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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Ben Golden added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

Quote from Mark Niemann's post:

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Quote from Michael Rodriguez's post:

"This isn't meant as a slight on Jordan. He's an amazing wrestler. He's had an amazing career. If he were to finish second or third again this year, you could count on one hand the Buckeyes that had better careers than him."



Tommy & Logan? Would/Could you add Randleman??? The first two I mentioned are gold standards (with Logan actually being a platinum standard). L. Palmer was a 4xer too but if Bo finished top 3 I'd put him in front of Palmer."



Jagz... Snyder, Tomasello. Pucillo.



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Michael Rodriguez added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

It was kinda of "off the cuff" when I said you could count on one hand. Looking at it now, the number's probably seven. Still, not too shabby.



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Mark Niemann added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

Quote from Ben Golden's post:

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Jagz... Snyder, Tomasello. Pucillo."



I don't know who "Jaggers" is.

Tomasello is in with an AA finish this year. If Snyder can get hot towards the end of the year and reach AA status, I'll add him then. Pucillo's senior year injury doomed him to be off the list. Still a 3x AA though - stud! (Same for 3x AA Jaggers.)

Note: NATO has to win it all to be on my list. (pssst: Motivation for NATO.)



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Justin Hayes added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

"If Snyder can get hot towards the end of the year and reach AA status, I'll add him then."

I laughed... : )



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Mike Stann added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

Quote from Mark Niemann's post:

"

Quote from Michael Rodriguez's post:

"This isn't meant as a slight on Jordan. He's an amazing wrestler. He's had an amazing career. If he were to finish second or third again this year, you could count on one hand the Buckeyes that had better careers than him."



Tommy & Logan? Would/Could you add Randleman??? The first two I mentioned are gold standards (with Logan actually being a platinum standard). L. Palmer was a 4xer too but if Bo finished top 3 I'd put him in front of Palmer."


Let's not forget NATO. Should he win this year two time champ and probably four time B10 champ and 4X AA.
His two losses in NCAA were so close (another second in regulation and he beats Gillman). I think he sometimes gets lost in the shuffle of greatest because he wrestled with Logan and Kyle.



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Michael Rodriguez added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

If Tomesello wins his second NCAA title this year, he's #3 on Ohio State's All Time list behind only Logan Stieber and Kyle Snyder.



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Mark Niemann added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

All true.

For me, the exciting thing is watching the standard shift upwards.

Randleman - only 3x finalist
Tommy - first 4x AA, quickly matched by Lance Palmer.
Jaggers - 2x champ matching Randleman
Logan - breaks through with freshman finals appearance (matching Randleman & Tommy) but wins it and goes on to win three more!

The standard is - and has been - shifting. And it's awesome!!!



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Hank Kornblut added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

The most talented wrestlers in Ohio State history:
Snyder, Stieber and Randleman.



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Discussion Topic: My Way Too Long NCAA Point Projection
Mark Niemann added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

Quote from Hank Kornblut's post:

"The most talented wrestlers in Ohio State history:
Snyder, Stieber and Randleman."



Oh, Hank. You CLEARLY forgot one. CLEARLY!!!!! >:-|



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