BTN releases expanded 2012-13 wrestling TV schedule

With the Big Ten expected to compete for a seventh straight national championship, BTN will provide extensive live coverage of Big Ten Wrestling for the 2012-13 season on television and online. The television schedule includes a pair of Monday night meets live in primetime; a late-season showdown between Penn State and Iowa, which between them have accounted for the past five National Champions; and live coverage of both the Midlands Championships and the Big Ten Wrestling Championships.

Additionally, a record number 44 matches will be streamed live online on the Big Ten Digital Network (BTDN). A large number of those streamed will also be televised on delay via Student U. BTN’s coverage of the regular season kicks off with Old Dominion at Purdue, which will stream live on BTDN at 1 pm ET on Nov. 10.

BTN will televise live the final session of the 50th Ken Kraft Midlands Championships, hosted by Northwestern, at 8 pm ET on Sunday, Dec. 30. Of the 32 Division I teams competing, seven Big Ten squads will be represented, including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin.

BTN’s coverage of the Big Ten Wrestling Championships, hosted by Illinois, will begin at 2:30 pm ET on Sunday, March 10. Penn State will look to capture its third straight Big Ten championship under Head Coach Cael Sanderson. Iowa and Minnesota finished second and third, respectively, last season.

The Big Ten opens the 2013 season with four teams ranked in the top five of the NWCA/USA Today Coaches’ Poll. Minnesota begins the season as the nation’s top-ranked team, while two-time defending national champion Penn State is ranked second. Iowa and Ohio State round out the top five, ranked fourth and fifth, respectively. Other Big Ten teams ranked in the top 25 include No. 6 Illinois, No. 9 Nebraska, No. 13 Michigan and No. 14 Northwestern.

Throughout the season, go to the BTN/BTN2Go/BTDN Olympic Sports TV schedule page  for the most up-to-date information on the BTN and BTDN wrestling schedules.

2012-2013 Big Ten Wrestling on BTN/BTN2GO and BTDN (all times ET)

BTDN = Big Ten Digital Network

BTN/BTN2Go = TV events.

Saturday, November 10 Old Dominion at Purdue 1:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Saturday, November 10 Missouri at Purdue 3:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, November 11 Pittsburgh at Michigan 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, November 16 Lehigh at Penn State 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, November 16 Minnesota at Nebraska 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, November 30 Edinboro at Michigan State 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, December 7 Eastern Michigan at Michigan 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, December 7 Michigan State at Wisconsin 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Saturday, December 8 Oregon State at Minnesota 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Saturday, December 8 Arizona State at Nebraska 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, December 9 Wisconsin at Nebraska 3:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, December 16 Southern Illinois Edwardsville at Purdue 1:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, December 16 Iowa Western Community College at Purdue 3:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, December 30 Midlands Championships at Northwestern 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, January 4 Ohio State at Iowa 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, January 4 Purdue at Michigan State 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 6 Ohio State at Northwestern 3:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 6 Bucknell at Michigan State 12:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, January 11 Nebraska at Michigan 7:00 PM (Live on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, January 11 Minnesota at Ohio State 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Saturday, January 12 Nebraska at Northwestern 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 13 Minnesota Indiana 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 13 Michigan State at Penn State 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, January 18 Wisconsin at Penn State 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, January 18 Ohio State at Indiana 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, January 18 Iowa Michigan 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, January 18 Illinois at Nebraska 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 20 Penn State at Purdue 1:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 20 Iowa at Michigan State 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 20 Wisconsin at Ohio State 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Monday, January 21 Illinois at Minnesota 8:30 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, January 25 Northwestern at Michigan State 6:00 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, January 25 Indiana at Wisconsin 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Saturday, January 26 Iowa at Minnesota 4:00 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Sunday, January 27 Northwestern at Michigan 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 27 Nebraska at Penn State 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, January 27 Indiana at Illinois TBA (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, February 1 Penn State at Iowa 9:00 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, February 1 Michigan at Indiana 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, February 01 Michigan State at Nebraska 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, February 1 Purdue at Northwestern 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, February 3 Michigan at Purdue 1:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, February 3 Michigan State at Minnesota 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, February 8 Iowa at Illinois 8:00 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Friday, February 8 Ohio State at Michigan 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, February 10 Michigan at Michigan State 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, February 10 Penn State at Ohio State 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, February 10 Nebraska at Iowa 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Monday, February 11 Indiana at Purdue 6:30 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)
Saturday, February 16 Edinboro at Iowa 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, February 17 Rider at Penn State 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Friday, February 22 Central Michigan at Michigan State 7:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Saturday, February 23 Northwestern at Indiana 2:00 PM (LIVE on BTDN)
Sunday, March 10 B1G Championships at Illinois 2:30 PM (LIVE on BTN/BTN2Go)

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Tim Walker on 11/2/2012 @ 12:03am EDT Said:

what is this BTDN, where is this found on Direct TV?????????????????

