Penn State’s Shakur Rasheed went 5-0 and beat three ranked wrestlers on way to the 197-pound title in the Southern Scuffle for Penn State. His performance has fans asking if it was for real or just a fluke. His performance may have also propelled him into the starting lineup too.
Penn State’s Shakur Rasheed went 5-0 and beat three ranked wrestlers on way to the 197-pound title in the Southern Scuffle for Penn State. His performance has fans asking if it was for real or just a fluke. His performance may have also propelled him into the starting lineup too. Jen Tate Yorks For the CDT, file
Penn State’s Shakur Rasheed went 5-0 and beat three ranked wrestlers on way to the 197-pound title in the Southern Scuffle for Penn State. His performance has fans asking if it was for real or just a fluke. His performance may have also propelled him into the starting lineup too. Jen Tate Yorks For the CDT, file

Is Penn State wrestling’s Shakur Rasheed as advertised or was his Scuffle run a one-time surprise?

January 08, 2018 08:51 PM