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FRL 447: How Should The NCAA Team Champ Should Be Determined?

FRL 447: How Should The NCAA Team Champ Should Be Determined?

FRL 447 previews the six Olympic weights for men's freestyle at the Rome Ranking Series event and debates if duals should determine the NCAA team title.

Jan 16, 2020 by Wrestling Nomad
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Episode 447 of FloWrestling Radio Live previews the six Olympic weights for men's freestyle at the Matteo Pellicone Ranking Series event in Rome and debates the merits of switching to a dual meet format to determine the NCAA team champions.

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Episode 447 of FloWrestling Radio Live previews the six Olympic weights for men's freestyle at the Matteo Pellicone Ranking Series event in Rome and debates the merits of switching to a dual meet format to determine the NCAA team champions.

Minutes

0:00 - David Bray with a live update from Rome

0:03 - Kyle Bratke did dual rankings, and Ben Askren has to guess who #2 is

0:10 - Should the NCAA have a dual national championship?

0:35 - Bad new: Chamizo’s out for Rome

0:38 - Who are we picking to win 57kg at the Matteo Pellicone?

0:49 - Time for 65kg picks: JO, Bajrang or Zain?

0:56 - No Chamizo makes Dake the heavy favorite, who else do we like at 74kg?

1:00 - 86kg is a fun field both domestically and internationally

1:04 - Nickal and Snyder headline a very deep 97kg field

1:12 - Makhov at heavyweight, with Tony Nelson as the only American

1:13 - Gas Tank Gary got put on scholarship by Ohio State

1:15 - Questions from Friends

1:25 - Tuesday Headlines