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    Nico was taken down shady officiating two amazing kids though we'll be hearing a lot from for a long time kudos to both for making it happen kr do you have video of the showdown? Pawrcasts had nothing yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD149-2 View Post
    Nico was taken down shady officiating two amazing kids though we'll be hearing a lot from for a long time kudos to both for making it happen kr do you have video of the showdown? Pawrcasts had nothing yet
    I have been looking 4 it 4 two days..nuttin. Btw isnt that picture SICK?

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    Just want to say thanks for everyone who drops on by as this thread just hit over 20,000 views this week since it was started in November of 2009.

    Nittany Lion of the Week - Brad Pataky - Black Shoe Diaries

    Penn State wrestling ready for prime time - The Daily Collegian Online

    Senior wrestler Brad Pataky healthy and winning again - The Daily Collegian Online

    Penn State Wrestlers Hold No. 2 Spot in Nation in Latest Coaches Poll - goPSUsports.com
    Wright and Pataky re-enter national rankings

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    Lions become slimmer at 125 - Sports | Centre Daily Times

    The buffer between senior Brad Pataky’s heavily-wrapped knee and Penn State’s potential postseason fate at one weight is gone.

    Coach Cael Sanderson said Wednesday that freshman 125-pounder Frank Martellotti has been ruled academically ineligible for the spring semester.
    Martellotti, a four-time PIAA Class AA placewinnner at Shady Side Academy, went 18-3 and was ranked 16th in last week’s Intermat poll. Martellotti successfully held down the 125-spot until Pataky, who suffered a preseason knee injury, returned at last month’s Southern Scuffle.

    Martellotti, a true freshman, is permitted to practice with the team. But Sanderson said Martellotti’s primary focus will be on his studies.

    “Frank did a great job for us,” Sanderson said. “He just has to get on track academically now, obviously. There’s no excuse for that from our staff, but that’s the case. With the timing and the way things worked out, Brad is able to wrestle and that’s why we were pushing Brad a little harder.”

    Pataky, a two-time <acronym title="National Collegiate Athletic Association">NCAA</acronym> qualifier, has returned to form after missing the first seven dual meets and finishing 3-2 at the Southern Scuffle. Pataky went 4-0 at last weekend’s Virginia Duals, hitting a cement mixer to defeat 10th-ranked Nic Bedeylon of Kent State. The performance helped Pataky debut at No. 11 in this week’s Intermat rankings.

    Pataky also avenged one of his Scuffle defeats by defeating Michigan’s Sean Boyle 8-2. Boyle majored Pataky during the Scuffle.

    “I’m really pumped and confident,” Pataky said. “It’s one of those things where once you get going it all starts coming together. I think I am going to wrestle better and better.”

    Pataky endured noticeable pain during his victory over Boyle. Pataky took a lengthy injury timeout after being taken down in the second period. Pataky recovered to take Boyle down in the third period.

    “I really can’t remember the situation,” Pataky said. “I have to watch it again. It was just a little bang there. I just regained my composure and got back at it.”

    Pataky’s injury requires him to wear a knee brace. It’s possible he will experience similar pain in future bouts.

    “We’re real happy with Pataky, not necessarily because he won,” Sanderson said. “The wins are great. But it’s more about the effort and doing the things the right way and staying focused, and he stayed focus. He had some pains in there, but he did what he had to do and won some big matches in some big dual meets.”

    Wright getting closer

    Sophomore 184-pounder Quentin Wright said he’s on schedule to return from his shoulder injury next Friday against Pitt. Wright, who didn’t travel to the Virginia Duals, hasn’t wrestle since the finals of the Nittany Lion Open on Dec. 5.
    Wright’s shoulder received a big test Wednesday.

    His practice partner was Sanderson, a four-time <acronym title="National Collegiate Athletic Association">NCAA</acronym> champion and Olympic gold medalist.

    “It’s more progressive,” Wright said of his recovery. “I have to test my limits and see how far I can go depending on how things feel. I have to be real smart with it.”


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    Depth on PSU wrestling squad proves beneficial - The Daily Collegian Online

    Penn State wrestling notes - Guy Talk | Centre Daily Time

    Penn State's Vollrath Takes Second at Hitchcock- goPSUsports.com Wrestling

    Kemerer waiting to make impact in Lions’ lineup - Sports | Centre Daily Times

    Penn College wrestling hits the mats - Williamsport-Sun Gazette

    In this special Thursday edition of the Tuesday Timeout, we spoke with Nittany Lion-newcomer Andrew Long. The Iowa State transfer officially signed with Penn State on Dec. 27 and made his first appearance in blue and white this past weekend at the Virginia Duals in Hampton, Va. Long went 4-0 in Hampton on his way to the 133 pound championship. The sophomore is already ranked No. 5 in the country in his weight class and is proving his worth early. We talked to Long and found out a little bit more about the talented Iowan.
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    Interview with PSU recruit Morgan McIntosh



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    The internet is awesome. Some of the posters on the PSU boards were talking about creatng a WHITE OUT for the Iowa Dual & eventually some people @ the AD took notice & this is the result:

    WHITE OUT DECLARED FOR IOWA DUAL!


    By: Pat Donghia


    Penn State athletics and the Nittany Lion wrestling team have declared a white out for the sold-out Iowa dual on Jan. 30 at 2 p.m. in Rec Hall. Fans are encouraged to wear their white and help show the nation what Penn State Wrestling Pride is all about! The dual, already sold out, will air on the Big Ten Network (tape delay on Tuesday at 7 p.m. as part of the BTN’s weekly wrestling coverage).

    Very well done guys!

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