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