Division I Brackets to be Broken Down Tomorrow Night 7 CST
“Takedown Wrestling and KXNO are very excited to broadcast this show again for the fans of college wrestling. It’s a way for us to bring the family of wrestling media together for 1 night to offer opinions and insight”. said Scott Casber.
Host and Takedown Wrestling founder, Scott Casber, will be joined by in studio co-hosts Steve Foster, Jeff Murphy, Ryan Freeman, Bob Selby and Geoff Murtha as they breakdown the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships brackets.
Special guests include former NCAA champion and Hall of Famer Wade Schalles a two-time NCAA National Champion who holds multiple records in the sport including holding the Guinness Book of World Records title for most amateur wrestling wins and pins, and is the creator of several of wrestling’s most notorius moves – including the Spladle and the Cement Mixer. Master statistician Britt Malinski will help with the subtle nuances of all the numbers and NCAA Division I Wrestling committee chair, Derek Van Der Merwe
In addition the following distinguished panel of guests from the top wrestling websites and broadcasts around the country will take part in the three-hour broadcast:
Chad Wiltsey – theWrestlingTalk.com in studio
Andrew Hipps – IntermatWrestle.com
Jason Bryant – TheMat.com
Eric Betterman – TheOpenMat.com
Bill Miller – LightHouseWrestling.com
Earl Smith – D1CollegeWrestling.net
Tim Johnson – IPTV, Big 10, NCAA Broadcasters
Jim Gibbons – IPTV, Big 10, NCAA Broadcasters
Jeff Byers – Penn State Penn State
Mark Ironside – University of Iowa
Roger Moore – Oklahoma State/NCAA.com
Steve Lomangino – Lehigh University
GT Taylor – Arizona State
Fans are encouraged to interact with ON AIR hosts through Facebook at facebook.com/ncaawrestling. Chad Wiltsey from theWrestlingTalk.com will be manning the facebook pages. Questions submitted through Facebook with be answered by the studio hosts throughout the show.
3 Ways to Listen
I Heart Radio app on your Smart phone, select Sports Radio/KXNO
Takedown Wrestling and Des Moines Sports Station KXNO will again play host to the annual NCAA Championships Preview Show on Wednesday, March 9 from 7 – 10 p.m. (CST). on KXNO.com, NCAA.com or through the I Heart Radio app on your Smart phone (select sports radio/KXNO)