Personally I think last year was rock bottom and we start the climb back up this year. Spangler and McCauley not being in the lineup means this year won't be what we were hoping for, but the improvement is there. We actually have some depth now and the hiring of Nickerson addressed a big issue from last year. We'll be a much better dual team and should qualify most of the team for NCAAs in March and should have a few guys go fairly deep. And if that's not the case... then I'll agree KJ has to go. But I'm holding out to see what happens this year before I make that call.
If they do fire KJ after this year whoever comes in will be in an insanely better position than KJ was when he got here. We have a young team that is improving with lots of depth and a few years to grow. When Cael bolted he left a great senior class and literally nothing else behind it.
I agree with you on all accounts. Merely voicing a frustration I have. I won't call for anyone's head until March 21 when I head on over to Des Moines for the Tourney.
He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man.
No surprises so far. We are taking care of business. Biggest match was a triple overtime win by Weatherman over Zach Witte of UNI. Witte is a true freshman but a huge recruit. They'll be more interesting action this afternoon.
Mayfield goes down to Fahy of Illinois. Fahy a true freshman who was a four time state champ in Illinois. If Moreno makes it to the finals and beats Fahy I think that his redshirt will certainly be pulled.
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