Iowa vs Minnesota Wrestling 2023

Iowa Wrestling vs Minnesota: Time, How to watch, Stream NCAA Wrestling 2023

The No. 11 University of Minnesota wrestling team (11-2, 4-2 B1G) will host its home finale against the No. 2 Iowa Hawkeyes (12-1, 5-1 B1G) on Friday night at 9:00 p.m. ET in Maturi Pavilion. The Gophers will attempt to go undefeated at home for the first time since the 2014-15 season. Watch Iowa at Minnesota online with GamePass

How To Watch Iowa vs Minnesota Wrestling tonight!

What: Penn State vs Ohio State

Where: Maturi Pavilion // Minneapolis, MN

When: Friday, February 3, 9:00 PM EST

Live Stream: FuboTV or Gamepass

College wrestling fans can watch Iowa vs Minnesota live stream via FuboTV for 7 days free, or the best way to watch GamePasss, if you are looking for 2022-23 all-college wrestling matches in the Gamepass one platform.

Predictable LINEUP

125 – #1 Spencer Lee vs #6 Patrick McKee

133 – #17 Brody Teske // Cullan Schriever vs #15 Aaron Nagao // Jake Gilva

141 – #2 Real Woods vs #15 Jake Bergeland

149 – #6 Max Murin vs #15 Michael Blockhus

157 – #15 Cobe Siebrecht vs #17 Brayton Lee // Sebas Swiggum

165 – #13 Patrick Kennedy vs #28 Andrew Sparks // Cael Carlson

174 – #15 Nelson Brands vs #11 Bailee O’Reilly // Jared Krattiger

184 – TBA vs #10 Isaiah Salazar

197 – #7 Jacob Warner vs #28 Michael Foy

285 – #3 Tony Cassioppi vs #32 Garrett Joles

No. 2 Iowa at Minnesota wrestling preview

The Iowa Hawkeyes have a 28-78-1 series record against the Minnesota Golden Gophers dating back to the 1922-23 season.
In recent history, Iowa has dominated the Gophers, winning each of the last eight contests against the Maroon and Gold.
The Gophers are looking for their first win in the series since 2014, when they walked into Carver-Hawkeye Arena and claimed a 19-15 victory.

The Gophers won their first seven duals of the season, including an 18-12 victory over the No. 11 Oklahoma State Cowboys. At the beginning of the season, they suffered two consecutive losses to Northwestern and Nebraska before winning their next four games.

A week after suffering a hard-fought defeat on the road against No. 1 Penn State, we find ourselves in hostile territory against another formidable rival. I believe that our performance against Penn State was quite good, with the exception of some lackluster wrestling at the heavier weight classes. With a depleted roster, we went toe-to-toe with some of the best in the business, and Patrick Kennedy scored a momentum-building upset along the way.


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