1. Barry Davis Disputes His Junior High Loss To Kenny Monday

    Barry Davis Disputes His Junior High Loss To Kenny Monday

    Jun 4, 2021

    Kenny Monday and Barry Davis are two of the greatest wrestlers in American history.
  2. The College Wrestling Fan's Guide To NHSCA Duals

    The College Wrestling Fan's Guide To NHSCA Duals

    May 25, 2021

    College wrestling fans will have heaps of high quality future D1 athletes to watch this weekend in Virginia Beach, as the NHSCA National Duals have attracted their deepest and most talented teams yet.
  3. Big 12 Brackets For The 2021 Championship Tournament

    Big 12 Brackets For The 2021 Championship Tournament

    Mar 3, 2021

    The Big 12 Conference released their preliminary brackets for the 2021 Championship Tournament in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 
  4. Five Reasons To Get Pumped Up To Watch The North Dakota State Tri-Meet

    Five Reasons To Get Pumped Up To Watch The North Dakota State Tri-Meet

    Feb 6, 2021

    NCAA wrestling has entered the final sprint to the postseason. With just two weekends of dual meets before conference championships, each match matters more than ever. And what better way to pre-game on Super Bowl Sunday* than with these super duals?
  5. 6 Reasons You Can't Miss Oklahoma State vs UNI On Saturday

    6 Reasons You Can't Miss Oklahoma State vs UNI On Saturday

    Jan 28, 2021

    The #3 ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys are making their way up north to Cedar Falls looking for redemption one year after being upset by Northern Iowa. Always scrappy, the Panthers just made their way into the top 20 dual rankings setting up a big dual between Big 12 rivals.
  6. John Smith Lays Out The Oklahoma State Lineup For Next Season

    John Smith Lays Out The Oklahoma State Lineup For Next Season

    Nov 6, 2020

    There’s been a lot of speculation — probably by me more than anyone else — about the Oklahoma State lineup for next season. The Cowboys have some interesting spots, especially with all the firepower coming in with this year’s recruiting class and the return of Kaid Brock and Boo Lewallen, who both received sixth years after injuries.