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Wrestling Scholar last won the day on November 27 2018

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  1. Hey Galagore, one of the problems is that we have so many wrestlers at the same location at the same time in semi-state and State. Ive heard rumors that a solution would be to create an impromptu 3 division class wrestling system for the state tournament to alleviate the density of people in one spot. Do you think thats a good idea? Covid might get us class wrestling.
  2. I think a video feed is going to have to be a compromise this year. How logisitically possible is it to have a Track Wrestling video feed on every sectional and regional mat? I suppose a lot, but not all teams will have a video feed of their teams. Just going to have to find it. IMO, letting the parents in might be a good compromise. Most gyms still could accomadate parents and social distance. On a more critical issue, Ive heard that some school districts are not letting athletes travel to and compete in counties that are in red status. So are ADs going to
  3. The good news it might be more interesting next year in Tippecanoe County, and I like seeing some jazz about the sectional. Jeff did make a good run in 2015 and was probably there best team in the 9 year time span and was probably better than the 2007 team. Jeff beat Harrison in dual that year(14-15), but came up a little short in conference, sectionals and regionals. To be honest, I think your McCutcheon Mavericks will contend more with Harrison next year then Jeff. Program is going in the direction and you got some quality back. Have to find a way to compete in every weight class
  4. Now what are we going to watch while were cooped up in our quarantined sites? I only can watch so many episodes of the office. How am I going to get my sports fix? Im going to need psychological help. This is depressing
  5. Kansas is ranked #1. So they get the vote in championship if everything is cancelled. Maybe a subtle motive to quit playing while they're ahead.
  6. Iowa University- National Champions- Since its highly unlikely that were going to have a National Championship now thanks to NCAA freaking out. So I guess we got to go with the polls. Here's a pre-emptive congratulations to the Hawkeyes. Also, I suggest we go with seedings for the Individual All-Americans. Banner year for Purdue with 4 All-Americans. Congrats Purdue. I think the Fred Hoiberg drama last night was the straw that broke the camels back that will cause cancellation of everything in NCAAs. Thanks Basketball, you get to screw wrestling again. Ye
  7. With No fans allowed at the NCAA basketball tournament, its almost a certainty they wont allow fans in Minnesota next week. I hope they don't cancel the whole tournament. Its possible.
  8. Better than no tournament at all. I would also like to get an expert opinion from @regionrat1 about the affect of the wonderful smelling regional air would have on the Coronavirus.
  9. I just start on with my qualifications. Im an expert because I have "Scholar" in my avatar name and I read a lot of stuff on the internet. I also took a biology course in college and played high school football. Maybe the problem is worse because we have 264MM more people in the US. If the death rate is 2-3% which is likely overstated but, keep in mind that's still 200% to 300% more deadly than the flu. And that's a lot more people that can get infected and die in the US. Compound this with this with the fact that we have so many more people who are uninsured and underinsured
  10. Congrats to the Boilermakers 5th place finish. 2 Finalists and 8 national qualifiers is outstanding. This was a hell of a tournament for Purdue. Im predicting, Purdue will end the All-American drought in two weeks. I think 3 or 4 All-Americans at NCAAs. I guess it takes some break through the ceiling, but Ersland did that this weekend. His first 5 years looked like the same old Purdue, near the bottom of the Big 12. I kind of expected the same status quo. But this year they look formidable. They were just behind a down Penn State, but the Boilers were competing
  11. So you're saying a high school in Indiana will have its own gym with really good seating for wrestling fans , and not have to share a basketball court? What you talkin about Willis?
  12. https://www.ncaa.com/news/wrestling/article/2020-02-27/ncaa-reveals-qualifier-allocations-2020-ncaa-di-wrestling With the allocations, what are Purdue's wrestlers chances of making the NCAA. Possibly 7 or even 8 on a good day wrestling. Lydy, Bruner, Schroder, Coleman would get wild cards and are locks. Penola probably would get wildcard too. Fillius, Parriott and Lyon all are going to have to wrestle to get in and cant afford an upset. Should be a fun day.
  13. Hope about giving the small town coaches a chance to win a championship and having there wrestlers a chance to win a championship. That might keep them around..
  14. That's a good point. They wrestle the same Indiana schools and don't join the IHSAA do to some religious beliefs. Since this is not an IHSAA event, why exclude them. I guess on the flip side, they don't state sectional, regional and SS points so makes them difficult to compare. But could you make an exception on the vote in.
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