Army came into Philly tonight and came out ready to compete hard for 7 minutes. They caught a young nicked up Drexel team flat footed and kept their foot on the gas pedal for the entire dual. Drexel lost a team point after the SV stalling point for Caywood at 197. Next up for Army, […]
The U Penn wrestling team bounced back from a close loss to Rider on Friday night to smack down the Terps at the Palestra on Sunday afternoon. The “new look” Penn team started 6 freshmen in new uniforms to win 8 of the 10 matches. While Maryland doesn’t bring a bunch of ranked wrestlers […]
The Princeton Tigers bussed into the Lehigh Valley tonight with high hopes after a tough road trip through the Midwest. They faced off against an injured Mountainhawk team and won a dual for the first time in my lifetime in the snake pit. I’m not even sure that the administration at Princeton knows that they […]
If you weren’t in Lawrenceville New Jersey last night you missed a crazy early season match between to relatively new foes. Penn drew for a random weight class start and Jake Hendriz at 174 opened the match with a win. Then Rider cruised out to a 7-point lead before Penn had two falls to put […]
Still working on the audio quality. It will get better.
I wonder if ESPN will figure out that progressive democratic and socialist politics don’t mix well with sports broadcasting. Disney announced in its yearly 10K filing that ESPN lost another two million subscribers in fiscal year 2018. ESPN has lost more than 14% of its audience in the last 8 years. ESPN now has 86 […]
Penn State came into Philadelphia ranked a clear #1 in the country and showed a partisan and seemingly larger crowd than last year. They are so enjoyable to watch with a wide-open style that it makes even the casual observer a fan. PSU lost only one match in what might be considered an upset, 3rdplace […]
Response to a Comment from Age of Enlightenment or Avoidance Great post Mike. I love the things you talk about here and the only question I have is what mirror do we use to look at ourselves (& more importantly our kids) when trying to evaluate our shared process. Every coach has different advice & […]
I talked with Aaron Brooks a few hours ago. Here is our conversation. Right after we talked he signed a NLI to attend PSU.
Starting off an article by telling you that I’m a child of the enlightenment won’t win over any new readers, but if you’re a regular you won’t be surprised by my thought process. Let me explain. If you have a goal and a current assessment based on evidence, reason will generally give you the straightest […]