We have just two weights left to project the NCAA seeds for, and 197 is a complete mess. The only thing we know for sure is that people will be upset and everyone has some kind of case to be moved up or down.
It's the final weekend of the season, and we still don't know who Penn State's 197-pound entrant will be for the Big Ten championships. But now is the time for PSU coach Cael Sanderson and his staff to decide, will it be Anthony Cassar or Shakur Rasheed?
What 2 Watch 4: This Is The End
Feb 16, 2018Andrew Spey
We've reached the final weekend of dual meets wrestling fans! Here is your last chance to watch ranked competitors wrestle each other before the conference tournament.
Projecting The 184 Seeds For The 2018 NCAA Tournament
The final weekend of the season is upon us, which means it's about time to wrap up our seed projections. Coming to the upperweights, the 184 pound seeds appear pretty clear, but there is a ton of possibility for volatility in the conference tournaments.
Rightfully so, #1 Penn State’s 197-pound questions have been one of the major headlines of the season.
Haselrig Hex: No Three-Timers At Heavyweight Since 1989
Feb 15, 2018Wrestling Nomad
Carlton Haselrig is one of the greatest NCAA wrestlers of all time and is also the last man to ever win three Division I titles at heavyweight.
Super-Dual Breakdown: #2 Ohio State At #6 North Carolina State
Feb 15, 2018Andrew Spey
Richard Immel/Josh Conklin
Ohio State concludes its brutal final stretch of dual meets by traveling to Tobacco Road to take on North Carolina State this Sunday in Raleigh, NC. There could be as many as eight matches between top 20 wrestlers.