    BTN.com staff on 11/2/2012 @ 10:10am EDT Said:

    Tim, the Big Ten Digital Network is not on TV. The digital network combines online streaming audio and video content from all 12 member institutions with hundreds of additional untelevised games streamed exclusively from the Big Ten Network to offer the most online video coverage of Big Ten athletics anywhere in the world. The Big Ten Digital Network features live game broadcasts, exclusive behind-the-scenes video, game highlights, original programming and press conferences from 25 men’s and women’s sports across the Big Ten Conference, with additional coverage from conference postseason tournaments and events. Fans only looking for access to a single school’s content can still subscribe to just that school on monthly and annual renewing terms. It’s here: http://video.btn.com/allaccess/

Kyle on 11/6/2012 @ 3:13pm EDT Said:

11 dates of Big Ten wrestling on the network is bunk…..I pay to get the network and now would have to pay additionally to get the digital network and its schedule

John on 11/6/2012 @ 4:18pm EDT Said:

I agree with Kyle. There should be more dates on the network. Seems like we always have to pay more to watch sporting events these days.

R Fink on 11/12/2012 @ 2:26pm EDT Said:

If you subscribe month by month or annually can you view the stream after (days after) the event happened. A Month later?
I.e. Can I view the Nebraska Vs Minnesota match on Saturday?

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com on 11/12/2012 @ 6:08pm EDT Said:

    Rick – Yes, as long as you are a subscriber, you are able to go back to the BTDN website and watch old games. Just search for the particular game by school and sport and you will see a list of all the games that were on the Digital Network (if it was a televised event, it will not be on the BTDN, it will be on BTN2Go instead). Once these events get archived (about an hour after the game), you can watch them any time. They never expire.

Richard Burger on 11/13/2012 @ 1:08am EDT Said:

Many more matches appear on TV (BTN) than are shown on this schedule. They are produced by students. The quality of commentary varies wildly, sometimes the student announcers don’t know the rules of wrestling, and they rarely know anything about the visiting team. Other times you get a former wrestler who knows what they are talking about. But who cares, the main thing is you get to see the matches.

My wish of the Big Ten Network is that they provide more coverage of the Big Ten Tournament. There is so much great wrestling beyond the championship matches. Why not video tape the 3rd place matches and put-out on BTDN, for instance.

Jim Avant on 11/13/2012 @ 2:59pm EDT Said:

You list Iowa at Minnesota on Saturday January 26th at 4pm AND on Sunday the 27th at 2pm. Somebody should be editing this stuff.

    BTN.com staff on 11/13/2012 @ 5:35pm EDT Said:

    Jim, good catch and our apology. I’d explain how that happened but instead just confirm that it is on Saturday, Jan. 26 on BTN TV. Again, sorry for the confusion.

Mitch on 11/14/2012 @ 1:15am EDT Said:

I can’t find any Big Ten wrestling on my Direct TV search. Guess I need to contact Direct TV. Last year they were all easily found

    BTN.com staff on 11/14/2012 @ 10:16am EDT Said:

    Mitch, our TV schedule is accurate. If you tune in on those days, you’ll see matches on BTN TV.

      Mitch Wexler on 11/15/2012 @ 12:44am EDT Said:

      Not true. The schedule says there is a match at 7pm ET on Nov 16th, Lehigh v Penn State and then at 8pm ET Minnesota v Nebraska. First of all, matches last longer than 1 hour and second, there is women’s volleyball on BTN at 7 pm ET on Nov 6th, at least on my Direct TV system. Am I doing something wrong?

      On Wednesday, November 14, 2012, Big Ten Network wrote: > BTN.com staff commented: “Mitch, our TV schedule is accurate. If you tune in on those days, you’ll see matches on BTN TV.” >

      BTN.com staff on 11/15/2012 @ 10:33am EDT Said:

      Mitch, actually, yes, we were right the first time. The two events you note for Friday are not on BTN TV. They are on the Big Ten Digital Network, which is on the Internet. That’s how we can do more wrestling for events that are happening almost at the same time. The Big Ten Digital Network combines streaming audio and video content from all 12 member institutions with up to 500 additional games streamed exclusively from the Big Ten Network to offer the most online video coverage of Big Ten athletics anywhere in the world. To learn more about the Big Ten Digital Network and to subscribe, go to our Big Ten Digital Network site.

