Jan. 25, 2018
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The No. 2 Ohio State University wrestling team puts its unblemished season mark of 10-0, 5-0 on the line twice this weekend. First, heading to East Lansing for a clash with the Spartans of Michigan State Friday (Jan. 26) at 7 p.m ET before a 1 p.m. Sunday showdown against No. 24 Purdue hosted at Graham High School in St. Paris, Ohio.
Friday vs. Michigan State
Online stream: BTN Plus
Sunday vs. Purdue
Twitter updates: @wrestlingbucks
WHERE’S SNYDER MAN?
This week, Kyle Snyder‘s travels have brought him to Krasnoyarsk, Russia to compete in the Golden Grand Priz Ivan Yarygin 2018, a.k.a. – “The Toughest Tournamenton the Planet.”
After representing the United States in Yarygin 2018, Snyder will return to the Ohio State lineup on Feb. 3 vs. Penn State and is expected to remain there for the rest of his senior season.
IT’S BEEN AWHILE
It has have been over 34 months since Kyle Snyder last suffered a collegiate loss (March 21, 2015).
Ohio State’s expeccted `starting 10′ for the postseason owns a combined season record of 139-14 (.908).
Ohio State has outscored its dual competition by a combined tally of 336-69 in 10 duals, an average ledger of 33.6-6.9.
BLISTERING BONUS POINT PACE
In 18 of 20 wins this season, Myles Martin has posted bonus points with eight tech falls, six major decisions and four pins. For his career, he is garnering bonus tallies at over a 70% clip by racking up 23 tech falls, 22 major decisions and 15 pins during his 85 collegiate wins to date.
FloWrestling maintains a `pound-for-pound’ Top-20 and Ohio State represents 25-percent of the group. The Buckeyes included are No. 1 Kyle Snyder, No. 11 Myles Martin, No. 12 Nathan Tomasello, No. 14 Bo Jordan and No. 19 Kollin Moore.