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Brackets released for NCAA Division I Championships

The 2018 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships take place at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio

The brackets have been released for the 2018 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. The event takes place March 15-17 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.

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AJ4wrestling (1) about 7 months ago
Tyler love the HWT from UVA is 9-15 and only got into the tournament because Ryan Soloman had to forfeit out. Even as a wildcard Ryan Soloman had 20 plus wins, so he opens up
Against the number one seed? Not the 9-15 wrestler ?
Firemans-kid (1) about 7 months ago
Nolf v. Kemerer in the Quarters? Very Uncool!
CoachC (1) about 7 months ago
Rasheed is on the same side of the bracket as Moore. This is where PSU loses the tournament. Whether Rasheed beat Cassar or not, Rasheed lacks the physical strength for the tournament. Moore man-handled him, but Cassar was able to counter Moore's strength with his own. The 197's are big, and Rasheed is not. Cassar should have gone to the Big Tens. He places and goes to the tournament just the same, but his size and strength would have been better suited for the NCAA's. Rasheed could very well not place at all. I think Cassar would have placed. Nolf, no 125 and other various scenarios could impact PSU, but I think it was a mistake to go with Rasheed.
CoachC (1) about 7 months ago
Rasheed is on the same side of the bracket as Moore. This is where PSU loses the tournament. Whether Rasheed beat Cassar or not, Rasheed lacks the physical strength for the tournament. Moore man-handled him, but Cassar was able to counter Moore's strength with his own. The 197's are big, and Rasheed is not. Cassar should have gone to the Big Tens. He places and goes to the tournament just the same, but his size and strength would have been better suited for the NCAA's. Rasheed could very well not place at all. I think Cassar would have placed. Nolf, no 125 and other various scenarios could impact PSU, but I think it was a mistake to go with Rasheed.