Top 12 Upsets From Week 3

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

12) No. 16 Isaiah White, Nebraska over No. 11 Branson Ashworth, Wyoming — 165lb

Young Walter White continues to slowly work his way up the rankings.

11) Gage Hutchison, EMU over No. 10 Conan Jennings, Northwestern — 285lb

Conan the Barbarian was brought down to earth at the Keystone Classic.

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285lb (3rd place): Conan Jennings, Northwestern vs Gage Hutchison, EMU


10) Alex Madrigal, Cole Weaver over No. 9 Tyler Smith, Bucknell — 141lb

Remember when we said 141 was going to be a meatgrinder?

9) BC Laprade, Virginia Tech over No. 12 Colin Heffernan, Central Michigan — 157lb

The redshirt freshman knocks off one of CMU's senior leaders.

8) Cornell over No. 12 UNI

Given the youth of Cornell's roster, the Big Red have a ton of room to grow this season. That doesn't mean we expected them to beat the Panthers 30-10. Included in that were wins by No. 20 Yianni Diakomihalis over No. 12 Josh Alber at 141 and No. 17 Max Dean over No. 4 Drew Foster at 184. I should also mention No. 9 Taylor Lujan of UNI upset Cornell All-American Brandon Womack at 174.

7) No. 17 Michael Longo, Kaden Gfeller over No. 13 Kanen Storr — 141lb

Remember when we said 141 was going to be a meat-grinder this season, continued?

6) No. 7 Lehigh beats No. 3 Michigan 28-7

Lehigh's win itself wasn't mind-boggling — it was the totality of the victory. Sure, Michigan didn't have Stevan Micic, but the Mountain Hawks still got upsets at 157 (No. 19 Ian Brown over No. 9 Alec Pantaleo), 174 (No. 6 Jordan Kutler over No. 4 Myles Amine), and 184 (No. 7 Ryan Preisch over No. 5 Dom Abounader). Is Michigan worse than we thought? Is Lehigh even better or was it just a November dual that means nothing?

5) Anthony Cassar over No. 4 Matt McCutcheon, No. 12 Frank Mattiace — 197lb

I think it's safe to say Cassar has taken control of the 197-pound spot at Penn State.

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197lb Semifinal: Matt McCutcheon, Penn St. vs Anthony Cassar, Penn St.


4) Eric Clarke, Iowa Central over No. 7 Bryan Lantry, Buffalo — 141lb

Up a weight, a guy ranked to be an All-American still lost to a junior college wrestler.

3) Christian Moody, Oklahoma over No. 12 Zeke Moisey, West Virginia — 125lb

The long, strange fall for the former NCAA finalist continues.

2) Brandon Cray, Maryland over No. 9 Connor Schram, Stanford — 125lb

The crayfish gets his first victim of the year, former All-American Connor Schram.

1) Jacob Warner, Iowa over No. 3 Willie Miklus, Missouri — 197lb

This was a no-brainer for the top upset and led to Warner being our wrestler of the week. Iowa has good problems on its hands about some freshmen who might want their redshirts pulled.

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197 f, Jacob Warner, Iowa vs Willie Miklus, Missouri.mp4


Complete Budapest 2018 World Championship Entries

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Five Reasons You Can't Miss Ohio State's Wrestle Offs

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Russia and the Soviet Union have claimed 33 of the past 44 world championships in men's freestyle. The United States has won just three in that same time span.

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Live This Week: October 18-20, 2018

Wrestling season kicked off two weekends ago with Who's #1 and the Journeymen Fall Classic, but weekend it really hits its this weekend and doesn't slow down until the spring.

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Worlds Betting Guide: Upperweights

The World Championships are almost here. We've had to wait extra long as the biggest tournament of the year comes to us in mid-October. But now it's time.

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World Championships Preview: 97 Kilograms

97kg Match Kyle Snyder (USA) vs. Javier Cortina (CUBA)

Snyder vs Sadulaev Part II. Captain America vs the Dagastani Destroyer. One, handy with the lawn mower; the other, an expert with the plow. These are humble, salt of the earth people, but also the baddest men on the planet. 

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World Championships Preview: 70 Kilograms

70 Semis - James Green, TMWC vs Jason Nolf, Nittany Lion Wrestling Club

Two 70 kg world champions are back to try claim a second yellow medal at the premier annual event in the wrestling world. American James Green has a pair of World Championship medals at 70 kg to his name. Is this the year he trades in bronze and silver for gold? 

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World Championships Preview: 92 Kilograms

86 kg J'den Cox, USA vs Meisam Mostafajoukar, Iran

92 kg is one of the two new weights added to the slate of competition. With 79 and 92 kg included in this year's freestyle tournament, the World Championships will have ten brackets for the first time since 1995.

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World Championships Preview: 86 Kilograms

86 kg Semis - David Taylor, NLWC vs Timothy Dudley, Sunkist Kids WC

Over the last two years, the Magic Man has proven himself to be world class. His hit list of wins over Olympic and World champs and other contenders is as impressive as it comes. Now, finally on his first every world team, Taylor will try and complete his quest for international glory.

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