      Mitch on 11/15/2012 @ 10:50am EDT Said:

      Wait. So your earlier reply indicating if I will see the matchers listed on the schedule on BTN TV in NOT correct? Is there a listing matches that WILL be on BTN TV? I can not find one. Please help me out. The schedule clearly says BTN Digital with no reference to what will be on TV. Thanks

      BTN.com staff on 11/15/2012 @ 11:00am EDT Said:

      Mitch, again, our earlier reply would be also correct. If you look at the schedule on this page, you will see a table with all events that we are showing across ALL platforms. In the past, wrestling fans have told us they wanted to see as much wrestling as possible and a schedule of it in ONE place. The column on the right of the schedule above tells you where this event is showing.

      BTDN is the Big Ten Digital Network as described in the previous answer, and we have included a handy link for each BTDN event. Again, that’s the Big Ten Digital Network.

      The ones that say Live on BTN/BTN2Go would be for events that will be airing on BTN/BTN2Go. That would be TV and our BTN anywhere product BTN2Go. I see 11 TV events.

      If you don’t know about BTN2Go, we highly recommend it. BTN2Go is a live 24/7 multi-platform extension of BTN that gives fans the ability to watch the network live wherever they are via the internet, mobile phone or tablet. This includes 40+ football games and 100+ basketball games. Cable and satellite companies who have agreed to carry BTN2Go will offer it, but you must have BTN as part of your cable or satellite subscription to get it. More info here.

      The page we are looking at, by the way, is a press releases with the original schedule announced. But as you can imagine, for a variety of reasons schedules can change (times, etc.) Moving forward, we actually maintain an updated wrestling schedule on this page. This is where we’ll make any changes.

      BTDN and BTN/BTN2Go are to separate but compatible services. Hope that clears it up. Let us know if you need something else.

Greg on 11/15/2012 @ 2:15am EDT Said:

Why aren’t you covering any Oklahoma State matches with the Big Ten?

    BTN.com staff on 11/15/2012 @ 10:23am EDT Said:

    Greg, we only have rights to air Big Ten HOME events. I see just one Oklahoma State event at a Big Ten arena – Minnesota. We’re no sure why that wasn’t picked but we have plenty of others on the list for Big Ten and wrestling fans.

Eric on 11/15/2012 @ 10:07am EDT Said:

I subscribe to The Big Ten Network for the purpose of watching wrestling. I get three seperate channels of the network that all show the same thing. Why can’t it be split up to air a variety of the sports instead of mainly basketball, football, and volleyball. Living where I do I sure would like to see the Minnesota VS. Nebraska dual on Friday night. Instead i will get the opportunity on 3 channels to watch the volleyball match.

    BTN.com staff on 11/15/2012 @ 10:29am EDT Said:

    Eric, I think there may be some confusion here. There are not three BTN TV channels. There is just the one TV channel. Friday’s Minnesota-Nebraska event is part of our online subscription package for events that we can’t get on TV. More info here. And you’re welcome to contact our BTN Customer Service team about any of this, as they’re better equipped to answer these types of questions in more detail.

mike mullinix on 11/15/2012 @ 2:51pm EDT Said:

11? Seriously? You’ll have that many basketball games the first week. Only reason i get big 10 network is for wrestling. No point in keeping it if i only get 11. Heck, you aren’t even showing the Iowa vrs PSU. What a joke

    BTN.com staff on 11/15/2012 @ 4:59pm EDT Said:

    Mike, the schedule above shows us this: Friday, February 1, Penn State at Iowa, 9:00 PM, LIVE on TV on BTN/BTN2Go. Hope that helps.

Richard Burger on 11/15/2012 @ 6:08pm EDT Said:

I think people who are complaining about wrestling coverage are confused. As a big ten wrestling fan, you live in a unique paradise of wrestling coverage. In addition to the 11 live matches, most other Big Ten matches appear on TV. They aren’t live, but who cares? These student-produced broadcasts are all on BTDN, they vary in quality, many are very good.
If you are cheap like me, you will get a monthly subscription to BTDN & watch many matches from the BTDN archive during January & February.

Your problem is not having enough wrestling matches to watch this winter! Your problem is finding the fime to watch them all, and still hold down a job to pay your cable tv & internet bill.

The online software that manages the BTDN archive come from CBS Sports, I believe, and most large universities around the country use it. Unfortunately, you generally have to buy a seperate online subsription for each univerisity, like Oklahoma, to view their matches. So the BTDN is a bargain, grouping matches for 12 strong wrestling programs. BTW, Wyoming makes their home matches available for free, their matches with Nebraska & Boise State are on their university web site now.

