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Sudden History moves from the East Coast to the Midwest to talk MAC wrestling in the latest preview. With additions from Missouri, Northern Iowa and Old Dominion over the past few seasons, this has become one of the toughest leagues in the nation.
We start off by talking to Buffalo Head Coach John Stutzman. The Bulls leader has a enthusiasm about Buffalo wrestling and his student-athletes that is evident from just ten seconds of listening. Listen to the entire interview though, as Coach Stutzman talks about how Buffalo's next All-American's are likely already in the room.
Next we speak to the dean of MAC Coaches, Central Michigan's Tom Borrelli. Prior to Missouri and Northern Iowa's arrival the Chippewas were the consistent leader of the conference. Coach Borrelli discusses getting back to that level and the upper echelon of NCAA teams in general.
Northern Illinois Head Coach Ryan Ludwig stops by to about his team. The Huskies come off a season in which they qualified their highest number of wrestlers for Nationals since 2007. With a strong group returning NIU may be a darkhorse this season.
We finish with Missouri Associate Head Coach Alex Clemsen. Tigerstyle wrestling will likely dominate the conference and challenge for a National Title. Coach Clemsen talks about Olympic Bronze Medalist J'Den Cox, the excitement over the upcoming season and how his team will wrestle one of the most difficult schedules in the country.
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