Keystone Classic Seeds Released

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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.

Keystone Classic
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 | Time: 9 AM CT | Where: Philadelphia, PA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

1Sebastian RiveraNorthwestern125
2Gerald WertRider125
3Zack FuentesDrexel125
4Thayer AtkinsDuke125
5Tanner ShoapDrexel125
6Jonathan TropeaRider125
7Nolan HellicksonHarvard125
8Dan PlantaPenn125
1Corey KeenerPenn State133
2Noah GonserEastern Michigan133
3Anthony CefoloRider133
4Dan MartoccioFranklin & Marshall133
5Austin DeSantoDrexel133
6Armando TorresEastern Michigan133
7Dom GiannangeliPenn State133
1Tyson DipperyRider141
2Jered CortezPenn State141
3A.J. JaffeHarvard141
4Irvin EnriquezApp State141
5Alec McKennaNorthwestern141
6Jake LizakPenn141
1Zain RetherfordPenn State149
2Ryan DeakinNorthwestern149
3Hunter LadnierHarvard149
4Kyle SpringerEastern Michigan149
5Gary DinmoreRider149
6Joe OlivaPenn149
7Gavin LondoffApp State149
1Jason NolfPenn State157
2Bryant ClagonRider157
3Jon ErricoPenn157
4Shayne OsterNorthwestern157
5Paul KleeSacred Heart157
6Evan BarczakDrexel157
1Vincenzo JosephPenn State165
2Chad WalshRider165
3Maaziah BetheaPenn165
4Ebed JarrellDrexel165
1Mark HallPenn State174
2Josef JohnsonHarvard174
3Forrest PrzybyszApp State174
4Johnny SebastianNorthwestern174
5Austin RoseDrexel174
6Dean SherryRider174
7Wayne StinsonRider174
1Bo NickalPenn State184
2Mitch SligaNorthwestern184
3Michale Fagg-DavesRider184
4Josh MurphyDrexel184
5Taylor JacksonApp State184
6Devon Van CuraPenn State184
1Matt McCutcheonPenn State197
2Frank MattiacePenn197
3Stephen LoiseauDrexel197
4Shakur RasheedPenn State197
5Anthony CassarPenn State197
6Alec SchenkDuke197
7Randall DiabeApp State197
8Ethan LairdRider197
1Nick NevillsPenn State285
2Jacob KasperDuke285
3Conan JenningsNorthwestern285
4Gage HutchisonEastern Michigan285
5Mauro CorrentiRider285
6Antonio PelusiFranklin & Marshall285
7Patrik GarrenPenn285
8Cary MillerApp State285

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Rutgers will be adding a Fargo champ to their roster in the next couple years. Robert Kanniard has verbally committed to wrestle for the Scarlet Knights in college.

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FRL 275 discusses the 2018 NCAA wrestling tournament, Penn State's title, and more.

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Eastern Michigan University press release

YPSILANTI, MI — Eastern Michigan University announced today that it will reduce its intercollegiate athletic program by four sports, effective at the end of the 2018 spring season. The action is being taken as part of the university's overall budget restructuring efforts. Affected by the decision are the sports of softball, men's swimming and diving, women's tennis, and wrestling. With the change, EMU, which previously led the MAC with 21 sports, will now have 17 sports (seven men's sports and 10 women's sports). This action in no way impacts Eastern's affiliation with the Mid-American Conference (MAC).

Hodge Trophy: Gross, Nickal, Retherford, & Valencia Announced As Finalists

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The four finalists have been named for the 2018 Hodge Trophy: Zain Retherford of Penn State, Zahid Valencia of Arizona State, Bo Nickal of Penn State, and Seth Gross of South Dakota State.

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Another heart-pumping NCAA tournament is in the books after a long season of incredible moments.