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Discussion in 'Wrestling' started by JM4CY, Jan 17, 2020.
At least it is good for Straw to get a feel for him. Similar to Schwarm of UNI.
Yes, good point. Better now than later.
Wow. Tough room. I don't think it's anything that 10 or 15lbs of muscle on both these kids wouldn't fix.
Good team win tonight on the road. Really impressed with how Todd Small is stepping up.
Small really can get shorted on the credit he is due for his performance so far this year. He’s stepped into a tough situation that no one could have completely anticipated and has more than held his own. He’s no AA yet most likely but he’s done what’s been asked of him and is one tough little bastard. There are atleast some weights that have good depth and we found out 33 this year was one of them.
I just don't se much talent at 84 or 97. We need to recruit much better at most every weight to ever be top 5
Serious question: who does Gremmel roll with every week. Is it Durbin mostly? Sauter, Willie, Gadson are undersized for GG.
I wonder if Kyven kicks his ass
Thinking Broderson takes over at 184 next year. Coleman is tough to watch.
Small absolutely can AA. You are dead wrong. Straw never loses to that kid again. Long term Shapiro will be fine. Coleman has the skills but he looks out of whack.
Coleman doing a much better job this year getting out of bottom (but tonight ugh). But besides that, woof. Hope to see him turn it around.
Hey man, don’t get me wrong. I really hope I am wrong
I assume you see Colbray 174, Brodersen 184, and have Shapiro, Coleman, and maybe Duggan battle for 197 next year. Still have time to improve this year.
Shapiro is fine long term? Am I missing something? He has done nothing to warrant hope and is deficient in all 3 positions, especially underneath. He would have to completely transform his game and it's difficult to do so in D1 Wrestling when u don't have a game to begin with.
Coleman needs to get stronger and after last year, you would've thought he would have addressed the glaring issue in the offseason. Will give him a little slack becuz of the bump.
I have been pleasantly surprised by the Coleman/Colbray weight change. Colbray looks like he can manage that weight and should only get stronger and more comfortable with the cut as the season rolls on. Coleman has been game at 184. Wrestled admirably against Zahid. We knew strength was an issue so a mid season bump up was only going to make that deficit worse. That said- these types of major weight changes need to be preplanned and prepared for in the off season. Gotta give the guys the best chance to succeed. It feels like we have been shooting from the hip for a couple of years regarding roster management. If Shapiro was clearly needed at 197 he should have been wrestling there his redshirt year. They should have been adding strength for 2 years. Dugan they bring in at 220. Beef him up for his redshirt year then ask/allow him to cut back to 197. It all seems haphazard.
I’ve never seen them wrestle, but of course he does.
I haven't seen it mentioned but AM was in a dog fight with Vega until he got the defensive pin. That won the dual and earned him the MVP in my book!
Mackall fall was definitely huge for meet score - the announcers kept calling it a defensive fall but I’m pretty sure he got a reversal before the fall . Also Leisure wrestling close with Pohlmeyer was big I’m guessing SDSU was thinking bonus there.
From the linked Daily article:
"Carr slowly walked off the mat after he gave the Cyclones a 19-11 advantage, but Dresser put all worries to bed.
'He got tired,' Dresser said. 'You got to give David credit for going out really hard and trying to bonus point and get extra points for the team. That's on him to get that extra minute to try and close it out.'
There are several very pointed quotes from Dresser in the article that address our performance.
Come on coach give him the lung timeout. Coach Dresser is old school. Glad to see David isn’t actually injured.
Sauer has retired due to injury.