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Iowa vs. Ohio State on the Big Ten Network live commentary and results

Tonight No.1 Iowa takes on No. 4 Ohio State. Both teams are undefeated in the Big Ten, and looking for positioning before the conference tournament. The featured bout has to be the a showdown between No. 1 Brent Metcalf and No. 2 Lance Palmer at 149 pounds. The match will be broadcast on tape delay at 10 p.m. CST on the Big Ten Network.

Match starts at 133
133: No. 3 Daniel Dennis (Iowa) vs. Ian Paddock (OSU)
1st Period
Dennis scores early with a single leg takedown (2-0). Paddock is able to escape quickly (2-1). The action slows as both wrestlers fight hands. Paddock tries to work double underhooks, but Dennis escapes. The wrestlers reset after going out of bounds.

2nd Period
Dennis choses bottom and escapes on the edge of the mat (3-1). He tries to work to pass the hands with a slide by, but Paddock defends well. The period ends with both wrestlers working on the feet.

3rd Period
Paddock takes bottom. He gets to his feet, but is returned. He shoots back up and gets his point (3-2). Paddock is wrestling defensively and keeping the match close. With thirty seconds left he has yet to put together a serious offensive attack.
Daniel Dennis wins 3-2 (Iowa 3-0)

141: No. 4 Montell Marion (Iowa) vs. No. 2 Reece Humphrey
1st Period
Humphrey hits a duck under and is able to get behind for two points (0-2). He then let Marion get back to his feet (1-2). Marion shoots a shallow double, but Humphrey is able to defend and circle out of bounds. He tries another shallow shot and a foot sweep, but both are defended. Humphrey snaps Marion into a cradle and scores another takedown (1-4).

2nd Period
Marion takes down and escapes (2-4). Humphrey goes for another duck under, and turns it into a low single. He does not finish it in bounds, but the referees confer and they give the points (2-6). Marion escapes (3-6). Humphrey gets a body lock and scores a takedown with a whip over (3-8). Marion bases up and escapes (4-8). Marion gets in deep on a single leg, but Humphrey frees his leg.

3rd Period
Humphrey starts on the bottom. The referee warns Humphrey for stalling. Marion tries to pull out a hammer lock, but Humphrey frees his arm. Eventually Humphrey escapes (4-9). In a scramble Marion almost locks in a standing cradle, but they are out of bounds. The referee hits Humphrey again for stalling and gives Marion a point (5-9). With 17 seconds left the referee stops the match due to a potentially dangerous front headlock.
Reece Humphrey wins 9-5 (3-3)

149: No. 1 Brent Metcalf (Iowa) vs. No. 2 Lance Palmer (OSU)
1st Period
Both wrestlers seem to be playing it conservative, but it is clear Metcalf is pushing forward. Palmer gets in extremely deep of a double leg, but Metcalf squares his hips and escapes. Metcalf gets in on a single and finishes (2-0). Palmer gets back to his feet, but Metcalf shoots again to keep him from getting the escape.

2nd Period
Metcalf takes bottom. He gets to his feet, but can’t break the body lock. Palmer is hit for stalling. They go out of bounds. Metcalf tries a switch and eventually scrambles back to his feet (3-0). The period ends with the wrestlers working in a tie up.

3rd Period
Palmer starts on the bottom, and escapes (3-1). He shoots in, and Metcalf counters with a front headlock, but he can’t turn the corner to score. Both wrestlers work hard in the tie up, but neither properly sets up a shot.
Brent Metcalf wins 3-1 (Iowa 6-3)

157: Aaron Janssen (Iowa) vs. Sean Nemec (OSU)
1st Period
Nemec gets in a shot, and after working hard to turn to corner he does (0-2). Once on top he throws in both legs and tries to work on top. He gets high and Janssen is able to scramble back to his feet (1-2).

2nd Period
Nemec choses bottom. Janssen works a cross body ride and then throws in the second leg. The referee restarts them after a stalemate. Nemec gets to his feet, but Janssen picks him up and returns him to the mat. Janssen goes back to his leg and the referee hits Nemec for stalling. Janssen rides out the period on top.

3rd Period
Janssen picks neutral. He gets in on a shot. Nemec counters by trying to roll him through twice, but eventually Janssen gets the takedown (3-2). Nemec is called for stalling again giving a point to Janssen (4-2). The referee calls Janssen for stalling. With the riding time the score is 5-2.
Aaron Janssen wins 5-2 (Iowa 9-3)

165: No. 4 Ryan Morningstar (Iowa) vs. No. 6 Colt Sponseller (OSU)
1st Period
Morningstar is employing his normal conservative style. There is very little action in the opening period. The period ends with no score.

