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Former Penn State Wrestler Brody Teske Transfers To Northern Iowa

One week after Cael Sanderson said former Penn State wrestling 125-pounder Brody Teske was entering the transfer portal, the redshirt freshman announced that he would be returning to his home state to wrestle for Northern Iowa.

“I will be returning to my roots and the state that will always be home to me! I appreciate the support!” Teske said in an Instagram post.

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I will be returning to my roots and the state that will always be home to me! I appreciate the support! 🐾 🚂 #Family #Revolution

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Teske had a 5-2 record and a 1-1 dual record with the Nittany Lions this season. He will be joining a UNI team that already has five 125-pounders on the roster.

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Jarod Kutz

Jarod Kutz is a junior majoring in public relations and minoring in business. Growing up 45 minutes away in Altoona, he knew Penn State was going to be his destination after high school. You can find Jarod watching his favorite sports teams (Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, or Indianapolis Colts ~ don't ask him how), eating Chipotle, or scrolling through social media. Follow @kutz53 on Twitter or shoot him an email at [email protected]


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