The show where 2 idiots talk about NCAA, Big Ten, and international wrestling. We give a lot of information and insight while doing it in an unprofessional manner. Thanks for listening and sharing! Check us out at Bloodround.com
This week we recap some of the wrestling from the weekend. We also talk through some of the weight classes and their implications for seeding in the B1G and elsewhere to this point. We also cover our name and how lucky we were to get it. Two guys one singlet was already taken. Rock On!
Bloodround #453 with Hofstra head coach Dennis Papadatos
This week Tommy and Kevin talk through some of the officiating controversy and the hopeful statement from the head of officiating. We also discuss some of the results and exciting matches that included successful takedowns.
We also have the chance to speak with Hoftra's Head Coach, Dennis Papadatos, on his ten years with his alma mater as their head coach, his story competing, and how he developed into the coach and team he has today.
We wrap up with a breakdown of Wyoming wrestling's recent action, and a quick parent corner. Rock On!
This week Tommy and Kevin talk through some of the higher profile matches from the weekend. We reference the young stud Meyer Shapiro, we talk through the goings on at 165, and we discuss the mission that Parker Keckeisen is on. We also talk about the differences between this years Vito, and last years F you mode Vito. Tommy reminds us of the Freestyle fun this weekend, RBY wrestling for Mexico, and we update you on Wyoming wrestling and their three dual win streak. Rock On!
This week we talk through some of the big names we won't see in College Wrestling this season. We also get into some of the wild weights this season, and some theories of intentional losses to avoid being ranked #1 at 125. We also discuss the ups and downs at 157 and the craziness at 133. Lastly, we break down the Michigan v Ohio State dual match by match. Rock On!!!
Episode #450 with Chris Ayres
This week we also speak with Chris Ayres of Stanford University. We talk through his transition from Princeton to Stanford, the coaching carousel of the summer, and how things came to be. He also discusses his philosophy and how he went from not placing from High School to being the wins leader at Lehigh at one point, and the eventual coaching philosophies that developed. Then he talks with us about the program and what he's learned about the team and area since taking over. There's also some partial breaking news near the end. Rock on!
Bloodround #449 w Ashley Flavin
This week we talk with Ashley Flavin, Head Coach of Life University Women's Wrestling about their recent dual championship. We also cover the family that is Life University Women's wrestling. We also talk about some of her successes and how it will impact the sport moving forward. Also, their upcoming trip to Iowa to compete with the Hawkeyes. Tons of fun! Rock On!
Great content and two very likable hosts who bridge wrestling and other topics very competently. Gotta add it as a part of your wrestling digest!
Great wrestling podcast. Good mix of content and “humor”
First 10 minutes are rough
I first have to say thanks for putting out wrestling content. It’s hard to come by. But the first 10 minutes of every episode I have listened to are pretty brutal with all the personal chatter and bad jokes. Once you start talking wrestling, things get better.