OSU vs Columbia/Hofstra

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Ohio State will take its 2-0 record on the road this weekend when the Buckeyes face Columbia and Hofstra Sunday in New York. Ohio State and the Lions start at 11 am in New York City followed by the Buckeyes at 4 p.m. in Hempstead, New York. The match with the Lions will be streamed on ESPN+ while YouTube will host the stream vs. Hofstra.

No. 6 OHIO STATE BUCKEYES VS. COLUMBIA LIONS
(InterMat rankings used)
125 - Brendan McCrone (R-Fr) vs. No. 21 Nick Babin (Sr.) or Sulayman Bah (Fr.)
133 - No. 16 Nic Bouzakis (R-Fr.) vs. No. 11 Angelo Rini (Sr.) or Yanni Vines (So.)
141 - Brandon Cannon (Fr.) vs .Kai Owen (So.) or Mason Clarke (Sr.)
149 - No. 5 Dylan D'Emilio (R-Sr.) vs. No. 19 Richard Fedalen (So.) or Kenny Duschek (Jr.)
157 - No. 17 Paddy Gallagher (R-So.) vs. .Jaden Le (Jr.) or David Berkovich (Sr.)
165 - No. 18 Bryce Hepner (R-Jr.) or Isaac Wilcox (Sr.) vs. Andy Garr (Sr.)
174 -No. 6 Carson Kharchla (R-Jr.) vs. Kyle Mosher (Sr.)/Garret Bilgrav (Sr.)
184 - Seth Shumate (R-Fr.) or No. 10 Gavin Hoffman (Gr.) vs. Aaron Ayzerov (Sr.)/Joe Curtis (Fr.)
197 - No. 14 Luke Geog (R-Fr.) vs. Jack Wehmeyer (So.) or Michael Baker (Sr.)
285 -No. 17 Nick Feldman (R-Fr.) vs. Nolan Neves (Fr.) or Vincent Mueller (Fr.)



No. 6 OHIO STATE BUCKEYES VS. HOFSTRA PRIDE
(InterMat rankings used)
125 - Brendan McCrone (R-Fr) vs. Dylan Ryder (Sr.)
133 - No. 16 Nic Bouzakis (R-Fr.) vs. Chase Liardi (R-So.)
141 - Brandon Cannon (Fr.) vs. Alex Turley (So.)
149 - No. 5 Dylan D'Emilio (R-Sr.) vs. Noah Tapia (Fr.)
157 - No. 16 Paddy Gallagher (R-So.) vs. Jurius Clark (So.)
165 - Isaac Wilcox (Sr.) or No. 18 Bryce Hepner (R-Jr.) vs. Joe McGinty (Sr.) or Eric Shindel (Jr.)
174 - No. 6 Carson Kharchla (R-Jr.) vs. Ross McFarland (R-Jr.)
184 - No. 10 Gavin Hoffman (Gr.) or Seth Shumate (R-Fr.) vs. Will Conlon (Fr.)
197 - No. 14 Luke Geog (R-Fr.) vs. Nikolas Miller (Jr.)
285 - No. 17 Nick Feldman (R-Fr.) vs. Keaton Kluever (Gr.)

Quite a few Ohio kids rostered here.

GO BUCKS!
 
 
I'm confused on the Buckeyes website where it says they dual Columbia at 11am in Levien Gymnasium (New York, New York) and then Hofstra at 4pm in Hempstead New York? 2 duals 30 miles apart in New York traffic seems odd.
 
I'm confused on the Buckeyes website where it says they dual Columbia at 11am in Levien Gymnasium (New York, New York) and then Hofstra at 4pm in Hempstead New York? 2 duals 30 miles apart in New York traffic seems odd.
Why? Seems pretty obvious. Wrestle at Columbia, get in van, go wrestle at Hofstra. I am sure its one weigh in. Hofstra prob weighs in at home at 11am. Maybe Hoftra dual starts a little late if traffic is bad.

Columbia dual won't take 2 hrs. If its 1.5 hrs, OSU gets to Hofstra by say 2:30, 3pm at the latest.
 
Why? Seems pretty obvious. Wrestle at Columbia, get in van, go wrestle at Hofstra. I am sure its one weigh in. Hofstra prob weighs in at home at 11am. Maybe Hoftra dual starts a little late if traffic is bad.

Columbia dual won't take 2 hrs. If its 1.5 hrs, OSU gets to Hofstra by say 2:30, 3pm at the latest.
From personal experience, traffic isn't terrible midday weekends. 40 minute drive or so.

Almost half of Columbia is former OH HS guys. Andy Garr, Michael Baker, Nolan Neves, and Angelo Rini all potentially facing their home state team.
 
From personal experience, traffic isn't terrible midday weekends. 40 minute drive or so.

Almost half of Columbia is former OH HS guys. Andy Garr, Michael Baker, Nolan Neves, and Angelo Rini all potentially facing their home state team.
Although not listed in the probable lineup, you also have Lennox Wolak for Columbia at 174 from Dublin Coffman. Had a nice upset victory in this dual last year over Ethan Smith.
 
From personal experience, traffic isn't terrible midday weekends. 40 minute drive or so.

Almost half of Columbia is former OH HS guys. Andy Garr, Michael Baker, Nolan Neves, and Angelo Rini all potentially facing their home state team.
Would of just been easier if 1 of the schools traveled to the other and they made it a tri-meet.
 
