#1 Seth Gross vs. #1 Bryce Meredith Possible At Wyoming/SDSU Dual

Right now it's all talk on social media, but could we see #1 Seth Gross take on #1 Bryce Meredith this week?

Wyoming is making a trip to Brookings, SD, on Thursday to face South Dakota State in a huge Big 12 dual meet live on FloWrestling at 7 PM CT. And in the midst of the dual is the potential for a matchup of two #1-ranked wrestlers in the 133-pound Gross, an SDSU junior, and the 141-pound Meredith, a UW senior.

Meredith was the first to broach the subject of matching up with Gross in a Twitter post on Monday.

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Before Gross made the move down to 133 pounds, he and Meredith split matches at 141 in 2016. First, Meredith edged Gross 5-4 in his home gym [watch Meredith defeat Gross here]. Then Gross claimed some revenge with an 8-3 win in the semifinals of the Big 12 tournament.

Watch Gross defeat Meredith at 2016 Big 12s.

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It's been a while since they met, and they both have showed incredible improvement. Should it happen, expect this one to have great scrambling and a great deal of action from both guys. If Jackrabbits coach Chris Bono decides not to move Gross up to 141 to face Meredith, Gross would take on #5 Montorie Bridges at 133. 


Also, another big matchup could go down at 157 between #10 Luke Zilverberg and #12 Archie Colgan. You can catch all this Big 12 dual meet action live on FloWrestling at 7 PM CT.

Wyoming vs. SDSU Projected Lineups

125: Drake Foster (Wyoming) vs. Connor Brown (South Dakota St.)

133: #5 Montorie Bridges (Wyoming) vs. #1 Seth Gross (South Dakota St.)

141: #1 Bryce Meredith (Wyoming) vs. Henry Pohlmeyer (South Dakota St.) 

149: #19 Sam Turner (Wyoming) vs. Colten Carlson (South Dakota St.)

157: #12 Archie Colgan (Wyoming) vs. #10 Luke Zilverberg (South Dakota St.)

165: Branson Ashworth (Wyoming) vs. Logan Peterson (South Dakota St.)

174: Kyle Pope (Wyoming) vs. #9 David Kocer (South Dakota St.)

184: Chaz Polson (Wyoming) vs. Martin Mueller (South Dakota St.)

197: Cody Vigoren (Wyoming) vs. #11 Nate Rotert (South Dakota St.)

285: Sam Eagan (Wyoming) vs. Alex Macki (South Dakota St.)

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Just over a month after transferring from Ohio State, the #1 recruit in the class of 2019, Greg Kerkvliet, has announced he will be transferring to Penn State.