36-16, Go Bucks!!!!!
36 - My high school football number.
Both are injured. Apparently JD Bergman said on the webcast that Hunter was out until January. Not sure about Bo.
Bucks wrestle two dual meet matches on Saturday, first against Army and then Arizona State. Neither should be much closer than this match was, even without those two.
The NWCA All Star match is tonight at the Palestra in Philadelphia. Logan is wrestling Mitchell Port. Port upset Hunter Stieber in 2012 in the semifinals and got second that year. Port lost to Devin Carter in the semis last year and took 3rd. I believe flowrestling.org is streaming the match, not sure if you have to be a pay member or not. Intermat is having a live blog of the event as well.
If you are on twitter, @wrestlingbucks is the official account of the Buckeye wrestling team. I believe they have a Facebook page and an Instagram account as well.
Trackwrestling.com is a great website which often has live results of tournaments and dual meets.
Season tickets are only $42.00, and individual tickets are $7-$8 per match, so it's not too bad if you want to try to make a home match. The Bucks have a phenomenal home schedule this year. Kent on November 13th, Missouri on December 14th (featuring phenom Kyle Snyder v. J'Den Cox, who beat Heflin in the national finals), Iowa on January 4th, Penn State (4x reigning B1G and National champs) on January 11th and Purdue on January 30th.
The B1G Championships are also in Columbus this year(March 6-7, 2015) and tickets for both days ran around $45.00 (total) as well.
Ordered my season tickets and my B1G Championship tickets already! Can't wait to see how Logan does tonight and the rest of the team tomorrow at the MSU Open.
You can follow the Bucks tomorrow at the Michigan State Open on www.trackwrestling.com. I think everyone except Logan and Johnni DiJulius will be there.
Rod Smith - 91 yards
I am a member at Scout and I think the info that Bill Greene and nevada give is worth the money. Not always the recruiting stuff, but the inside information from practices and things like that.
I can honestly say that stars don't matter to me as much as some. I think ESPN is the worst, and I like the composite the best, but Scout and Rivals are toss ups.
My wife is AWESOME! I will have mine on Friday. First time I've EVER spent $120.00 on shoes. I'm not a shoe guy at all but I wanted these. Can't wait.
The wrestling team is in a great position to earn Gene Smith a bunch of money next year. Could be looking at 2-4 individual national champs as well as a team title. Can't wait!
Great job Buckeyes! I love seeing Ohio State win in anything.
Oh, and it actually might be $54,000.00 for Mean Gene. Two individual titles plus a team title.
Buckeyes should be the favorite for the national title next year. Could have 4 wrestlers in the finals, and everyone in the lineup has a legitimate shot to be an All-American.
I'm excited to see Tomasello, Demas and Jordan wrestle in the NE Regionals this weekend. Especially glad to see Demas back on the mat after his year off.
Also, thanks for the shout out to my alma mater, the mighty Claymont Mustangs, in the article!!!!!
Brackets are up on www.trackwrestling.com. You can follow the action there, on twitter with the @wrestlingbucks account, or if you subscribe to the Big Ten Digital Network they will have coverage. The finals are live on BTN on Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
Given that it is likely that Cory Clark will wrestle for Iowa, that will reduce the number of automatic qualifiers to 6. The auto qualifier spots are given to the wrestler, and, in Iowa's situation, Thomas Gilman was the one who earned the spot. Puts Roberts in a tough position, as it likely knocks one other quality wrestler into the at large pool.
Mike Evans is a first rounder. Won't be there at 26, let alone round 3 or 4.
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