T-Row & Funky Episode 100: Conference Championships 2018

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Ben and Tommy celebrate Episode #100 by recapping last weekend's conference championships, including the Buckeye's strong Big Ten championship performance!


1:00 Episode 100!

4:00 FloZone recap

6:00 Tommy's son pumped for NCAA's

10:00 Conference weekend recap

13:00 Big Ten championships

17:00 Ohio State turning it on in March

21:00 NaTo takes 125 over Lee & Lizak

25:30 Micic over Pletcher at 133

27:00 McKenna wins the 141 bracket

28:00 Retherford over Sorensen at 149

31:00 Nolf & Kemmerer sixth at 157

34:00 Seeding issues

42:00 I-Mar wins #4 in exciting 165 bracket

45:30 Mark Hall takes 174

48:00 Bo Nickal wins 184 over MyMar

51:30 Moore gets redemption at 197

55:00 Riding time/stalling debate

1:02:00 Snyder beats Coon in HW thriller

1:05:00 AWA very successful this season

1:06:00 Thank you listeners! #100!

1:07:00 Defense Soap

FRL 275: NCAA Madness, Team Point Problems, And Looking Forward

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

Garbage Decision: EMU Dropping Wrestling


YPSILANTI, Mich. – Eastern Michigan University announced today, March 20, 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 Finalists Announced

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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.

Ranking, Seed, & Finish: How Season Ended For NCAA Qualifiers

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

Who's In Line For Wisconsin Job?

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The retirement of Barry Davis as head coach at Wisconsin opens up one of the most coveted positions in NCAA wrestling, and UW has left no stone unturned in its pursuit of filling the vacancy.

Four Events Live On FloWrestling This Weekend

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How do you follow up the NCAA Championships? With the NHSCA High School Nationals and Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic, of course.

Bloodround Heartache

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Losses are always tough to take. The most gut-wrenching losses come Friday night at the NCAA tournament. Years of hard work have allowed wrestlers to make the final twelve at the NCAA tournament. In each weight class four guys have to swallow the pill of being one match away from earning All American honors. It's a loss that sticks with guys, and a lot of them use the loss to fuel future success.

Joe McFarland Retiring From Michigan

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Courtesy of University of Michigan Athletics

NCAA Championships: FINALS Live Updates!

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Folks, we're down to one mat. Hard to believe that it'll all be over in a few hours. The last 5 sessions have been outstanding. The crowd has been electric. The anticipation is palpable. 

2018 NCAA Team Race

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Penn State did it again.