Kyle Haas Commits To Oklahoma State

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Another huge recruiting domino falls as Kyle Haas commits to Oklahoma State. The junior at Maize High School in Kansas is the #6 on the Class of 2021 Big Board

This decision was anticipated as Kyle's connection to the Cowboy program run deep. Among other things, Kyle's brother is Oklahoma State's recruiting coordinator and four-time All-American Tyler Caldwell.

Haas checks in at #3 in the 220-pound high school rankings, thanks to superstars AJ Ferrari (who has also committed recently to Oklahoma State) and Braxton Amos taking up the top two spots at that weight class. 

The Fargo All-American in both freestyle and Greco-Roman upped his game for the Cadet World Team Trials in Akron last June. Haas won the tournament in both styles, beating a host of ranked wrestlers along the way to securing the titles at 92kg in freestyle and Greco-Roman. Haas finished eighth in Sofia, Bulgaria, at the World Championships. 

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The Cowboys have the consensus #1 recruiting class of 2020 and look to be in good shape with the class of 2021. Haas and the top recruit from 2020, AJ Ferrari, will have to figure out who goes 197 and who goes 285, but between the two of them, plus top 100 class of 2020 recruit Conner Doucet providing depth at heavyweight, the Cowboys should be set for a while at the upperweights. 

Kyle joins #9 Ryan Sokol and #11 Joel VanderVere in making their college commitment announcements today. 'Cruitin season truly in full swing. 

5 Reasons To Watch The Women's Matches This Weekend

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We're not just awarding $40,000 to our eight 195-pound competitors. We've also got two women's showcase matches, one happening after the quarterfinals and the other after the semifinals. 

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How Each 8-Man Competitor Can Win It All On Halloween Night

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With over $40,000 in payouts and $20,000 going to the winner, there's a lot on the line for our 195 lbs 8-man bracket competitors. I'm sure they will all head to Austin with game plans in mind of their own, but I thought I would breakdown how I see each wrestler coming out on top.

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The 195lb 8-Man Challenge Betting Odds

568. Bottom Half Of The 8-Man Bracket

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Nothing leverages the enjoyment of a spectator event like a wager. Having skin in the game makes everything that much more exhilarating. As such, we've drafted future odds to win the 195-pound 8-Man Challenge. 

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Drew Foster's Jump From Heartbreak To Glory

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As a small-town Iowa kid, Drew Foster grew up calling for the game-winning shot in games of driveway basketball. He grew into an athlete who dreamed of getting it done in big spots, and while he got his hand raised on the NCAA stage, that glory followed a few painful moments.

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How To Watch: 2020 UWW Jr And U23 Nationals

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The best upperclassmen high schoolers and college age wrestlers in the nation across all three styles will come together in Omaha, NE, Nov. 13-15. The winners in each weight at the will secure a bid to the 2021 Senior World Team Trials and 2021 Junior World Team Trials is still eligible.

Bader Show: Digging Into The 195 Bracket With Mike Mal

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Bader, Bray, and Mike Mal talk about the action that went down at Super 32 and the upcoming pro events coming to FloWrestling.

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FRL 568 - Breaking Down The Bottom Half Of The 8-Man Bracket

568. Bottom Half Of The 8-Man Bracket

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On episode 568 of FRL, the boys breakdown the bottom half of the 195 lbs 8-man bracket, state associations axing wrestling, and more.

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Michigan Explodes With Two Super 32 Champs In Manny Rojas & Ethan Horwath

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Caden Horwath began clapping while his knee was still touching the mat following the final whistle.

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Keith Gavin's Exceptional Hit List

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While starting out his senior level career at 74 kg, spending the bulk at 84 kg, and then finishing at the changed Olympic weight class of 86 kg, Keith Gavin ran into his fair share of buzz saws. And as a result of Keith Gavin being very good at wrestling, he beat a lot of these buzz saws. 

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Bader Show: Myles Martin & Rich Bender

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Bader and Bray sit down with NCAA Champion Myles Martin and Executive Director of USA Wrestling, Rich Bender.

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