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Wrestling Report: Shane Sparks previews the weekend's action

Iowa vs. Wisconsin in Big Ten wrestling action Friday night and BTN has the match live on TV and BTN2Go at 9 p./m. ET. Four other matches are available live on BTN Plus via BTN2Go. BTN wrestling analyst Shane Sparks takes a look at some of the weekend's more interesting matchups in this week's Wrestling Report.

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Top Big Ten matches showcased on 'Wrestling in 60' Monday nights

Tonight is the debut of “Wrestling in 60,” a one-hour show spotlighting the top dual wrestling matches from the past week across the Big Ten Conference. The first show airs at 8:30 p.m. ET tonight and several times again. “Wrestling in 60” will air on Monday nights. Find all available show times for “Wrestling in 60” on the show’s TV schedule page. This week’s spotlighted matches include: 149 pounds: Michigan’s Alec Pantaleo vs. Ohio State’s Hunter Stieber 133 pounds: Michigan’s Rossi Bruno vs. Ohio State’s Johnni DiJulius 197 pounds: Maryland’s Garrett Wesneski vs Minnesota’s Brett Pfarr 133 pounds: Iowa’s Cory Clark vs.

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BTN's Shane Sparks: Big Ten's wrestling schedule heats up

Ohio State's Kyle Snyder will debut this season. Iowa won the Midlands again. Penn State is packed with talent. Plus a look at a few key upcoming conference showdowns. BTN wrestling analyst Shane Sparks has all this and more in hos weekly wrestling report.

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Iowa wrestling takes home Midlands Championship

Iowa won their third consecutive Ken Kraft Midlands Championships with 152 team points. Nebraska and Rutgers rounded out the top three. Read more at NUSports.com.  

BTN's Shane Sparks previews Midlands; tourney live on BTN2Go

The Holidays are a great time to spend with family and friends reflecting on the past year, with hope and excitement for the upcoming year and of course…..WRESTLING!! This upcoming week is one of the best weeks on the college wrestling mats. It begins with the 53rd annual Ken Kraft Midlands Championships at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston. [ MORE: View the complete Midlands brackets (PDF) ] The two-day event begins Tuesday with the championship matches Wednesday night. More than 400 wrestlers are expected to compete, making it the largest field in the tournament’s history. Iowa has set the team scoring

How to watch the Midlands Championships live on TV & online

Both days of the 53rd Ken Kraft Midlands Championships at Northwestern will be available live and for free beginning Tuesday morning and running through Wednesday night. In this post, learn how to watch two days of non-stop wrestling competition live featuring many of the nation’s top-ranked wrestling teams and individuals on BTN and BTN2Go. Tuesday’s first session starts at 10:30 a.m. ET, and the second sessions begin at 8 p.m. Here’s one link to the page for all eight mat cameras on Tuesday. We have also added individual links to each mat during both sessions at the body of this page.

BTN LiveBIG: Big Ten student-athletes shine in the classroom

If you look at the NCAA Division I rankings for any collegiate sport, chances are you’re going to see multiple Big Ten universities in the mix. They’re also well-represented in another ranking: the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American awards. The list, which came out earlier this month, measures student-athletes across all sports, as of June 2015. Eight Big Ten universities made the top 25 for all-time honorees, more than any other conference, with Nebraska coming in at No. 1. Here are the Big Ten universities that made the list: 1. Nebraska (320 all-time Academic All-Americans) 5. Penn State (189) 14. University

BTN's Shane Sparks: Cliff Keen review, Burroughs wins honor

It’s great to be a Jordan! Ohio State’s Micah Jordan along with three-time World Champion and Olympic Champion Jordan Burroughs (a Nebraska product) earned sprinkles on their ice cream this week. I startw ith that in this week’s Wrestling Report. Ranked No. 16 heading into the Cliff Keen Invitational, Micah Jordan claimed the title at 141 pounds with wins over top 10-ranked Solomon Chishko of Virginia Tech in the semi-finals and then No. 13 Todd Preston of Harvard in the finals. The Buckeye jumped eight spots to crack the top 10 in the rankings in a weight class that I

BTN's Shane Sparks previews the weekend in Big Ten wrestling

Looking forward to a great weekend of college wrestling highlighted by the Cliff Keen Invitational where five Big Ten teams will toe the line. But first a couple thoughts from this past week in the Big Ten. Rutgers jumped five spots to No. 11 in the Intermat dual meet rankings following a pair of victories at last Sunday’s “Grapple In The Garden” in New York City including a 21-13 win over Cornell. The Scarlet Knights are led by No. 3 Anthony Ashnault. The first ever undefeated, four time New Jersey state champion improved to 9-0 on the young season. I

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No. 3 Iowa tops No. 2 Oklahoma State in Grapple on the Gridiron

Under sunny skies more than 42,000 fans watched No. 3 Iowa top No. 2 Oklahoma State 18-16 in Saturday’s outdoor wrestling match at Iowa’s Kinnick Stadium. The match was streamed live on BTN2Go (watch it here again) and the entire event will be replayed Sunday at 7 p.m. ET on BTN. Our broadcast includes in-match interviews with former Iowa coach Dan Gable as well as wrestling fan and BTN football analyst Matt Millen. The official attendance was announced as 42,287. Here’s the box score: 125 #4 Thomas Gilman (I) maj. dec. #7 Eddie Klimara (OSU), 9-1 * 4-0 133 #2 Cory