Penn State’s Bo Nickal should be able to get back to the 184-pound finals and have the opportunity to defend his crown. As the brackets get released on Wednesday night, Nickal will more than likely be the No. 1 seed.
Penn State’s Bo Nickal should be able to get back to the 184-pound finals and have the opportunity to defend his crown. As the brackets get released on Wednesday night, Nickal will more than likely be the No. 1 seed. Jen Tate Yorks For the CDT
Penn State’s Bo Nickal should be able to get back to the 184-pound finals and have the opportunity to defend his crown. As the brackets get released on Wednesday night, Nickal will more than likely be the No. 1 seed. Jen Tate Yorks For the CDT

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