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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Justin Hayes added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

http://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/index.ssf/2017/09/nick_suriano_back_with_a_vengenance_to_bring_ncaa.html#incart_river_index

Your thoughts?



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Mark Niemann added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

Thoughts? I love Coach Goodale. Great guy!!

Best of luck to Nick.



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Justin Hayes added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

Do you think Suriano will beat NaTo this season?



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Michael Rodriguez added to this discussion on September 9, 2017

I think Tomesello wins that. Honestly, assuming he can hold the weight and perform like he has for three years, in my head he sweeps Suriono.



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Mark Niemann added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

Sunday, January 7th, 2018
Ohio State @ Rutgers, time TBA



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Justin Hayes added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

Quote from Mark Niemann's post:

"Sunday, January 7th, 2018
Ohio State @ Rutgers, time TBA"



"Spaniard! Spaniard!"



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Mark Niemann added to this discussion on September 10, 2017

Strength and honor, friend.



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Rex Holman added to this discussion on September 11, 2017

I'm rooting for him.

Pretty sure everyone can read between the lines as to what happened. He got hurt, couldn't compete well and was shat upon.

Way better to have a coach that has your back than one that is stabbing you in it.



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Hank Kornblut added to this discussion on September 11, 2017

Quote from Rex Holman's post:

"I'm rooting for him.

Pretty sure everyone can read between the lines as to what happened. He got hurt, couldn't compete well and was shat upon.

Way better to have a coach that has your back than one that is stabbing you in it."



Maybe--but we don't know that for sure. What if it was a difference of opinion with PSU wanting him to have surgery and Suriano not wanting to do it? Also a lot of rumors regarding Suriano's Dad being a difficult person. I realize you have experience in these situations but I can't assume you're correct.



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Rex Holman added to this discussion on September 11, 2017

Pure conjecture on my part.



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Brandon Olinger added to this discussion on September 11, 2017

Quote from Rex Holman's post:

"Pure conjecture on my part."



Whatever it was, the B1G10 sided with Suriano, so that does tell us something.



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Ethan Moore added to this discussion on September 11, 2017

Do you recall when he was injured? I thought Cael's in-match response was odd, even at that time when I assumed all was great with the relationship.

In retrospect, I think that 30 seconds illustrated that there was strain on the coach-athlete relationship.



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Justin Hayes added to this discussion on September 11, 2017

Quote from Ethan Moore's post:

"Do you recall when he was injured? I thought Cael's in-match response was odd, even at that time when I assumed all was great with the relationship.

In retrospect, I think that 30 seconds illustrated that there was strain on the coach-athlete relationship."



I don't (and couldn't find a link to the match)...how so?



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Reed Vetovitz added to this discussion on September 11, 2017

Quote from Ethan Moore's post:

"Do you recall when he was injured? I thought Cael's in-match response was odd, even at that time when I assumed all was great with the relationship.

In retrospect, I think that 30 seconds illustrated that there was strain on the coach-athlete relationship."



My memory of the PSU match with OK State is foggy, but I do remember thinking that Cael should have defaulted Suriano's match when it was obvious that his wrestler was seriously injured. Instead, he sent him back out to wrestle with a seriously injured leg.



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Discussion Topic: Suriano 2.0: A New Hope
Hank Kornblut added to this discussion on September 12, 2017

The weirdest aspect of Suriano's injury is that I couldn't tell what happened. No obvious ankle twist. Just a sudden wince and he pulled up lame.

I don't know what to make of this situation. I admit to having a strong bias against wrestlers with meddling parents and that's the rumor regarding Suriano. Doesn't mean Cael was right or wrong. Just a personal issue for me. For that reason, I'm seeing Suriano in a negative light. I may well be completely wrong in this instance. Bottom line is I hope Nate mandhandles him when they meet.



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