With its 45-0 win over No. 20 Indiana on Friday, No. 2 Iowa clinched a share of the Big Ten Wrestling Dual Meet Championship.
Big Ten wrestling fans got to see an outstanding wrestling match Friday night at the Bryce Jordan Center on the Big Ten Network.
BTN’s Shane Sparks is more than ready for Friday’s nights main wrestling event. When the Big Ten wrestling schedule came out, this was the match he circled on the calendars as Penn Satte expects 16,000 fans to come see No. 1 Penn State hosts reigning national champion Ohio State. It airs live on BTN at 6 p.m. ET.
In this Monday night’s episode of “Wrestling in 60,” three of the six spotlighted Big Ten Conference wrestling matches come from the Iowa-Minnesota dual last week.
This past weekend I was reminded that anything can happen on the wrestling mat. Everybody is beatable. Every single match has its own set of circumstances in comparison to the one before it. As I have noted before, winning a single match at this level is difficult.
The Big Ten office released its wrestler of the week Tuesday. See the latest honoree and watch a video highlight inside.
Attention, wrestling fans: Tonight is the return of our weekly show “Wrestling in 60,” a one-hour spotlight on the top dual wrestling matches from the past week across the Big Ten Conference.