Want to have dinner with Brands?

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  1. Yellow Snow

    Yellow Snow Well-Known Member

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  2. NWICY

    NWICY Well-Known Member

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    That was a pretty quick way for them to raise some money for their wrestling club.
     
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  4. NEICyFan

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    They no doubt do!

    My bro is plugged into these things and he says their poorly run and funded wrestling club is no longer a dirty little secret. It is now front and center as a problem. Sounds like they have gotten things moving in the right direction in a hurry.

    Thank goodness for the Coach Dresser so we will not fall further behind--just the opposite!!!
     
  5. flynnhicks03

    flynnhicks03 Well-Known Member

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    Lord, that sounds terrible...
     
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  6. Cyched

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    For that kind of money I would have rather paid to see him take the stand during the Meyer trial.
     
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  7. CySmurf

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    Dinner with Brands?
    I don't think he uses utensils...'ll pass.
     
  8. ISUAgronomist

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    $4500 to eat a bunch of oranges....I'd pass
     
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    No.
     
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  11. NEICyFan

    NEICyFan Well-Known Member

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    Jeez, I guess he was right. Iowa lured Mark Perry away from the #1 assistant job at Illinois to coach the Hawkeye Wrestling Club. Fun times are ahead in college wrestling.
     
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    I think they were feeling the heat a little bit after PSU's dominance at NCAAs again this year, tOSU's coming facility upgrades,plus our coaching changes and recommitment to wrestling. We've started a bit of an arms race.

    I've always liked Mark Perry, and having him around their program will be beneficial no doubt. I do think it is a little weird he is the HWC head coach, as he didn't wrestle freestyle at all post-college, although he was very good when he did wrestle freestyle in HS and College.
     
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  14. csteve

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    I thought the same thing about Perry and coaching FRECO. I wouldn't think he is the best option for coaching the club. I'm sure they are thinking the benefits for Hawkeye wrestling will far outweigh any shortcomings in coaching FRECO.
     
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  15. NEICyFan

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    He may not have wrestled it much himself (post grad) but he's been coaching freestyle for nearly 10 years with success. It isn't any more weird than hiring a guy who's never coached before and paying him big money to run our club program. And that's not a knock on Metcalf--I'm very, very pleased with that decision and hire.

    I think the Dresser hire and rise in financial commitment at ISU was as big of a catalyst to the changes in Iowa City than any other factor.
     
  16. carvers4math

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    The cross exam would be must see.
     

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