picture of 2019 Big Ten Wrestling Championship

Completed, Mar 9-10, 2019
 

The biggest and baddest conference tournament in the country. Penn State, Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Rutgers, Wisconsin, Illinois, Northwestern, Purdue, Indiana, Maryland, and Michigan State will do battle with NCAA Tournament births on the line. *NOTE: THE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS WILL BE LIVE ON THE BIG TEN NETWORK, NOT FLOWRESTLING*.

  1. Big Ten: Seeds vs Placements

    Big Ten: Seeds vs Placements

    Mar 15, 2019

    Seeding has been a hot topic this week as NCAA brackets were released with some puzzling seeds at several weight classes. Nomad stirred the pot leading into Big Ten’s when he speculated what Big Ten coaches would do when injuries or scheduling quirks created missed matchups within the conferences. The Big Ten doesn’t have some fancy seeding matrix to measure how good a wrestler’s season had been. They seem to do it ‘old school’ and use the often underutilized criteria of common sense to place wrestlers in the bracket. 
  2. Top 7 Upsets From Conference Weekend

    Top 7 Upsets From Conference Weekend

    Mar 14, 2019

    Last week the conference tournaments were absolutely insane and I’m not talking about the medical forfeits or seeding head scratchers, I’m talking about the actual action that went down on the mats. 
  3. 2019 NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifier Hub

    2019 NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifier Hub

    Mar 11, 2019

    Conference weekend is finally upon us. In eight locations scattered across the country, the fates of hundreds of college wrestlers will be determined.
  4. Watch: Sebastian Rivera and Spencer Lee's Big Ten Final

    Watch: Sebastian Rivera and Spencer Lee's Big Ten Final

    Mar 10, 2019

    Did you miss the big rematch between #1 Sebastian Rivera and #3 Spencer Lee? Have no fear, watch their highly anticipated Big Ten final below.
  5. Big Ten Championship Match Notes Finals

    Big Ten Championship Match Notes Finals

    Mar 10, 2019

    We have a sold-out crowd here in Minneapolis in historic Williams Arena for the 2019 Big Ten Wrestling Championship finals. The atmosphere of the early sessions was truly electric. I am expecting nothing less for a truly spectacular slate of championship bouts. Your humble blogger will do his level best to provide an accurate depiction of the impending raucousness with his words and laptop. 
  6. Big Ten Championship Match Notes: Semifinals

    Big Ten Championship Match Notes: Semifinals

    Mar 9, 2019

    We're back in the Williams Arena for session II, which will feature some truly spectacular semifinal matchups. 
  7. Big Ten Championship Match Notes: First Round

    Big Ten Championship Match Notes: First Round

    Mar 9, 2019

    Folks we are about 15 minutes out from first whistle. Your humble love blogger is perched in the crow's nest situated in upper bend of the arena, section 203-ish. The buzz on the concourse is electric, and there are rumors of a sell out. The snowy Minnesota weather has not deterred the crowd. This should be fun.
  8. 2019 Conference Weekend Brackets Hub

    2019 Conference Weekend Brackets Hub

    Mar 9, 2019

    The wait is over. One of the best weekends of the year is finally here — conference weekend. For the first time ever, four conference championship tournaments are streaming live on FloWrestling today. 
  9. 2019 Conference Weekend Live Stream Hub

    2019 Conference Weekend Live Stream Hub

    Mar 9, 2019

    The wait is over. One of the best weekends of the year is finally here — conference weekend. For the second straight year, four conference championship tournaments are streaming live on FloWrestling today. It can be a lot to take in, but we've got you covered with direct links to each live stream from Tulsa, OK to Binghamton, NY.
  10. B1G Preview: Ohio State Eyeing 3rd Straight Conference Tournament Crown

    B1G Preview: Ohio State Eyeing 3rd Straight Conference Tournament Crown

    Mar 8, 2019

    Tom Ryan and the Ohio State coaching staff have built the Buckeyes into an unmistakeable force in the Division 1 wrestling landscape. The past four years have certainly born that out.