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Penn State Wrestling-Michigan Rescheduled For February 14

No. 3 Penn State wrestling (3-0) will travel to Ann Arbor on Sunday, February 14, for a rescheduled dual with No. 2 Michigan (3-0), the team announced Friday morning.

The battle of the top-three teams is set to start at 11 a.m. Sunday morning. The match will be broadcasted nationally on the Big Ten Network.

The dual meet was originally supposed to be part of a tri-meet with Wisconsin. The match was postponed after Michigan temporarily halted team activities for all its programs due to widespread COVID-19 concerns.

The Nittany Lions were originally set to take on No. 1 Iowa Friday night, but COVID-19 issues on the Hawkeyes’ end postponed the dual.

Penn State will enter Sunday’s contest eager to wrestle, as it’s already had four matches postponed this year. This marquee matchup will be pivotal in not just the Big Ten standings, but the national ranking, too.

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Max Tolson

Max is a senior majoring in print journalism. He hails from the small town of Millsboro, DE and loves to watch the Eagles and Penn State wrestling. Follow him on twitter @TolsonMax or send emails to [email protected]. Go Birds!

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