Long has to win his 1st or 2nd match.
Fanthorpe has to win his 1st match.
Jensen it's complicated. He could win his 1st match and still end up 5th. He could lose his 1st match and still end up 3rd.
Mueller has to win his 1st match.
Sorensen can either win his 1st match, or win the next 2 matches.
Reader just needs to win any single match that comes his way.
Ward just needs to win any single match that comes his way.
Feel free to correct me.
Last edited by TedKumsher; 03-06-2010 at 08:29 AM.
May my postings be polite and not misunderstood. (And hopefully funny on occasion.)
Remember, those guys actually have to step out on the mat today before they can officially be eligible for NCAAs.
yep...Ohio States 141 pounder couldnt make weight this morning is sounds like so hes out and the Big 10 losses one spot at that weight as a result......then you have Dustin Schlatter who is injured...will/was not be seeded and is stepping on the mat and then defaulting out right away so hes eligible for a wild card but since he made weight and steps on the mat the Big 10 gets to keep all 4 spots at 157....which is good news for Iowa as Kerr only needs to finish 4th and his side of the bracket is good for him, he could make the finals.
So as far as I can tell, the only wrestler in jeopardy of not making it right now is Sorenson. He needs to win his 3rd/4th place match to make it. Mueller and Fanthorpe could still lose their spot, but they would have to collaspe to do so.
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