Some Great Duals Live Sunday!

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It's a pretty SUPER day I'll say!  We've got SIX duals live today including a doozy between Spencer Lee and Sebastian Rivera.  Spencer Lee is coming off a tech fall win over Ethan Lizak, and now will face Rivera EARLY this morning (10 AM!?)

Northwestern at #3 Iowa
Date: Feb. 4 | Time: 10 AM CT | Where: Iowa City, IA
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

A young and scrappy Northwestern squad invades the always hostile Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Projected Lineups
125: #11 Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern) vs. #3 Spencer Lee (Iowa)
133: Colin Valdiviez (Northwestern) vs. Paul Glynn (Iowa)
141: Alec McKenna (Northwestern) vs. Vince Turk (Iowa)
149: #9 Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) vs. #2 Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
157: Shayne Oster (Northwestern) vs. #2 Michael Kemerer (Iowa)
165: Michael Sepke (Northwestern) vs. #4 Alex Marinelli (Iowa)
174: #17 Johnny Sebastian (Northwestern) vs. Kaleb Young (Iowa)
184: Mitch Sliga (Northwestern) vs. #20 Mitch Bowman (Iowa)
197: Zack Chakonis (Northwestern) vs. #8 Cash Wilcke (Iowa)
285: #16 Conan Jennings (Northwestern) vs. #3 Sam Stoll (Iowa)


#12 Rutgers at #13 Illinois
Date: Feb. 4 | Time: 1 PM CT | Where: Champaign, IL
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Rutgers completes a tough weekend road trip to the Land of Lincoln with a conference showdown against the Fighting Illini.

Projected Lineups
125: #1 Nick Suriano (Rutgers) vs. #19 Travis Piotrowski (Illinois)
133: #16 Scott Delvecchio (Rutgers) vs. Dylan Duncan (Illinois)
141: Mike Van Brill (Rutgers) vs. #12 Mike Carr (Illinois)
149: #12 Eleazar DeLuca (Rutgers) vs. Eric Barone (Illinois)
157: #15 John Van Brill (Rutgers) vs. Kyle Lagenderfer (Illinois)
165: #11 Richie Lewis (Rutgers) vs. #2 Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)
174: Joe Grello (Rutgers) vs. David Riojas (Illinois)
184: #13 Nick Gravina (Rutgers) vs. #6 Emery Parker (Illinois)
197: Kevin Mulligan (Rutgers) vs. Andre Lee (Illinois)
285: Razohnn Gross (Rutgers) vs. Deuce Rachal (Illinois)


Oklahoma at #11 Wyoming
Date: Feb. 4 | Time: 2 PM CT | Where: Laramie, WY
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Wyoming looks to continue its impressive season as traditional power Oklahoma comes to Laramie.

Projected Lineups
125: #17 Christian Moody (Oklahoma) vs. Drake Foster (Wyoming)
133: Jacob Rubio (Oklahoma) vs. #5 Montorie Bridges (Wyoming)
141: Mike Longo (Oklahoma) vs. #1 Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)
149: Davion Jeffries (Oklahoma) vs. Sam Turner (Wyoming)
157: Justin Thomas (Oklahoma) vs. #10 Archie Colgan (Wyoming)
165: Dawaylon Barnes (Oklahoma) vs. #13 Branson Ashworth (Wyoming)
174: #13 Yoanse Mejias (Oklahoma) vs. Kyle Pope (Wyoming)
184: Matthew Waddell (Oklahoma) vs. Dewey Krueger (Wyoming)
197: Andrew Dixon (Oklahoma) vs. Luke Paine (Wyoming)
285: Connor Webb (Oklahoma) vs. Sam Eagan (Wyoming)


Iowa State at #15 South Dakota State
Date: Feb. 4 | Time: 1 PM CT | Where: Brookings, SD
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

South Dakota State head coach Chris Bono welcomes his alma mater to Frost Arena.

Projected Lineups
125: Sinjin Briggs (Iowa State) vs. #20 Conner Brown (SDSU)
133: Markus Simmons (Iowa State) vs. #1 Seth Gross (SDSU)
141: #15 Ian Parker (Iowa State) vs. Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU)
149: Jarrett Degen (Iowa State) vs. Colten Carlson (SDSU)
157: Chase Straw (Iowa State) vs. #16 Luke Zilverberg (SDSU)
165: Brady Jennings (Iowa State) vs. Logan Peterson (SDSU)
174: Hank Swalla (Iowa State) vs. #14 David Kocer (SDSU)
184: Dane Pestano (Iowa State) vs. Martin Mueller (SDSU)
197: Sam Colbray (Iowa State) vs. #11 Nate Rotert (SDSU)
285: Marcus Harrington (Iowa State) vs. Alex Macki (SDSU)


#17 Nebraska at Michigan State
Date: Feb. 4  | Time: Noon CT | Where: East Lansing, MI
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Michigan State faces off against another ranked opponent in East Lansing and looks to pick up a top 20 win over Nebraska.