What would really be cool is to have the major wrestling conferences across the country market a pooled archive of matches. Many already are using the same software, it would just be a matter of sharing the proceeds of online subscriptions. I expect it will happen someday. But for now, be thankful for the generous Big Ten wrestling coverage on BTDN & BTN.

    BTN.com staff on 11/15/2012 @ 6:17pm EDT Said:

    Richard, that pooled idea is not a bad one. We will pass it along.

Travis on 11/16/2012 @ 12:16am EDT Said:

Very disappointed. I’ve been searching DirecTV to record plenty of duals and haven’t found any yet this year. I’m not going to pay additional to watch the action on my computer when I pay plenty for television coverage. I see 11 live matches on television. Are any of the other duals going to be recorded and then shown later on BTN in addition to live matches? If not, it’s awful. I’ve loved BTN the last couple years I’ve had it strictly for the wrestling coverage. Doesn’t seem to be the case this year. Why the change?

    BTN.com staff on 11/16/2012 @ 12:24am EDT Said:

    Travis, yes. As the release says above: “Additionally, a record number 44 matches will be streamed live online on the Big Ten Digital Network (BTDN). A large number of those streamed will also be televised on delay.”

      Mitch on 11/16/2012 @ 2:15am EDT Said:

      So I subscribed to BTNDN and I see some stuff but there is other stuff that requires “premium” subscription? What’s that about? Thx

      BTN.com staff on 11/16/2012 @ 10:05am EDT Said:

      Mitch, the Customer Service at BTDN can probably answer your questions when it comes to BTDN. Here’s the link.

Garek on 11/16/2012 @ 1:44pm EDT Said:

Can you subscribe just for the wrestling season? Like sign up and then cancel the service after the Big 10 tourney?

    BTN.com staff on 11/16/2012 @ 2:02pm EDT Said:

    Garek, yes. It’s a monthly subscription. Also, fans only looking for access to a single school’s content can still subscribe to just that school on monthly and annual renewing terms.

kyle szewczyk on 11/23/2012 @ 6:29pm EDT Said:

Why is every girls basketball game on the big ten network but zero wrestling? Iowa has over 12k per home dual and penn st. and Ohio st. average 6k per home dual. That is way higher than any girls basketball program in the big ten. Wrestling is the best sport the big ten has, no doubt about it. Every year 7 of the top ten teams in the country are from the big ten but still no respect from the network. I’m going to cancel my big ten channel, I’m not supporting basketball with my money.

Richard Burger on 12/1/2012 @ 4:30am EDT Said:

Based on this discussion, I did more research into college wrestling online and on TV. I’ve used a little homemade web application the past couple years to organize my wrestling web surfing. I decided to put it online as public service, hope some other wrestling fans find it useful.

http://www.GrapplingGuide.com

Tim on 12/2/2012 @ 10:31am EDT Said:

I guess my biggest issue with BTN is not showing ALL of the Big 10 Wrestling tourney. How can you realistically call yourself BTN but don’t support the Big 10 Wrestling Tourney. Now I understand you will comment that the finals are on TV. The Big 10 is in it self a mini National Tourney and we get to watch (Live TV) the Big 10 finals? Seriously? For the past seveal years I check the BTN and meaningless womens basketball is shown during the Big 10 tourney. Everyone knows the the Big 10 Mens and Womens basketball tourney will be shown in full so why not show the entire Big 10 wrestling tourney? After all this IS the Big 10 Network correct? I can understand showing some duals live with others on BTN2go and so on which is fine with me. I just can’t understand how you don’t show the entire Big 10 Wrestling Tourney when this is the Big 10 Network. ESPN show almost the entire NCAA tourney now and we can’t show the entire Big 10 tourney on its own network? Disappointing to say the least.

Respectfully
Tim

David Major on 12/5/2012 @ 2:54pm EDT Said:

Where are the Wrestling Matches archived for view after the event?

    BTN.com staff on 12/5/2012 @ 2:57pm EDT Said:

    David, the Big Ten Digital Network houses the ones they show live for on-demand viewing: http://video.btn.com/allaccess/

      David Major on 12/5/2012 @ 3:01pm EDT Said:

      I found that site but it is possible to find the actually matches vs short news report of the matched. i.e. I found the Iowa vs Iowa St 2 hour match but I could not find any actual Penn State Matches, would have any of those matches yet?

