Penn State have improved to 13-0 this season with a dominant victory over Ohio State. Penn State, the top ranked team in the country, looked strong throughout as they bested last years champions. Some 15,983 fans turned up to the Bryce Jordan Center and they weren't to be disappointed as the The Nittany Lions strolled to an overall victory over the ever-tough Buckeyes.
While the home team would reign victorious, it was the away team that would draw first blood. In the opening match, Ohio State's number 1 ranked Nathan Tomasello picked up a victory over Nico Megaludis, but that was a rare glimpse of success in an overall disappointing day for the Buckeyes.
Following a dominant evening for The Nittany Lions, world champion Kyle Snyder, took to the mat to restore some face for the Buckeyes scoring a technical fall over Jan Johnson in the closing match of the evening.
Check out the full results below from BTN.com, plus highlights at the top of the page:
NO. 1 PENN STATE 23, NO. 3 OHIO STATE 14
125: #1 Nathan Tomasello OSU dec. #4 Nico Megaludis PSU, 3-1 / 0-3
133: #5 Jordan Conaway PSU dec. #10 Johnni DiJulius OSU, 8-4 / 3-3
141: #4 Micah Jordan OSU dec. #14 Jimmy Gulibon PSU, 6-3 / 3-6
149: #1 Zain Retherford PSU pinned Sal Marandino OSU, WBF (2:31) / 9-6
157: #1 Jason Nolf PSU maj. dec. #11 Jake Ryan OSU, 19-6 / 13-6
165: #2 Bo Jordan OSU dec. Geno Morelli PSU, 3-2 / 13-9
174: #1 Bo Nickal PSU dec. #14 Myles Martin OSU, 11-5 / 16-9 184: #9 Matt McCutcheon PSU dec. #13 Kenny Courts OSU, 4-0 / 19-9
197: #1 Morgan McIntosh PSU tech fall Josh Fox OSU, 24-9 (TF; 7:00) / 24-9
285: #2 Kyle Snyder OSU tech fall Jan Johnson PSU, 24-9 (TF; 4:00) / 24-14