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Tuesday, March 25, 2008
On this edition of NO HOLDS BARRED, host Eddie Goldman reviews the 2008 NCAA Div. I Wrestling Championship, which were held March 20-22 in St. Louis, Missouri.
We have comments from all ten of the individual champions: Angel Escobedo of Indiana (125), Coleman Scott of Oklahoma State (133), J. Jaggers of Ohio State (141), Brent Metcalf of Iowa (149), Jordan Leen of Cornell (157), Mark Perry of Iowa (165), Keith Gavin of Pittsburgh (174), Mike Pucillo of Ohio State (184), Phil Davis of Penn State (197), and Dustin Fox of Northwestern (285).
We spoke with Tom Brands, head coach of the 2008 national champion Iowa Hawkeyes, and John Smith, head coach of the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
We also plan to have more interviews from this event later this week.
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Labels: Angel Escobedo, Brent Metcalf, Coleman Scott, Dustin Fox, Eddie Goldman, J. Jaggers, John Smith, Jordan Leen, Keith Gavin, Mark Perry, Mike Pucillo, No Holds Barred, Phil Davis, Tom Brands, wrestling