      David Major on 12/5/2012 @ 3:03pm EDT Said:

      I got it figures out. Thank you

Richard Burger on 12/5/2012 @ 11:30pm EDT Said:

David, try this link, it is a convienent way to access all the matches for Penn State. from the BTDN archive:

http://www.grapplingguide.com/w/sched.php?listing=Penn_St&S1=Penn_St

mike shaffer on 12/8/2012 @ 1:33am EDT Said:

bottom line is that wrestling is the one true strength of the big ten, year in and year out.. it is an absolute shame that there isn’t a lot more normal tv coverage… it’s not an expensive deal, one camera and one/two commentators…. instead you put on reruns and shows I’m not sure if anyone watches. PUT MORE MATCHES ON!

    chris harmatta on 12/8/2012 @ 12:12pm EDT Said:

    I’m with you. I don’t know who decides what over there, but they need to pull their heads out and into the light.

Hawkeye on 12/20/2012 @ 8:51am EDT Said:

How would you like it if they just quit showing any wrestling at all?

    chris harmatta on 1/19/2013 @ 3:49pm EDT Said:

    So whatvif theyvwould? We wouldn’t be missng much with as little as this list shows.

    Atually, someone is apparently listening to our complaints. I went to my TV directory in search of the match listed for Jan 21, and there are two others ow scheduled as well.

    He squeaky wheel ets he oil once again. Glad they didn’t listen to you and your satisfaction with so little.

DiosPollo on 1/8/2013 @ 8:28pm EDT Said:

No new matches added for premium members in almost 4 weeks. The answer I get is that its up to the schools to post their content. Isn’t it up to BTN to TALK to the schools so that they’re adding content. Why would anyone pay $120 to watch 2 min highlights? Come on now…..

mike shaffer on 1/9/2013 @ 11:08am EDT Said:

so sad that such an inexpensive broadcast isn’t used more for bigten wrestling. Why doesn’t BTN take an approach and help build the sport by being dependable with its scheduling? There should be a plethora of wrestling matches on, even if they were tape delayed. More basketball games on in a week then practically the entire season for wrestling… BTN should be ashamed as they aren’t for the student athlete but rather in the revenue!

sunbear71 on 1/9/2013 @ 2:34pm EDT Said:

I too would love to see more matches, as Wrestling is the only college sport I watch, and the Big10 is the best conference in the country.

In order to see that, I would like to first thank the BTN for giving the most comprehensive coverage in the sport, and I will continue to support BTN for doing so and continue asking them to do more. I too would love to see all opening rounds of the Big10 tourney on BTDN. So, let’s support BTN on doing a great job, and push them to go even further to satisfy our desire for college wrestling.

I understand the frustration out there, but I challenge anyone to find a more comprehensive showing of college wrestling than on BTN. BTN (and BTDN) are laying the groundwork (as Richard has mentioned above) for the future of television (hence televised wrestling) as we all begin to move towards integration of TV and Internet (see http://www.labnol.org/internet/watch-internet-videos-on-tv/12177/
for examples).

It’s coming wrestling fans, we just need to keep up our support of the sport, and organizations like BTN who are doing their part to continually increase it’s exposure.

Richard on 1/15/2013 @ 4:25pm EDT Said:

DiosPollo,
You weren’t seeing matches because very few dual meets are scheduled in last three weeks of December. The Big Ten dual season really starts in earnest after first week in January.

Jack on 1/19/2013 @ 2:49pm EDT Said:

The only complaint I have is sure wish you would cover the whole Big 10 tourney.
I greatly appreciate all you have done so far, just hope in the future u can keep on
adding more for us die hard fans.
Thanks again

Richard on 1/19/2013 @ 4:25pm EDT Said:

Jack,
I agree with you, as a fan, more of that Big Ten tournament streamed online is priority #1. But it’s complicated.

Expanded live TV coverage of tournaments seems to be a hopeless cause. The finals of the Midlands tournament covered by the BTN only had 7 of the 10 matches. Disappointing. When FOX covered the Big 12 Championships last year, they also left out matches (including the match with Jordan Oliver that everybody wanted to see!) If the TV networks don’t find it economical to cover all the finals matches, I won’t hold my breath for additional tournament coverage on cable TV.

The streaming on BTDN is facilitated largely by student volunteers, managed through CBS Sports Network. Probably it is logistically unrealistic to expect students to cover a tournament setting.

We are asking the BTN to change their business model, they currently only stream TV productions on BigTen2Go. If the BTN did cover more of the Big Ten Tournament as streaming only, where are the revenue incentives to pay for it?

ESPN3 did end-to-end, complete coverage of the ACC Championships last year, streamed it all online. So their ought to be a way. Currently, BTN doesn’t have a streaming service comparable to ESPN3.

Ahhh, this will all expand and evolve, TV and streaming are merging, after all.

Doug B on 10/23/2013 @ 11:43am EDT Said:

When will the new schedule be released for the 13/14 wrestling season?

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