NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships Quarter Finals Live Discussion

March 14, 2012; St. Louis, MO, USA; A general exterior view of the Scottrade Center a day prior to the 2012 division I wrestling championships. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Carpenean-US PRESSWIRE

Join us at 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT / 3 p.m. GMT for day 2 of the 2012 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship, live from the Scottrade Center in St Louis, Missouri.

Those in the USA can watch via ESPN 3 and ESPN U, also available as a live stream via ESPN.com. For those in the UK, a day or month pass subscription option is available at ESPN.com for the College Sports option: £8.99 for the day, or £17.99 for the month, which is the option I've gone with to watch live.

For those outside the USA and unable to get a College Pass subscription from ESPN, reduced coverage is available at Flowrestling.org and TheMat.com in the form of live audio play-by-play.

For results and a recap of yesterdays action, be sure to check out my coverage on Session 1 and Session 2. You can also still check out the brackets and my preview from earlier in the week, as well as a look at past NCAA champions that have found success in the UFC.

Can Penn State maintain their team points lead? Will the University of Minnesota mount a come back? Be sure to check in with us in the comments, and see who everyone is talking about and thinks has what it takes to be future UFC champions and contenders.

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