After a perfect regular season, going 14-0 in duals and winning the Keystone Classic and Southern Scuffle, the Nittany Lions wrestling team is about to find out if it will all pay off in the postseason.
How healthy is junior phenom Jason Nolf? Will senior transfer Carson Kuhn win enough matches to punch his ticket to the NCAAs in Cleveland? Will Penn State avenge its Big Ten team title loss last year to Ohio State?
All these questions and more will be answered this weekend when the Nittany Lions compete Saturday and Sunday in the Big Ten tournament in East Lansing, Mich.
To follow along with all the action, those with paid subscriptions can watch the tournament in its entirety on BTN Plus. Those with paid subscriptions can also watch all rounds with the exception of the championships at FloWrestling.org.
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The championship round at 3 p.m. Sunday will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.
Other ways to follow Penn State’s progress this weekend include listening to Jeff Byers’ play-by-play radio broadcast on WRSC-AM 1390 in the State College area, or online at gopsusports.com.
Those on Twitter can also follow along with Centre Daily Times reporters Nate Cobler (@ncoblercdt) and Lauren Muthler (@lmuth125) who will be on scene, and with Penn State wrestling’s official account, @pennstateWREST.
Big Ten Tournament info
When: 10 a.m. Saturday: Session I (preliminaries, quarterfinals); 6 p.m. Saturday: Session II (semifinals, consolations); noon Sunday: Session III (consolations); 3 p.m. Sunday: Session IV (Big Ten Championships)
Where: Jack Breslin Student Events Center, East Lansing, Mich.
How to watch/stream online: All sessions will be available on BTN Plus (paid subscription required); all sessions except the championships can be streamed on FloWrestling.org (paid subscription required); the championship round will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.
How to listen: WRSC-AM 1390 or gopsusports.com (Jeff Byers play by play)
How to follow along on Twitter: @ncoblercdt; @lmuth125; @pennstateWREST