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‘HELL YEAH’: Twitter Reaction From Penn State Wrestling’s Big Ten Title Win

Photo by Eddie Provident, Nittany Sports Now

ANN ARBOR, MI— Penn State wrestling did what Penn State wrestling does this weekend in Ann Arbor.

It had been longer than some might have thought since Penn State win its last Big Ten championship.

But this weekend, Cael Sanderson’s empire won its first team conference title since 2019.

Individually, Penn State had four Big Ten champions. Roman-Bravo Young (133-pound class) and Aaron Brooks (184) won their third Big Ten titles, Carter Starocci (174) won his second and freshman sensation Levi Haines (57) won his first.

Here’s how the people Twitter reaction to the kings reclaiming their conference throne.



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