6 Reasons To Watch Oklahoma vs UNI & Iowa State

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Oklahoma makes its way to West Gym on Sunday for a pair of duals against Northern Iowa and Iowa State. This event is packed with 16 ranked wrestlers and 5 ranked matchups and plenty of good reasons to tune in.

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1) Parker & Demas Matches Are Ridiculous

#5 Ian Parker and #7 Dom Demas have a rivalry that makes Sunday's match hard to predict. Demas has a 3-2 lead in the series with Parker, but the matches have gone a number of different ways.

Both of Parker's wins have come in overtime while Demas has won once in overtime, once by decision, and once by tech fall. Anything could happen when these two meet this weekend, and it will set the tone for a potential rematch at the Big 12 Championships.

Mike Mal breaks down the Ian Parker, Dom Demas rivalry

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2) The Teske Train has Been a Wild Ride

Northern Iowa fans have been excited to see Brody Teske in the lineup since he transferred to UNI from Penn State in the middle of the 2019-2020 season. He's kept that excitement ramped up every time he's stepped on the mat this year.

Teske is 4-0 this year with a 13-11 win over Danny Vega, a fall over McGwire Midkiff, a 12-10 sudden victory win over Connor Brown, and a 6-4 win over Alex Mackall. The Vega, Brown, and Mackall wins were all upsets at the time, and these have all be highly entertaining matches. Now he'll be the favored wrestler and will look to build on a season that has him ranked #6 in the country.

Brody Teske's insane match this season with Dany Vega

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3) Clash of Styles at 149 Between Degen & Moore

At 149, Oklahoma will roll out Virginia Tech transfer Mitch Moore, a pinner who isn't afraid to throw big moves at the drop of a hat. He's ranked #13, but he'll be the underdog against #5 Jarrett Degen.

Degen's style could not be more different that Moore's. He's probably the tallest 149-pounder in the country, and his scrambling ability is hard to replicate. This clash of styles probably favors Degen, but it will be fascinating to see what happens then these two throw down.

4) Can Justin Thomas Keep It Rolling vs Carr?

Oklahoma's Justin Thomas is undefeated on the season, and he has an excellent win over Arizona State's Jacori Teemer. Thomas has his toughest test of the year on Sunday against Iowa State's #3 David Carr.

Carr and Thomas met twice last year with Carr winning 4-1 and 6-5 decisions. Thomas has shown that he can keep it close with Carr, and an upset here would be the biggest win of his career.

David Carr and Justin Thomas met in the 2019 CKLV quarterfinals

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5) 5 Ranked Matchups

These duals have five ranked matchups and four that include wrestlers in the top ten. Here are all the ranked matchups on tap:

133 - #11 Jack Skudlarczyk, UNI vs #15 Anthony Madrigal, Oklahoma

141 - #5 Ian Parker, Iowa State vs #7 Dom Demas, Oklahoma

149 - #5 Jarrett Degen, Iowa State vs #13 Mitch Moore, Oklahoma

157 - #3 David Carr, Iowa State vs #11 Justin Thomas, Oklahoma

174 - #9 Anthony Mantanona, Oklahoma vs #21 Julien Broderson, Iowa State

6) 16 Ranked Wrestlers

Check out the complete list of all the ranked starters for UNI, Iowa State, and Oklahoma:

125 - #6 Brody Teske, UNI

125 - #11 Alex Mackall, Iowa State

133 - #11 Jack Skudlarczyk, UNI

133 - #15 Anthony Madrigal, Oklahoma

141 - #5 Ian Parker, Iowa State

141 - #7 Dom Demas, Oklahoma

149 - #5 Jarrett Degen, Iowa State

149 - #13 Mitch Moore, Oklahoma

157 - #3 David Carr, Iowa State

157 - #11 Justin Thomas, Oklahoma

174 - #9 Anthony Mantanona, Oklahoma

174 - #21 Julien Broderson, Iowa State

184 - #12 Samuel Colbray, Iowa State

197 - #13 Jake Woodley, Oklahoma

285 - #6 Gannon Gremmel, Iowa State

285 - #7 Carter Isley, UNI

Live Updates: ACC Championships

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We'll be keeping ACC fans in the loop with live updates here. If you can't watch the action, refresh this page often to keep up with all the action.

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Match Notes: MAC Championship Finals

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The 2021 MAC Championship finals kick off, and we'll keep you up to date with live updates right here. For results from earlier rounds in the tournament, you can check the following link. If you can't watch the MAC finals live, refresh this page often so you don't miss anything.

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Real Woods Returning For Pac-12 Championships

After not wrestling all season, Stanford standout, Real Woods, has announced today on Instagram that he is entering the Pac-12 Championships. In the brackets released Friday morning by the Pac-12, Luciano Arroyo was listed at the Cardinal starter.

2021 NCAA D1 Transfer Tracker

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Since the transfer portal opened in October of 2018, it has been one of the hottest topics in college athletics. While the portal hasn't been utilized as much in wrestling as it has in football and basketball, there are still plenty of big-time transfers that have already gone down and talented wrestlers currently looking for a new home.

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PIAA Regional Weekend Watch Guide

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The postseason has arrived in Pennsylvania, and this year we are excited to expand our coverage of the road to Hershey with live coverage of numerous district and regional championships.

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St. Cloud State was set up last March for a run at its fifth national title in six years until the college wrestling season came to an abrupt end on the eve of the Division II national tournament. 

PAC-12 Releases Conference Brackets

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Full PAC-12 Championships brackets have been released. Here's what will go down on Sunday, February 28.

MAC Championships Preview: 165-285

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In more than six decades of Mid-American Conference wrestling, there have been only eight four-time champions.

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ACC Championship Preview & Predictions

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It didn't happen overnight, but the ACC has made gains in recent years to become arguably the second-toughest conference in the NCAA despite having just six teams. 

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Projecting Every Seed At The Big Ten Championships

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The post-season is here. We have to wait an extra week for the biggest and baddest conference tournament of them all, but that just gives us more time to preview, prognosticate, and predict what will happen. Below is the projected seed for every weight at the Big Ten tournament with the number of allocations listed below. Pre seeds will be released early next week.

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