJ41 in Coaches/Administrator Only Group   
    Scottie Pennington
    Assistant Head Coach
    Northfield High School
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    WCWC Coach got a reaction from FASTMarine in Number of weigh ins allowed   
    Can some one explain or point me in the direction of where I can find out the rules on number of weigh ins allowed per season and how the number of duels and tourney's play into that?

    Thanks a lot!
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