Ohio State vs Nebraska Wrestling: start time, how to watch, TV channel, Preview

On paper, the Huskers and Buckeyes are very close, but the latter may have the upper hand. By predicting each matchup, it’s clear that Ohio State will win this one, but that’s why the teams wrestle rather than write or type.

No. 8 Nebraska will take No. No. 5 Ohio State wrestling in Big Ten dual action this Friday at  Covelli Center, The Buckeyes (12-2, 6-1 Big Ten) will honor four seniors before their game against the Cornhuskers on Friday.
Along with managers Jared Albert, Ryan Stewart, Lauren Sutherland, and Chloe Bahna, Malik Heinselman, Ethan Smith, Kaleb Romero, and Tate Orndorff will be honored.

How To Watch Nebraska vs. Ohio State Big Ten College Wrestling

What: Nebraska vs. Ohio State

Where: Covelli Center, Columbus, OH

When: Friday, February 10, 7:00 PM EST

Live Stream: FuboTV or Gamepass

College wrestling fans can watch Penn State vs. Ohio State 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.

Nebraska vs. Ohio State wrestling preview

The Buckeyes can pull off an upset at 141 despite trailing 4-3, but Bartlett has the edge. Since dropping from 149 the previous year, he has been on a tear. Sasso will win the match later, defeating the young but excellent Van Ness. Currently, the outcome is determined by coin flips. Gallagher and Haines are ranked differently from one another. Haines defeated Gallagher last year while both were redshirting.

Ohio State has defeated four top-30 teams in its last four matches. Ohio State will look to extend its winning streak to five games in its final home game at the Covelli Center. This is the first meeting between the two sides since February 2, 2020, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Although Nebraska has not beaten Ohio State in Columbus since January 2014, the Cornhuskers won 19-14. Nebraska (9-3, 5-1 Big Ten) hopes to upset Ohio State and move ahead of them in the Big Ten standings. Peyton Robb, the Cornhuskers’ No. 1 junior 157-pounder, is undefeated at 20-0 and looks to keep it that way against the Buckeyes, hoping to swing the momentum in Nebraska’s favor.


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