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By Jason Bryant When it comes to showing wrestling on television, whether it be live or tape delayed, the Big Ten Network has been the clear leader since its inception in 2007.    On Nov. 18, the Big Ten Network released its annual schedule of wrestling broadcasts and webcasts. It was somewhat of a relief […]

Posted by admin On Nov - 30 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

By Jason Bryant, WIN columnist I only briefly saw Cary Kolat wrestle in the prime of his career. Getting into wrestling in the mid-1990s, I was unaware of wrestling outside of the Virginia bubble. As I stepped on the mat for the first time as a junior at Poquoson High School, I watched much of […]

Posted by admin On Apr - 19 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

By Jason Bryant Wrestling is blessed in a way. We see great performances and once-in-a-lifetime moments. Or at least, they seem to be once in a lifetime. So many times in sports, we hear of “once-in-a-lifetime” feats and accomplishments. Nine years ago, current Penn State head wrestling coach Cael Sanderson provided a true “once-in-a-lifetime” moment, […]

Posted by admin On Mar - 30 - 2011 Add Comments READ FULL POST

Column by Jason Bryant Where exactly is the center of the wrestling solar system? Where is the powerful start that brings the celestial energy that feeds the sport with light and power? It depends on who you ask and what exactly you mean if you’re trying to encompass wrestling as a solar system. While not […]

Posted by admin On Feb - 10 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

When asked about Cornell University’s growing presence on Facebook, head coach Rob Koll had a very simple message: “You either get on the bandwagon or you get left behind.” While much is being written about the title hopes of the Big Red in this publication and many others, Koll’s staff is carving out quite a […]

Posted by admin On Dec - 8 - 2010 1 Comment READ FULL POST

By Jason Bryant Wrestling coaches have a hard time trying to retain wrestlers from one year to the next. It’s been a discussion topic in coaches meetings, message boards and coaches clinics around the country. The word is attrition. All levels of wrestling experience it: • Keeping the ten-year-old who doesn’t win a match his […]

Posted by admin On Nov - 2 - 2010 2 Comments READ FULL POST

Jason Bryant By Jason Bryant When studying the kinesics of U.S. National coaches Zeke Jones, Steve Fraser and Terry Steiner following the 2010 World Championships in Moscow, you’d know that a look, in this case, was worth more than a thousand words. In case you were napping during your non-verbal communication courses in college (I […]

Posted by admin On Oct - 8 - 2010 Add Comments READ FULL POST