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6 hours ago, flanders said:

That'll be a bummer if Valdiviez doesn't get a bid. I've been down on Mizzou's 125 lbers for years, including the crop that we have now. But, he's really been wrestling well as of late.

Agreed. While he seems to have a 'pin or be pinned' tendency - I'll definitely take that over 1-1 scores in the third and yet another overtime - save that stuff for the dancing bears at heavyweight.

9 hours ago, MLBRUEM said:

It will be a very long shot for Valdiviez to get a Wild Card as 125 had a large group of wrestlers who earned AQ's get upset and Valdiviez did not earn an AQ.

Koelling on the other hand earned an AQ and 197 had very few upsets so he should get a Wild Card. Mocco's chances should be good as well.

 

I didn't realize that about Koelling and was fearful that the tournament sunk his season ship.

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Koelling and Mocco have the only shot at getting wildcards.
they both qualified the weights for the conference and are at weights that will have 6 Wildcards.

Although at 165 it is loaded these are the people that qualified the weight for the conference that didn't place at those weights.

165 lbs.

Evan Wick, Wisconsin #4 CP, #7 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 10

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Best Win: #5 Isaiah White, Nebraska 

Kennedy Monday, North Carolina #12 CP, #9 RPI

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 8

Best Win: #7 David McFadden, Virginia Tech

Ebed Jarrell, Drexel #20 CP, #20 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 2

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Best Win: Grant Cuomo, Princeton

Bailee O'Reilly, Minnesota #27 CP, #16 RPI

Wins over rank Oppenents: 2

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Best Win: #28 Drew Hughes, Michigan State

Randy Meneweather, Air Force #26 CP, #22 RPI

Wins over rank Oppenents:0

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Peyton Mocco, Missouri #28 CP, #24 RPI

Wins over rank Oppenents: 2

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 2

Best Win: #25 Izzak Oljenik, Northern Illinois

 

Others Ranked in either CP or RPI That haven't qualified (and didn't qualify the weight for the conference)

Adam Kemp, Fresno State #26 RPI 

Dazjon Castro, The Citadel, #33 CP,  #27 RPI

Bernie Truax, Cal Poly , #31  CP, #28 RPI

Shane Jones, Old Dominion #29 RPI

Austin Yant, Northern Iowa #32 RPI

Brian Meyer, Lehigh #33 RPI

Nick Kiussis, West Virginia #30 CP

Brett Donner, Rutgers #32 CP

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, northco said:

Koelling and Mocco have the only shot at getting wildcards.
they both qualified the weights for the conference and are at weights that will have 6 Wildcards.

Although at 165 it is loaded these are the people that qualified the weight for the conference that didn't place at those weights.

165 lbs.

Evan Wick, Wisconsin #4 CP, #7 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 10

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Best Win: #5 Isaiah White, Nebraska 

Kennedy Monday, North Carolina #12 CP, #9 RPI

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 8

Best Win: #7 David McFadden, Virginia Tech

Ebed Jarrell, Drexel #20 CP, #20 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 2

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Best Win: Grant Cuomo, Princeton

Bailee O'Reilly, Minnesota #27 CP, #16 RPI

Wins over rank Oppenents: 2

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Best Win: #28 Drew Hughes, Michigan State

Randy Meneweather, Air Force #26 CP, #22 RPI

Wins over rank Oppenents:0

Wins over Present NCAA Field:

Peyton Mocco, Missouri #28 CP, #24 RPI

Wins over rank Oppenents: 2

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 2

Best Win: #25 Izzak Oljenik, Northern Illinois

 

Others Ranked in either CP or RPI That haven't qualified (and didn't qualify the weight for the conference)

Adam Kemp, Fresno State #26 RPI 

Dazjon Castro, The Citadel, #33 CP,  #27 RPI

Bernie Truax, Cal Poly , #31  CP, #28 RPI

Shane Jones, Old Dominion #29 RPI

Austin Yant, Northern Iowa #32 RPI

Brian Meyer, Lehigh #33 RPI

Nick Kiussis, West Virginia #30 CP

Brett Donner, Rutgers #32 CP

 

 

 

When will WC be announced?

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20 minutes ago, spartanfan01 said:

When will WC be announced?

somewhere online (of course now I can't find the source), I thought I saw that this Wednesday (3/11/20) is when the brackets are released.

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Quoted from another forum.

"Selection Show | Wednesday, March 11, 2020
The 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship bracket will be announced Wednesday, March 11, time and network are to be announced."

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13 hours ago, flanders said:

Quoted from another forum.

"Selection Show | Wednesday, March 11, 2020
The 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship bracket will be announced Wednesday, March 11, time and network are to be announced."

will we be spared Billy Baldwin's work with ESPN?

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that's mostly tongue in cheek - ESPN is a great way to watch with being able to select mats.

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I just read online that the at large selections will be released today at 2pm via NCAA Twitter. 

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197 lbs.

Jordan Pagano, Rutgers #15 CP, #9 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents:6

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 6

Best Win: #3 Patrick Brucki, Princeton

 

Stephen Buchanan, Wyoming #19 CP, #23 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 5

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 5

Best Win: #17 Dakota Geer, Oklahoma State

 

Jacob Koser, Navy #28 CP, #28 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 3

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 3

Best Win: #23 Jake Jacobson, Lehigh

 

Wyatt Koelling, Missouri #20 CP, #10 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 4

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 4 

Best Win: #9 Kordell Norfleet, Arizona State

Koelling vs. The other At Large Hopefuls:  4-2 (lost both Times to Ben Smith, beat Buchanan, Shapiro, Wroblewski & Schuyler)

 

Tanner Orndorff, Utah Valley State #21 CP, #32 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents: 3

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 3

Best Win: #12 Lucas Davidson, Northwestern

 

Jackson Striggow, Michigan #32 CP, #22 RPI

Wins over top 33 Opponents:  4

Wins over Present NCAA Field: 1

Best Win: #29 Hunter Ritter, Minnesota

 

Others:

Hunter Ritter, Minnesota #29 CP, 

Joel Shapiro, Iowa State #30 CP

Jaron Smith, Maryland #33 CP

Kellen Stout, Pitt #25 RPI

Sam Schuyler, Buffalo #27 RPI

Dylan Reynolds, Edinboro #30 RPI

Matt Wroblewski, Illinois #31 RPI

Ben Smith, Cleveland State

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Looking through the 4 that need at-large I would put them into a percentage

Peyton Mocco 75% to 90% Chance

He took third in his conference and would be the next one going plus there 6 to be taken at that weight. 

The only thing that gives me pause is that Evan Wick, Kennedy Monday 3x Qualifier Jarrell all needs at large. 

But I think he might be a lock.

 

Wyatt Koelling, 60% to 75% Chance 

His high RPI gives me hope he has the 2nd best win out any of the field

He was consistently ranked around 20th all season.

He has 3rd most wins against the field and besides Conference he was steady all season.

I think what hurts is he didn't place at Conference. 

But if that is their reasoning. Then Kaleb Young and Evan Wick shouldn't qualify. 

 

Cameron Valdiviez 10% to 25% 

His best win was against a National Qualifier in Korbin Meink of Campbell

That is only reason I think he has a percentage chance

Also,  He pinned former qualifier Bryce West of Northern Illinois. 

I think if he would have been the whole season at 125 and picked up victories against a couple people that Punke wrestled he might have a chance.

 

Jacob Bohlkin, 0% chance

tried to make a small run at conference. but fell short. 

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