Gabriel Tagg Verbals To North Carolina

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Gabe Tagg has announced his decision to verbally commit to North Carolina. The No. 14 ranked 120 pounder projects as a 125 or 133 for the Tar Heels. [tweet url="https://twitter.com/gabrieltagg/status/887090335079428096" hide_media="0" hide_thread="1"]
The Ironman champ and Beast of the East runner-up is one of the top juniors in the country. He is 34th on the Class of 2019 big board, one of eight from Ohio in a very strong junior class for that state.

Tagg is the first Top-50 commit for head coach Coleman Scott and his UNC staff in the class of 2019. A state runner-up as a freshman and third place this year in big school Ohio for Brecksville, he would be working with Olympic bronze medalist Scott and two-time world teamer Tony Ramos.

Watch him win Ironman below.


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Final X Series To Provide Additional Funds For Athletes

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By Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling

The Final X Series, which will feature events in three cities in June and determine the 2018 U.S. senior world team in men’s and women’s freestyle wrestling, will provide an additional major benefit to the wrestling community beyond an exciting new way to promote the top wrestling stars in the nation.

FRL 260 - Gross Called Bono About Bump, tOSU/Iowa + Final X

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FRL 260 welcomes Chris Bono to discuss Seth Gross bumping up for Bryce Meredith, the Final X plan, and tOSU vs. Iowa

Tech Notes: Bryce Meredith vs. Seth Gross

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By all accounts, an epic showdown is expected to take place in tonight's dual between Wyoming and South Dakota State, as the #1-ranked 133-pounder in the country, Seth Gross, bumps up to his old weight class to face top-ranked Bryce Meredith at 141lb in Brookings, SD.

What 2 Watch 4: 16 Duals On Flo NBD

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I hope you didn't make any plans this weekend, because Flo will be streaming 16 duals onto your platform of choice. You can even watch these duals on television if you so desire. Wrestling and big screens do go so well together. 

UWW Releases USA And Russia Rosters For Yarygin 2018

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United World Wrestling has released some preliminary rosters for one of the world's most prestigious tournaments.

Throw Rankings Out The Window When Piccininni And Moisey Wrestle

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West Virginia is putting its two-meet winning streak in Big 12 duals to the test against #6 Oklahoma State in Stillwater, OK, this Friday evening. The contest could feature two top 20 matchups, with the most explosive match potentially coming from the lightest weight class. 

Is Iowa Now Fielding A Lineup With Seven All-Americans?

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Perhaps no team has shifted the outside world’s opinion this year as much as the Iowa Hawkeyes. If nothing else, they have made us realize just how high their ceiling is in 2018.

T-Row & Funky Episode 94: Attacking Is Good

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Tommy & Ben discuss the advantages of being aggressive along with recapping some recent NCAA action!

Penn State's Six Most Important Matches Of The Weekend

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Another weekend of excellent Big Ten duals are on deck for this weekend, and we'll see #2 Penn State in action twice. Both the Nittany Lions' Friday match against Purdue and Sunday match at Maryland are streaming live on Flo.

DI Stock Report: Bonanza For The Bull

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We've transitioned from the topsy-turvy holiday tournaments to the heart of the NCAA dual meet season. The top 20 wasn't as volatile as a week before, but there was still a decent amount of movement this week. Read on to see who raised or lowered their status in our DI Stock Report.