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     We’re now three days into the 2019 Spring season, and it’s still cold out there.  That’s okay though, warmer temperatures are just around the corner.

     March always felt like the longest month to me, but this year it’s flying.  There’s eight days left.  I can’t believe it.  New Year’s resolutions are in full effect over here, and I hope you’re all sticking with yours as well.

     I don’t know if we have followers on the site here who enjoy NCAA College Wrestling, but the final round is scheduled for this evening at 7:00 PM.  I’m almost positive it will be televised on ESPN for those who are interested and can’t make the ride out to Pittsburgh.

HWT – Derek White Oklahoma State vs. Anthony Cassar Penn State

125 – Jack Mueller, Virginia vs. Spencer Lee, Iowa

133 – Daton Fix, Oklahoma State vs. Nick Suriano, Rutgers

141 – Yianni Diakomihalis, Cornell vs. Joey McKenna, Ohio State

149 – Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers vs. Micah Jordan, Ohio State

157- Jason Nolf, Penn State vs. Tyler Berger, Nebraska

165 – Mekhi Lewis, Virgina Tech vs. Vincenzo Joseph, Penn State

174 – Mark Hall, Penn State vs. Zahid Valencia, Arizona State

184 – Maxwell Dean, Cornell vs. Drew Foster Northern Iowa

197 – Bo Nickal, Penn State vs. Kollin Moore, Ohio State

     Penn State won their eighth National Championship team Title this season.  That’s eight in a row for Penn State, who’s wrestling team could be the most dominate team in all of sports.  I mean talk about a time to be a wrestling fan.  What Penn State is doing right now as a team is absolutely amazing, not to mention they have five wrestlers in the finals tonight who could leave with National Titles, and for some, it won’t be their first.  

     At 133 I’m rooting for Nick Suriano because he his from New Jersey, and he wrestles for Rutgers, but Daton Fix from Oklahoma is exciting as shit to watch.  It’s going to be a good one.

Bo Nickal from Penn State should win at 197, he kind of owns Ohio State’s Kollin Moore.

The Philadelphia 76ers play on the road tonight at 7:30 against the Hawks.  The 76ers are still rolling and are now in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference.  They’re 7-3 in their last ten games.  They’re 6.5 games out of first place, and 3.0 games behind the second place Raptors.

Have A Good Night




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