For some people, four years just isn’t enough.
When it comes to reinventing the wheel, Penn athletes hope to usher in a new era of transportation.
The saying in wrestling may go “sweep the legs,” but the grappling that took place at Sunday’s Keystone Classic left onlookers’ legs rooted to the spot in suspense.
At the start of last season, most sentences involving C.J. Cobb ended in a question mark. But after finishing one win shy of All-American status in 2015, Cobb provided the answers to those questions and planted the seeds for what is set to be a limitless swan song for the Red and Blue.
There’s an aura of familiarity surrounding Penn wrestling this season.
The Palestra is usually called the Cathedral of College Basketball. A new sport, however, is prepared to take ownership of that storied arena.