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‘Seek and Destroy’: Twitter Reaction to Another Penn State Wrestling Win

Carter Starocci, Penn State Wrestling
Photo by NCAA: Carter Starocci

Penn State wrestling wins a lot.

It won again Friday night in Piscataway, New Jersey, beating Rutgers, 33-8.

No. 1 Penn State (14-0, 7-0 Big Ten) has now won 42 straight Big Ten dual meets.

The team has one more Big Ten dual meet, which is Sunday against Maryland at Rec Hall. After that, Penn State ends its regular season Sunday, Feb. 19, in non-conference meet against Clarion at home. From there, Penn State will prepare for the Big Ten Championships, scheduled for March 4-5 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Here’s what the people of Twitter had to say about another dominant Penn State wrestling win.

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