It has been called the ultimate goal of wrestling. It can end a match in seconds, regardless of the score. Those wrestlers who can consistently achieve it become legendary, while many have had their dreams dashed at its hands. We are, of course, talking about the fall. Whenever a discussion begins about great pinners, the faces of wrestling fans light up. There is no shortage of names, both well known and obscure, that will come up. There will always be debate over who was the most dangerous of them all. While that debate is largely subjective, one objective measure of pinning acumen that should be among the most hallowed record in college wrestling remains shrouded in controversy. Who is the all-time pin king at the top level of NCAA wrestling?