Ohio State will take its 2-0 record on the road this weekend when the Buckeyes face Columbia and Hofstra Sunday in New York. Ohio State and the Lions start at 11 am in New York City followed by the Buckeyes at 4 p.m. in Hempstead, New York. The match with the Lions will be streamed on ESPN+ while YouTube will host the stream vs. Hofstra.

No. 6 OHIO STATE BUCKEYES VS. COLUMBIA LIONS
(InterMat rankings used)
125 - Brendan McCrone (R-Fr) vs. No. 21 Nick Babin (Sr.) or Sulayman Bah (Fr.)
133 - No. 16 Nic Bouzakis (R-Fr.) vs. No. 11 Angelo Rini (Sr.) or Yanni Vines (So.)
141 - Brandon Cannon (Fr.) vs .Kai Owen (So.) or Mason Clarke (Sr.)
149 - No. 5 Dylan D'Emilio (R-Sr.) vs. No. 19 Richard Fedalen (So.) or Kenny Duschek (Jr.)
157 - No. 17 Paddy Gallagher (R-So.) vs. .Jaden Le (Jr.) or David Berkovich (Sr.)
165 - No. 18 Bryce Hepner (R-Jr.) or Isaac Wilcox (Sr.) vs. Andy Garr (Sr.)
174 -No. 6 Carson Kharchla (R-Jr.) vs. Kyle Mosher (Sr.)/Garret Bilgrav (Sr.)
184 - Seth Shumate (R-Fr.) or No. 10 Gavin Hoffman (Gr.) vs. Aaron Ayzerov (Sr.)/Joe Curtis (Fr.)
197 - No. 14 Luke Geog (R-Fr.) vs. Jack Wehmeyer (So.) or Michael Baker (Sr.)
285 -No. 17 Nick Feldman (R-Fr.) vs. Nolan Neves (Fr.) or Vincent Mueller (Fr.)



No. 6 OHIO STATE BUCKEYES VS. HOFSTRA PRIDE
(InterMat rankings used)
125 - Brendan McCrone (R-Fr) vs. Dylan Ryder (Sr.)
133 - No. 16 Nic Bouzakis (R-Fr.) vs. Chase Liardi (R-So.)
141 - Brandon Cannon (Fr.) vs. Alex Turley (So.)
149 - No. 5 Dylan D'Emilio (R-Sr.) vs. Noah Tapia (Fr.)
157 - No. 16 Paddy Gallagher (R-So.) vs. Jurius Clark (So.)
165 - Isaac Wilcox (Sr.) or No. 18 Bryce Hepner (R-Jr.) vs. Joe McGinty (Sr.) or Eric Shindel (Jr.)
174 - No. 6 Carson Kharchla (R-Jr.) vs. Ross McFarland (R-Jr.)
184 - No. 10 Gavin Hoffman (Gr.) or Seth Shumate (R-Fr.) vs. Will Conlon (Fr.)
197 - No. 14 Luke Geog (R-Fr.) vs. Nikolas Miller (Jr.)
285 - No. 17 Nick Feldman (R-Fr.) vs. Keaton Kluever (Gr.)

Quite a few Ohio kids rostered here.

GO BUCKS!
McCrone is ranked #32 in intermat ranking. Not sure if you only do to 25. It will be interesting to see what adjustments McCrone makes with Babin this time around. Believe it was 14-5 match at Clarion Open.
 
McCrone is ranked #32 in intermat ranking. Not sure if you only do to 25. It will be interesting to see what adjustments McCrone makes with Babin this time around. Believe it was 14-5 match at Clarion Open.
No slight to McCrone...(y)
 
Excited for the lower weights. Bouzakis needs a break out match to build confidence, has all of the tools to AA if he can put it together.
 
Hepner wins 18-2
Missed Kharch I guess...
Hoffman 19-4
Geog 18-1
Feldman 20-5
Broadcast is a trainwreck. The lady doing the play by play has been good, better than anyone B1G and ESPN+ has had so far. (y)
McCrone Fall
Bouzakis Fall
Cannon 17-2
D'Emilio 19-2
Paddy 22-5
 
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Vegas will be a big test. I can’t remember but can wrestlers compete unattached in this tournament
 
Edinboro is not good roster wise, Columbia punted the dual, and Hofstra I think has a limited roster. Ohio State is doing what a top ten ranked team in the country should against low end D1 teams, or lineups that reflect the lower end of D1.

CKLV will obviously be a much bigger barometer, and one where the lack of high end talent could prove to work out to the not so good in terms of the standings (i.e. is there a sure fire national semifinalist on this roster?)
 
Edinboro is not good roster wise, Columbia punted the dual, and Hofstra I think has a limited roster. Ohio State is doing what a top ten ranked team in the country should against low end D1 teams, or lineups that reflect the lower end of D1.

CKLV will obviously be a much bigger barometer, and one where the lack of high end talent could prove to work out to the not so good in terms of the standings (i.e. is there a sure fire national semifinalist on this roster?)
This is the most talented and deep team Ryan has had. Are they the best right now? No but I would expect them to be with another year or two.
 
With Hepner and Hoffman at 65 & 84, is this the lineup we are looking at for the Big 10 season? If so, looks really solid to me!
 
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