The No. 1 Gophers opened Big Ten action against the No. 9 ranked Cornhuskers and came out with a 27-7 win on Friday night.
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.
It’s time for Big Ten wrestling. The 2012-13 season opens Thursday, and what a campaign it should be. The conference boasts a nation’s best eight teams ranked in the USA Today/NWCA/AWN Division I Coaches Poll, including six squads in the top 10.
Penn State’s Cael Sanderson, the head coach of the two-time defending NCAA champions, has signed a contract extension that will keep him with the Nittany Lions through the 2017 season.
NUsports.com posted the latest Olympic update from Wildcats head wrestling coach Drew Pariano and we’ll share it here as part of our Big Ten Olympic coverage. Pariano and associate head coach Tim Cysewski head to London to support Northwestern graduate and U.S. wrestler Jake Herbert as he competes in the the 84 kg freestyle division. In this entry, Pariano looks at Herbert’s Olympic competition.
Northwestern head wrestling coach Drew Pariano and associate head coach Tim Cysewski are headed to London to support two-time NCAA champion and 2009 Hodge Trophy winner Jake Herbert who is wrestling for the U.S.. Pariano will provide blog updates to NUsports.com while BTN.com will also publish the updates. Get more details at NUsports.com and find all of BTN.com’s Big Ten Olympic Journals from all of our Big Ten Olympians over here. Our full BTN.com Olympic section with update and links is available, too.