FloWrestler of the Week: Kaid Brock, Oklahoma State

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.post-content img { padding: 10px; } Hey, Kaid Brock. Your redshirt is being pulled and you’re making your college debut at Bedlam against returning National Champ Cody Brewer of Oklahoma.

Not. A. Problem.

There haven’t been too many guys that can make a huge splash on the scene the way that Brock did when he took down Brewer with one of the slickest slide-by’s before letting him up, fighting off and take down then hitting an even dirtier inside trip where they rolled around until Brock came out on top to record the fall.

It was incredible. It’s going to be a hard performance to top, but it definitely put people on notice that he has some big bullets in the chamber.

Kaid Brock’s absolutely insane debut pin over returning NCAA Champ Cody Brewer makes him our FloWrestler of the Week.


Other FloWrestler of the Week Nominees:


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Mason Manville, Wyoming Seminary
– Finally, after three straight runner-up finishes at Ironman, Manville has gotten over the hump and claimed his first title with a win over San Marino’s Evan Wick at 152-pounds.





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David Carr, Massillon Perry
– It may not have been pretty, but he got the job done. Carr went into a full gauntlet of overtime against top-ranked Jarod Verkleeren and came out on top to take home the 145-pound title in the premier match of the Ironman tournament.




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Nate Keaton, Circleville
– From the 14thseed to the top of the heap. Keaton defeated unseeded Jacob Dunlap, 3rd-seeded and #8-ranked Jordan Crace, 6th-seeded Christian Nunez and top-seeded #11-ranked Dylan D’Emilio to win the 106-pound championship.



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Alex Marinelli, Graham
– Claimed his second straight Ironman title with a fall in 4:26 over Justin Thomas. He also had two other falls to start his championship run, a major decision and a regular decision to claim the title. His dominant performance also earned him the tournament’s Outstanding Wrestling Award.



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Matt Stencel, Oregon Clay
– Pinned his way through the tournament with falls of 22-seconds, 36-seconds, 3:41, 1:57 and 3:49 in the finals over highly touted freshman #5-Cohlton Schultz.




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Missouri Wrestling Team 
– Recorded their 31st and 32nd straight dual meet wins on Saturday and Sunday over the returning NCAA Champion Ohio State Buckeyes and the Ohio Bobcats after taking the title a week ago at CKLV.







All Ranked Wrestlers Coming To CKLV 2017

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As you prepare for Thanksgiving or are finishing up with your turkey day meal, you may feast your eyes upon a smorgasbord of ranked wrestlers coming to CKLV.

NCAA DI Stock Report: PSU Shakes Up 197 Pounds

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The 197-pound weight class continues to swirl with volatility in our weekly look at the big movers in the NCAA top 20 rankings. Penn State's Anthony Cassar is the biggest gainer, going from unranked to No. 11 at 197 and taking the place of his teammate and three-time NCAA qualifier Matt McCutcheon in the top 20.

Full Ironman Team List

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Some of the baddest high schoolers in the country are heading to Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, once again this year in search of claiming the title at the 24th Walsh Jesuit Ironman Tournament on Dec. 8-9. 

Tom Brands Smiling Discussing Marinelli And Lee

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Iowa Head Coach Tom Brands discusses when we'll see Marinelli, if he's ready to go and the availability of Spencer Lee on this Hawk Central interview. 

George Bossi Lowell Holiday Wrestling Tournament Live on Flo

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Considered the Grand Daddy of them all, the annual George Bossi Lowell Holiday Wrestling Tournament draws the best teams from all over New England and beyond.  Over 70 teams will converge on the Tsongas Arena for what some have called “The High School Midlands of the Northeast”.

7 Crucial Keystone Classic Conclusions

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The 2017 Keystone Classic lived up to the hype in the City of Brotherly Love this past weekend. Penn State shined at at the historic Palestra on UPenn's campus, but there was plenty of competition from the field. Northwestern, Rider, Drexel, Duke, Penn, Harvard, and Eastern Michigan all had finalists that made for an electric Sunday of NCAA wrestling. Here's what we learned.

News And Notes From Week 3 In D1 Wrestling

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A smattering of interesting tidbits and match results from the world that is Division 1 college wrestling, in particular things that may not have made it into our articles on top upsets or the stock report.

Did They Accidentally Announce Spencer Lee's Iowa Debut?

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The Iowa wrestling team shared its latest "move of the week" in a Twitter post on Monday, and the Hawkeyes may have hinted at a massive early-season change to their lineup in the process.

Top 12 Upsets From Week 3

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Take a look at the 12 best upsets from week three of the Division I college wrestling season.

FRL 246 - Iowa Has A Huge Decision To Make

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FRL 246 discusses the last week in DI wrestling, what Iowa should do with its lineup, and thoughts on SDSU and Minnesota as well as the match of the year.