Tony Hager

Hawkeye wrestlers look for their 13th consecutive dual win at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

The Hawkeyes are back at Carver Thursday at 7PM. After a rough outing at Edinboro last week it is good to get the boys back home. Cory Clark (3-0), Tony Ramos (27-0), Josh Dziewa (4-0), Derek St. John (26-0) and Mike Evans (19-0). They are a combined 79-0 inside Carver. Iowa is 23-0 in December duals under head coach Tom Brands.

WHO: Buffalo (1-4)
WHEN: 7 PM CST; Thursday, December 12th, 2013
WHERE: Carver Hawkeye Arena (Iowa City, IA)
ONLINE: Hawkeye All-Access (online; $$)
RADIO: AM-800 KXIC (free), Hawkeye All-Access (online; $$)
TWITTER: @IowaWRLive, @Hawks_Wrestling, @hagertony, @bhgp

Last meeting

#5 IOWA 39, Buffalo 3
141 - #11 Mark Ballweg (IA) MAJ DEC (12-3) Andrew Schutt (UB) (IOWA 4-0)
149 - Michael Kelly (IA) MAJ DEC (21-13) Blake Roulo (UB) (IOWA 8-0)
157 - #1 Derek St. John (IA) MAJ DEC (21-7) Wally Maziarz (UB) (IOWA 12-0)
165 - Mark Lewandowski (UB) DEC (8-3) Nick Moore (IA) (IOWA 12-3)
174- #7 Mike Evans (IA) MAJ DEC (14-1) John-Martin Cannon (UB) (IOWA 16-3)
184 - #7 Ethen Lofthouse (IA) MAJ DEC (12-4) Tony Lock (UB) (IOWA 20-3)
197 - Nathan Burak (IA) MAJ DEC (12-4) Angelo Malvestuto (UB) (IOWA 24-3)
285 - #5 Bobby Telford (IA) PIN (1:36) Justin Heiserman (UB) (IOWA 30-3)
125 - Matt Gurule (IA) DEC (15-10) Max Soria (UB) (IOWA 33-3)
133 - #3 Tony Ramos (IA) PIN (4:27) Erik Galloway (UB) (IOWA 39-3)


Tom Brands and Tony Ramos discuss Edinboro and getting ready for Buffalo.

Probable Lineups:

#3 Iowa Hawkeyes (5-0)

125 #4 Cory Clark (*Fr. 8-0)
133 #3 Tony Ramos (Sr. 7-1)
141 #10 Josh Dziewa Jr. 9-1
149 Michael Kelly (Jr. 8-1) or Brody Grothus (So. 10-3)
157 #1 Derek St. John (Sr. 10-0)
165 #4 Nick Moore (Jr. 4-0)
174 #6 Mike Evans (Jr.10-0)
184 #2 Ethen Lofthouse (Sr. 9-0)
197 Sammy Brooks (*Fr. 8-3)
285 #3 Bobby Telford (Jr. 5-0)

Buffalo Bulls (1-4)

125 Max Soria (Jr. 9-5)
133 Justin Farmer (Sr. 6-8)
141 Nick Flannery (Sr. 8-6)
149 Jake Capana (Fr. 0-0)
157 TBD (John Nothrop?)
165 Wally Maziarz (Jr. 4-6)
174 Rrok Ndokaj (*Fr 7-3)
184 Tony Lock (So 7-5)
197 Angelo Malvestuto (Jr. 8-6)
285 James Benjamin (Fr. 4-9)

Now this should be no test for the Iowa Hawkeyes, but didn't we say that against Edinboro? Of course, Edinboro had four ranked wrestlers and some other solid guys; Buffalo has none of that. This really should be a rout, especially at Carver. I feel comfortable saying that the Hawkeyes should win every match Thursday. We are not going to break down each match for this dual; Iowa should win decisively. If you would like to see some of the Buffalo wrestlers in action check them out on FLO.

The Over/Under for this dual is 56


The NCAA has announced its locations for the Division I championships for the 2015-2018 championship cycles.

Division I
National Championship Sites
2015: St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center
2016: New York, N.Y. - Madison Square Garden
2017: St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center
2018: Cleveland, Ohio - Quicken Loans Arena


AWN Redshirt & Non-Starter Rankings
125: #2 Gilman
141: #4 Carton
149: #9 Ryan
184: #5 Fahler
197: #8 Klapprodt and #10 Berge

This will also be the open thread for this dual meet; so feel free to come back around 7 PM CST and follow along as Iowa (probably) smashes Buffalo.

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