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  1. Top Seniors Yet To Win An NCAA Title

    Top Seniors Yet To Win An NCAA Title

    Oct 25, 2021

    The 2021-2022 NCAA season is just around the corner. This will be the last run at an NCAA Title for many seniors, but there are a few that stick out who haven’t yet won it all. Take a look below as we outline (in weight class order) some of the best group of seniors yet to win an NCAA Championship.
  2. Way Too Early Lineup Look: 2021-2022 NC State Wolfpack

    Way Too Early Lineup Look: 2021-2022 NC State Wolfpack

    Apr 19, 2021

    Under the leadership of Pat Popolizio, NC State has vaulted itself into the national conversation and asserted control over the ACC. Now back-to-back-to-back conference champions, NC State is poised to add a fourth-straight with their probable 2021-2022 starting lineup.
  3. Way Too Early Lineup Look: 2021-2022 Iowa Hawkeyes

    Way Too Early Lineup Look: 2021-2022 Iowa Hawkeyes

    Apr 8, 2021

    The 2021 NCAA Champion Iowa Hawkeyes aren’t going anywhere next season. All six seniors from the team have confirmed they’ll be using their extra year of eligibility and returning. Meaning, Iowa will most likely have the exact same lineup that won them a team title.
  4. A Buffet Of Notes To Consume On The Eve Of The NCAA Championships

    A Buffet Of Notes To Consume On The Eve Of The NCAA Championships

    Mar 17, 2021

    North Carolina State star Hayden Hidlay will enter what could possibly be his last NCAA wrestling tournament this weekend with a sparkling resume nearly unmatched in his program’s history.
  5. Eierman, Lee, & Seabass Stand Out At 141

    Eierman, Lee, & Seabass Stand Out At 141

    Mar 17, 2021

    The longest anyone has ever had to wait for an NCAA Tournament since World War II ended is finally over. The competitors have made their way to St Louis and we are going to crown 10 new champs for the first time since 2019.
  6. NCAA 133-Pound Preview: A Daton Fix - Roman Bravo-Young Collision Course

    NCAA 133-Pound Preview: A Daton Fix - Roman Bravo-Young Collision Course

    Mar 16, 2021

    I can’t guarantee anything about the 2021 NCAA Championships except that no one will be taking it for granted after what happened last year. Let’s all count our blessings that we get to watch three days of excellent college wrestling.
  7. There Can Be Only One: 141-Pound Big Ten Preview

    There Can Be Only One: 141-Pound Big Ten Preview

    Mar 5, 2021

    Soon there will be a gathering where the Big Ten 141-pounders will vie for the great prize. While the fate of humanity does not hinge on the outcome, it is still a pretty big deal. As this strange covid season of 2021 reaches the conclusion, we find the top four ranked wrestlers in the country all in the same conference. 
  8. Projecting Every Seed At The Big Ten Championships

    Projecting Every Seed At The Big Ten Championships

    Feb 26, 2021

    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.
  9. 2021 Hodge Rankings Update #3

    2021 Hodge Rankings Update #3

    Feb 22, 2021

    Daton Fix has arrived. The Cowboy went 4-0 at the Cowboy Challenge Tournament with three falls and added another pin to his record after Bedlam on Sunday. However, he stays below Gable Steveson because of Gable's superior strength of schedule.
  10. Week Eight Hodge Trophy Rankings Update

    Week Eight Hodge Trophy Rankings Update

    Feb 16, 2021

    Two weeks after releasing our first set Dan Hodge Trophy rankings, we have our first updated set! Three wrestlers from the first set; Logan Massa, Noah Adams, and Boo Lewallen, took losses and were taken out. Previous #9, Mekhi Lewis, injury defaulted in the third period after trailing the entire match to Jake Wentzel, so he was shown the door as well.
  11. Match Notes: #15 Ohio State vs #22 Rutgers Goes To The Wire

    Match Notes: #15 Ohio State vs #22 Rutgers Goes To The Wire

    Jan 24, 2021

    We've got Sunday Big Ten wrestling on tap between #8 Ohio State and #14 Rutgers. The action starts at 12:00 PM EST, 11:00 CT. With 12 ranked individuals including #1 Sebastian Rivera at 141 and #1 Sammy Sasso at 149, this will be an action-packed dual.
  12. What Canceled Ivy League Mean For NCAA Wrestling

    What Canceled Ivy League Mean For NCAA Wrestling

    Nov 17, 2020

    Last week's announcement that the Ivy League is canceling winter sports is, first of all, sad, but after the emotional smoke has cleared, that announcement also changes the landscape of college wrestling for the 2020-2021 season. According to our rankings in May, Cornell was the #2 team in the country, and Princeton was #14. The Ivy League combined to represent over 10% of the total available team points at NCAAs. So what happens to those points, and who wins the most?
  13. Bader Show: Sebastian Rivera & Matt Storniolo

    Bader Show: Sebastian Rivera & Matt Storniolo

    Jun 29, 2020

    On this episode of The Bader Show, Bader and Nomad catch up with Sebastian Rivera and Matt Storniolo
  14. The June 2020 Transfer Portal Recap

    The June 2020 Transfer Portal Recap

    Jun 27, 2020

    The NCAA wrestling grapevine has been burning up with transfer rumors and breaking news. Three big names entered the famous transfer portal, an NCAA clearinghouse for student-athletes on the move, all in the last full week of June. But before we recap all the recent portal news, head over to Kyle Bratke's exhaustive 2019-20 Transfer Tracker to give our guy's hard work some well-deserved pageviews. 
  15. Sebastian Rivera Transfers To Rutgers

    Sebastian Rivera Transfers To Rutgers

    Jun 26, 2020

    Two-time All-American and three-time national qualifier Sebastian Rivera is heading home. The Jackson, NJ, native announced via Instagram that he will be attending Rutgers University for his final year of eligibility.