Projected Lineups
125: Mitchell Maginnis (Nebraska) vs. Rayvon Foley (Michigan State)
133: #15 Jason Renteria (Nebraska) vs. Nathan Ellis (Michigan State)
141: #14 Chad Red (Nebraska) vs. Javier Gasca (Michigan State)
149: #11 Colton McCrystal (Nebraska) vs. Jwan Britton (Michigan State)
157: #8 Tyler Berger (Nebraska) vs. Jake Tucker (Michigan State)
165: #12 Isaiah White (Nebraska) vs. Austin Hiles (Michigan State)
174: Beau Breske (Nebraska) vs. Logan Ritchie (Michigan State)
184: #7 Taylor Venz (Nebraska) vs. Shwan Shadaia (Michigan State)
197: Eric Schultz (Nebraska) vs. Nick May (Michigan State)
285: David Jensen (Nebraska) vs. Christian Rebottaro (Michigan State)


Purdue at Indiana
Date: Feb. 4 | Time: Noon CT | Where: Bloomington, IN
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

In-state rivals Purdue and Indiana square off in a Big Ten battle.

Projected Lineups
125: #15 Luke Welch (Purdue) vs. Elijah Oliver (Indiana)
133: Ben Thornton (Purdue) vs. Garrett Pepple (Indiana)
141: #17 Nate Limmex (Purdue) vs. #13 Cole Weaver (Indiana)
149: Austin Nash (Purdue) vs. A.J. Raya (Indiana)
157: Cole Wysocki (Purdue) vs. Austin Holmes (Indiana)
165: #18 Jacob Morrissey (Purdue) vs. Dillon Hoey (Indiana)
174: #9 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) vs. #18 Devin Skatzka (Indiana)
184: Jon Morales (Purdue) vs. Norman Conley (Indiana)
197: Christian Brunner (Purdue) vs. Jake Kleimola (Indiana)
285: #17 Shawn Streck (Purdue) vs. Fletcher Miller (Indiana)

Match Notes: #2 Ohio State Dominates #6 NC State

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Closing out the dual meet season, #2 Ohio State will face #6 North Carolina State. Eight of the ten matches in today dual will feature a ranked vs ranked matchup. 

Time For A Decision At 197: Anthony Cassar Or Shakur Rasheed

Richard Immel Cael Sanderson

It's the final weekend of the season, and we still don't know who Penn State's 197-pound entrant will be for the Big Ten championships. But now is the time for PSU coach Cael Sanderson and his staff to decide, will it be Anthony Cassar or Shakur Rasheed?

What 2 Watch 4: This Is The End

Richard Immel Nathan Tomasello eyes

We've reached the final weekend of dual meets wrestling fans! Here is your last chance to watch ranked competitors wrestle each other before the conference tournament. 

Projecting The 184 Seeds For The 2018 NCAA Tournament

Tony Rotundo Bo Nickal

The final weekend of the season is upon us, which means it's about time to wrap up our seed projections. Coming to the upperweights, the 184 pound seeds appear pretty clear, but there is a ton of possibility for volatility in the conference tournaments.

Jakobsen Or Weiler? Lehigh's Question At 197

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Rightfully so, #1 Penn State’s 197-pound questions have been one of the major headlines of the season. 

Haselrig Hex: No Three-Timers At Heavyweight Since 1989

John Sachs Gwiz

Carlton Haselrig is one of the greatest NCAA wrestlers of all time and is also the last man to ever win three Division I titles at heavyweight.

Super-Dual Breakdown: #2 Ohio State At #6 North Carolina State

Richard Immel/Josh Conklin Campbell Hidlay

Ohio State concludes its brutal final stretch of dual meets by traveling to Tobacco Road to take on North Carolina State this Sunday in Raleigh, NC. There could be as many as eight matches between top 20 wrestlers. 

Who's Coming To National Collegiate Open?

Matt Shuck Vito Arujau

National Collegiate Open has provided some memorable moments over the years as a postseason championship for Division I athletes who didn't wrestle in their schools' national qualifying tournaments.

Register For First-Ever FloNational Youth Duals

Chris Mora | Tech-Fall.com Youth

The first-ever FloNational Youth Duals take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on March 3-4. 

FRL 268 - PSU's 197 Decision Is Coming Soon + Who's A Title Contender?

Richard Immel Anthony Cassar

FRL 268 discusses Penn State’s difficult decision at 197, who the title contenders are for NCAA’s and a preview of this weekend's action.