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Where to watch Penn State wrestling during the 2023/24 season

With Penn State wrestling season right around the corner, here is where you can watch the Nittany Lions this upcoming season.

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Feb 10, 2023; Piscataway, NJ, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Cael Sanderson (center) looks on during the match against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Jersey Mike’s Arena. Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Penn State Wrestling is one of the most dominant teams in all of college sports. The back-to-back defending national champions look to 3-peat for the third time in the Cael Sanderson era as the head coach of the Nittany Lions. Penn State Wrestling now knows their TV schedule for the 2023/24 season.

Season Expectations

This could be one of the most dominant teams that we have seen in the Cael Sanderson era. Penn State has all 10 wrestlers ranked within the top 30 of their weight classes in the preseason InterMat rankings. Eight of those wrestlers are ranked in the top 5 and four are ranked No. 1 in their respective weight classes. Currently, the tournament point projections have the Nittany Lions at 141.5 with second place being a tie between Missouri and Virginia Tech each with 65. The most points the Nittany Lions have ever scored in the NCAA Tournament was 146.5 in 2017. Penn State picked up 5 individual nation champions that season in addition to the team title. The all-time NCAA Tournament points record is 170 by Iowa in 1997. This team has the talent to get close to that record if healthy.

Where to watch Penn State wrestling during the 2023/24 season

Penn State wrestling looks to continue its dominance and the season will kick off with the 2023/24 campaign with the Journeymen Wrestling tournament on November 12th. Fans will be able to watch the Nittany Lions often this year on TV with 7 of their 12 duals on the Big Ten Network.

Dec 3rd vs Lehigh 2 pm ET BTN

Jan 19th @ Michigan 6 pm ET BTN

Jan 28th @ Maryland 12 pm ET BTN

Feb 2nd vs Ohio State 6:30 pm ET BTN

Feb 9th @ Iowa 9 pm ET BTN

Feb 12th vs Rutgers (BJC) 7 pm ET BTN

Feb 18th vs Nebraska 4 pm ET BTN



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Patrick is the Social Media Director and a staff writer for Basic Blues Nation. He covers Penn State football, wrestling, basketball, and ice hockey. Patrick is a Penn State alum, graduating in 2020. The Sweda family started getting Penn State Football tickets in 1966 and Patrick has attended over 170 games in his lifetime. He currently lives in Lancaster County Pennsylvania with his dog Newman.

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