Iowa Set To Clash With Edinboro On February 18

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What a treat for Edinboro fans. Just two weeks after hosting No. 1 Oklahoma State, the Fighting Scots now get to welcome No. 3 Iowa to town on Saturday night at 6 CT. You can watch all of the action from McComb Fieldhouse LIVE on FloWrestling..

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The Hawkeyes are 7-0 against Edinboro all-time, and the last time the two squared off was also at McComb Fieldhouse in 2013. That matchup came down to the final bout with the Hawkeyes edging the host Scots 22-19. The closely fought dual gave us some amazing moments, including Edinboro's AJ Schopp upsetting then-No. 1 and unbeaten Tony Ramos and the Scots' Mitchell Port decking Pennsylvania native Josh Dziewa.

Edinboro gave top-ranked Oklahoma State everything it wanted a few weeks ago, and you can guarantee the Fighting Scots will do the same Saturday night in front of a hostile crowd.

Projected Lineups:
125: No. 1 Thomas Gilman (Iowa) vs. No. 9 Sean Russell (Edinboro)
133: No. 3 Cory Clark (Iowa) vs. No. 18 Korbin Myers (Edinboro)
141: No. 20 Topher Carton (Iowa) vs. Nate Hagan (Edinboro)
149: No. 3 Brandon Sorensen (Iowa) vs. No. 8 Pat Lugo (Edinboro)
157: No. 2 Michael Kemerer (Iowa) vs. Chase Delande (Edinboro)
165: No. 16 Joey Gunther (Iowa) vs. No. 9 Austin Matthews (Edinboro
174: No. 8 Alex Meyer (Iowa) vs Ty Schoffstall (Edinboro
184: No. 4 Sammy Brooks (Iowa) vs. No. 16 Dakota Geer (Edinboro)
197: Cash Wilcke (Iowa) vs. Dylan Reynolds (Edinboro)
285: Steven Holloway (Iowa) vs. No. 14 Billy Miller (Edinboro)


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