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Mar 24, Kyle Bratke. Live This Week On Flo: The speculation that the Nittany Lions could break the team scoring record began well before they even hit the mat in St.
Louis for the championships. After a lot of analysis, I am not nearly as confident. The Hawkeyes put up points in , but there does need to be a little asterisk placed in here. In , the placement values changed to the current values. There has also been several bonus-point changes through the course of history, but for argument's sake we are recognizing the Hawkeyes as the current record-holder. The Nittany Lions scored In the point total, Penn State scored If the Nittany Lions are to take the team scoring record, they will need to match this bonus rate.
The Nittany Lions will have a slight margin of error if they are able to bonus at the same rate. Projections The following table breaks down what a possible scoring breakdown could be for an NCAA record performance by the Nittany Lions. Coming into the season, Jered Cortez looked to be a low All-American contender, and injury kept him out of the lineup after December.
He seems to be the guy that needs to be in the lineup if this is to come together. I believe Nick Lee will be the guy taking the mat in Cleveland. The potential is there, and for the record to fall it needs to be realized. This is one of the weight classes that extra points could come from if one of the returning national champions fails to match their point total.
The bad news is it is almost impossible for the Nittany Lions to pick up any extra points from the weight class in Status quo for Zain at 28 points. He scored 27 out of a possible 30 points at the championships.
Twenty-seven points for Nolf. I decided not to lower point totals for this optimistic view, so I have 'Cenzo pencilled in for He isn't nearly as unlikely to match his point total as Joseph, but it is another weight class that it will be tough to match the point total.
He scored three falls and a technical fall en route to the championship showdown with Gabe Dean. Next year looks to be a lock for a similar performance.