5 Studs To Watch Pop And Flo National Duals

Matt Shuck Jacori Teemer

The Journeymen Pop And Flo National Duals is this weekend and as usual there will be a host of talented east coast athletes competing. Check out some of the nationally ranked studs that are confirmed to wrestle in Lake Placid this weekend.

#1 Louie Deprez

One of the strongest pound for pound wrestlers in the country is an absolute hammer on top. Most of Deprez's takedowns come from his opponents caving in to a ferocious hand fighting pace.

#1 Vito Arujau

I love watch Vito Arujau not just because he's a Cadet World Medalist, but because he has two very distinctly different speeds. He has a European speed in which he lulls his opponent to sleep and then explodes and then he has his American speed and that's when things get violent.

#5 Nick Raimo

Nick Raimo has some of the best short offense in the country and can score 20 different ways with out touching your legs. Don't look away on the edge, he's got some monster throws when he forces the guy to push back towards the center circle.

#9 Jacori Teemer

I have no idea why anyone would consider shooting on Jacori Teemer, his leg attack defense is on a different level. Jacori also has an ability to smell blood in the water better than most high school kids, transitioning from the aforementioned defense right to a fall.

Greg Diakomihalis

Greg D is one of the more enjoyable kid to watch in this country, especially in folkstyle. He can scramble with the best of them.

Tyler Barnes

Barnes has a quick little go behind to either side. Which can make things interesting if he's up around Louie Deprez's weight.

Did They Accidentally Announce Spencer Lee's Iowa Debut?


Iowa wrestling has been doing their "move of the week" on twitter, and they may have hinted at a massive move being made early in the season.

Top 12 Upsets From Week 3

Juan Garcia Anthony Cassar

Take a look at the 12 best upsets from week three of the Division I college wrestling season.

FRL 246 - Iowa Has A Huge Decision To Make


FRL 246 discusses the last week in DI wrestling, what Iowa should do with its lineup, and thoughts on SDSU and Minnesota as well as the match of the year.

Fresno State Wrestling Makes Its Return


NCAA wrestling is back in California’s Central Valley. The Fresno State Bulldogs made their triumphant return to their home wrestling mats last Friday after 11 long years in exile.

#1 Travis Wittlake Opens Up About Changing His Commitment

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“Something just didn’t feel right on my visit.” 

Ohio State Hosting Kent State & Cleveland State In Thanksgiving Throwdown

Tony Rotundo Micah Jordan

Second-ranked Ohio State hosts Kent State and Cleveland State in the Thanksgiving Throwdown at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday. The tri-meet gets started at 7 PM ET LIVE on FloWrestling.Here is the format:

Olympic Champ Khinchegashvili Loses Twice In One Day

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Olympic gold medalist Vladimer Khinchegashvili was one of a few stars competing this weekend in Russia, but he had a day he'd like to soon forget.

FloWrestler Of The Week: Jacob Warner, Iowa

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Iowa's Jacob Warner spurned the freshman-sophomore division for the open bracket at the Lindenwood Open and impressively navigated his way through four matches to win the tournament title in St. Charles, MO, on Saturday.

Keystone Classic Seeds Released

Tony Rotundo Mark Hall 2017

The 2017 Keystone Classic is going to be lit. Over a dozen ranked wrestlers are headed to the Palestra in Philly on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. The Nittany Lions of Penn State headline the event by snagging eight No. 1 seeds. Check out the full list below.

5 Crucial Keystone Contests

Austin Bernard Matt McCutcheon

Hundreds of NCAA wrestlers, including 17 ranked in the top 20, are headed to the historic Palestra on UPenn's campus in Philadelphia for the 2017 Keystone Classic on Sunday.