Andrew Carpenean-US PRESSWIRE
Live discussion of Session 2 of the 2013 NCAA Division I collegiate wrestling tournament, taking place at the Wells Fargo Center in Des Moines, Iowa from 7 p.m. ET. Penn State narrowly lead Oklahoma State in team standings, with Minnesota and Iowa close behind.
Join us at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. ET / 11 p.m. GMT for Session 1 of the 2013 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship, live from the Wells Fargo Center in Des Moines, Iowa.
Several upsets happened during Session 1 this afternoon with nearly 20 seeded wrestlers losing to their unseeded opponents. Penn State are narrowly in the lead on team points, with Oklahoma State nipping at their heels, and the team title is still anybody's ball game.
Those in the USA can watch via ESPN 3, also available as a live stream via ESPN.com. For those in the UK, a day or month pass subscription option is available at ESPNPlayer.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 (NB: the College Pass schedule only currently has NCAA Wrestling coverage for Thursday and Friday, with no sign as yet of the semi-finals, medal round and finals on Saturday.)
For those outside the USA and unable to get a College Pass subscription from ESPN, reduced coverage may be available at Flowrestling.org and TheMat.com in the form of live audio play-by-play.