2nd Period
Sponseller starts on the bottom. Morningstar throws a leg in and flattens his opponent. Sponseller gets to his feet, but is thrown back down to the mat. They go out of bounds with 1:133 left. Morningstar is trying to work both the claw and a leg ride. Sponseller is flat on the mat, and the referee calls a stalemate with 26 seconds left. Morningstar tries to return Sponseller to the mat, and he tries a standing granby roll, but Morningstar is able to follow and ride out the period.

3rd Period
Morningstar takes the bottom. Now Sponseller is trying to work some legs on top. False start on Morningstar. Sponseller works off the riding time advantage. Morningstar gets to his feet and escapes (1-0). Sponseller tries to come forward, but Morningstar’s defense is impregnable.
Ryan Morningstar wins 1-0 (Iowa 12-3)

174: No. 2 Jay Borschel (Iowa) vs. No. 11 Dave Rella (OSU)
1st Period
There is not a lot of action to start the match. Borschel picks up a single and makes it a double and scores the takedown (2-0). The referee hits Rella for stalling. The period ends with Borschel trying to work an armbar.

2nd Period
Borschel starts down and escapes quickly (3-0). Borschel scores with a high arm pass and a knee tap (5-0). Another stalling call on Rella gives Borschel another point (6-0). Once again the period ends with Borschel working an armbar.

3rd Period
The match restarts on the feet. Rella gets in on a single leg, but Borschel sprawls well and gets behind for a takedown (8-0). Tough ride from Borschel finished out the period yet again. With the riding time the score is 9-0.
Jay Borschel wins 9-0 (Iowa 16-3)

184: No. 11 Phillip Keddy (Iowa) vs. No. 7 Mike Pucillo (OSU)
1st Period
Keddy gets a body lock and gets the trip for a takedown (2-0). Pucillo works right back up to his feet (2-1).

2nd Period
Keddy starts down and explodes for an escape in less than a second (3-1). The wrestlers continue to posture for position on the feet as the period ends.

3rd Period
Pucillo starts down. After being returned once, Pucillo escapes and gets his second point (3-2). Keddy is continually pressing forward. The constant pressure seems to be wearing Pucillo down. Pucillo gets in on a deep single, but he is unable to finish as time expires.
Phil Keddy wins 3-2 (Iowa 19-3)

197: Luke Lofthouse (Iowa) vs. CJ Magrum (OSU)
1st Period
Lofthouse presses forward, but Magrum keeps his position. Lofthouse tries a shallow shot, but it isn’t close. Then he gets a deep single. Magrum tries to scramble, but instead gives up the points (2-0). Magrum gets to his, but he is dragged back to the mat. He is up again, but drilled into the mat out of bounds.

2nd Period
Magrum takes bottom to start the period. He gets up and shoots in for a quick single, but Lofthouse defends well (2-1). Magrum hits a throw bye. He tried to drag Lofthouse to the mat, but gives up another takedown (4-1).

3rd Period
Now Lofthouse starts on the bottom. He gets away (5-1). He tries a sweep single, but Magrum defends well and gets back to his feet. Magrum tries a single of his own, but Lofthouse shakes it off with a front headlock. With the riding time the score is 6-1.
Luke Lofthouse wins 6-1 (Iowa 22-3)

285: No. 10 Dan Erekson (Iowa) vs. Corey Morrison (OSU)
1st Period
Erekson gets in on an early single and scores with a tree top finish (2-0). He gets the far wrist and an armbar and comes extremely close to turning Morrison. The referee awards a two-point near fall (4-0). Erekson locks it in again and turns Morrison (7-0). He bridges out hard and gets to his feet, but is returned. Erekson turns him again with the bar and this time he gets the pin fall.
Dan Erekson wins by fall (Iowa 28-3)

125: No. 3 Matt McDonough (Iowa) vs. Nikko Triggas (OSU)
1st Period
McDonough hits a swing single, but Triggas scrambles to defend. Eventually the Iowa wrestlers finishes the takedown (2-0). On top McDonough rides tough. The period ends with McDonough trying to work an armbar.

2nd Period
McDonough starts in the bottom position. He tries to granby, but Triggas follows his hips with ease. McDonough gets to a single leg position and scores a reversal (4-0). At the end of the period McDonough is working for a cradle.

3rd Period
Triggas starts on the bottom. In a scramble his arm gets torqued up and they stop the match for injury time. McDonough works for a sweep single. He eventually makes it a double, but Triggas defends. McDonough finds the ankle and scores the takedown (6-0). McDonough let’s Triggas escape as he works for the major decision (6-1). Triggas holds on to defend McDonough’s shot,, but eventually gives it up (8-1).
Matt McDonough wins 8-1 (Iowa 32-3)

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