FRL 474 - Best 125/133 Of The Decade, Reliving Oliver-Stieber 2012 Final

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On episode 474 of FRL, the boys discuss the best 125 and 133-pound best of the decade bracket and relive the 2012 NCAA Championships.

Run of Show 

0:00 - We have diplomatic immunity to provide you FRL from the studio 

0:01 - Ben is pretty much a lumberjack 

0:03 - Breaking down KB’s behind the numbers article 

0:08 - Ben beat some dudes he shouldn’t have to make the finals of the best NCAA wrestler of all-time bracket 

0:09 - Best 125-pound of the decade semifinal picks 

0:17 - Best 133-pound of the decade quarterfinal picks 

0:35 - Ben reflects on Bubba Jenkins championship videos 

0:37 - Revisiting the 2012 NCAA Championships 

01:24 - Questions from friends

Who's Registered So Far For 2020 Senior Nationals?

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Senior Nationals are a few weeks away, and registrations are finally starting to pick up. In the last 24 hours, the Sunkist Kids and Titan Mercury registered a bunch of athletes, and these brackets are starting to get deeper. Check out all of the currently registered athletes and their rankings. We used our domestic men's and women's freestyle rankings as well as greco rankings from Timmy Hands at 5 point move.

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Full 195-lb Tournament Lineup Set For Oct. 31st

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All eight competitors for FloWrestling's Oct. 31st tournament have signed the dotted line. Additionally, Macey Kilty's opponent has been announced

Virginia Tech Extends Tony Robie's Contract

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Press release from Virginia Tech athletics

#1 182 Rylan Rogers Releases Preliminary School List

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2019 Ironman and 2020 National Prep champion Rylan Rogers is the undisputed #1 high schooler in the country at 182 lbs. However, #3 at 170 Lenny Pinto is bumping up to take him on at Who’s #1. The two split the two times they wrestled in folkstyle in 2018/2019.

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Manny Rivera Steps Down As CSU Bakersfield Head Coach

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Press release from CSU Bakersfield

The Land Of Hidden Gems: Wrestling Is On The Rise In New England

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When you think of New England, you might think about Maine lobsters, Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts-based sports dynasties, and Rhode Island beach towns. But there is one more thing you should probably add to that list: wrestling.

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Nathan Tomasello's Greatest Hits: Remembering The Buckeye's Stellar Career

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“Nate was a true gladiator.”

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FRL 554 - Thoughts On U23/Junior World Team Trials, METCALF Ep. 1

554. Thoughts On METCALF Ep. 1

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On episode 554 of FRL, the boys share their thoughts on METCALF Ep. 1, the announcement of U23 Nationals and Junior World Team Trials, and more.

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Ethen Miller Flips From Missouri To Maryland

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Maryland earned their fourth top-100 commitment in the class of 2021 on Tuesday night when #28 Ethan Miller flipped from his home state Missouri Tigers to the Terrapins. 

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Ryan Crookham Out Of Who's #1 Due To Injury

92. New High School And Domestic Rankings

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Yet another injury will deprive wrestling fans of a match at Who's #1. Ryan Crookham, who was slated to take on Nic Bouzakis at 132 lbs, has unfortunately suffered an injury and will not be able to recover in time to wrestle October 3rd.