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February 5, 2018

The dual began at 125 where senior Carson Kuhn (Sandy, Utah) made his Penn State debut against No. 4 Nathan Tomasello of Ohio State. Outside of the loss to Penn State, the Buckeyes have been pretty good at home.

IL led 63-60 with just more than five minutes to go in the game, but Bates-Diop started a 10-0 run by making a 3-pointer, and OSU did not trail again. But, for Cassar, it gave him the extra boost to hold off Ohio State's Kollin Moore.

"If our guys aren't ready, then that's on them and me and us". We lost some close matches.

"Dre can shoot, obviously not as well as Kam, but Dre is a bigger body and we can switch a lot more with Dre out there", junior forward Keita Bates-Diop said. It was a great dual.

It makes sense then that Wesson was the pick over Ohio State's No. 2 point guard.

"It's been a unusual week knowing, obviously, we're coming into the match without (Jason) Nolf". "So it was a little different".

For Penn State coach Cael Sanderson, it was a welcome end to what he called an abnormal week. "Her getting a career-high seven assists and understanding how we got to that area in the second quarter to outscore them, she was a part of that". He had two points, one rebound and three turnovers. Penn State is now 12-0, 8-0 in the Big Ten. At this point he needs to do some things and we need to have more conversations. The meet came down to the final weight class at which Olympic gold medalist and returning heavyweight national champ Kyle Snyder of Ohio State beat Penn State's Nick Nevills, 15-10.

J.J. Wolf won 6-1, 6-0 over Telles to pull the Buckeyes to within a win of clinching the match.

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Reavie earned a spot in the final group with a four-under 67 that included birdies on his final two holes. "I'm trying to focus on right here, right now, more than focusing on the win", he said.

But Penn State took the lead 16-15 with huge victories in three of the last four matches.

Cassar was asked when he knew he was going to wrestle Moore, 18-0 coming in.

"He's so efficient with time and space from about 15 feet to behind the 3-point line", Holtmann said.

Cassar ran a lap around the mat and blew kisses to a roaring crowd. "I think he's frustrated and disappointed, but we'll see how he responds". I was going insane. "It was something I had envisioned wrestling like that and celebrating like that after a match in Rec Hall since I got here three years ago", he said. Snyder took down Nevills six times, but Nevills landed two takedowns of his own, in addition to escaping six times to prevent the major. Tomasello, though, piled up 14 points over the final two periods for the win. A close win over IN was followed by a massive blowout of Rutgers.

Cassar, who almost scored a first-period takedown, scored the only two takedowns of the bout, one in the second on a double-leg and one in the third after he emerged from a scramble. The Nittany Lion scored a takedown and four nearfall points in the second to build an 11-4 lead.

125: No. 4 Nathan Tomasello, OSU, maj. December Carson Kuhn, 21-12. OSU's Luke Pletcher followed with a 5-4 win at 133 vs. Corey Keener. 157: No. 5 Micah Jordan, OSU, won by tech. fall over Bo Pipher, 24-9 (6:06). 174: No. 2 Mark Hall, PSU, December. 197: Anthony Cassar, PSU, December.

The No. 1 ranked Joseph took on No. 14 ranked Te-Shan Campbell of Ohio State and quickly helped the Nittany Lions make up ground as his 12-3 major decision cut Ohio State's lead to 15-9. No. 6 Nick Nevills, 15-10.

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