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Ask the Skip! Brian Reinhardt fields questions from fans to ask to head wrestling coach Pat Popolizio. It's #AskTheSkip, but first we find out how Popolizio started picking up the nickname.
5:00 – Discussion about the football redshirt rules and how it could impact wrestling in the future.
7:10 – What is your go to order at Cup A Joe's?
7:38 – What would your walkout music have been at the NCAA finals?
8:30 – Moe's or Chipotle?
9:22 – Does the ACC need to add two more teams?
10:48 – Does the ACC have contracts with certain refs? And does anyone know what stalling is anymore?
13:30 – Flag or brick for video review?
14:00 – How different has it been bringing in a large freshman class?
16:48 – How have you seen the development and growth in high school wrestling in North Carolina?
18:50 – Can you explain how scholarships are used in wrestling, unlike how football is, which are all full rides?
20:45 – How are you able to get so many guys on the team and have enough room to practice?
23:50 – Who influenced your thought process in creating your coaching system?
25:45 – What makes a great assistant coach?
29:15 – During the summer, what can your athletes do and not do?
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