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University of Illinois junior Jesse Delgado won his second straight 125-pound NCAA wrestling title with a 3-2 decision over No. 2 seed Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) on March 22, 2014 in Oklahoma City.

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34 COMMENTS

  1. This match was bull sht. The winner did not deserve the victory. I wrestled from K thru college and that is my opinion. Cornell needs some coaching on how to close the take down. Allowing the same squirly counter four times Neither wrestler looked like champions at all to me. Very non-typical..

  2. This match must've been a nightmare to officiate. Those calls were tough, although with the way Delgado rolls through with his defense, I can see why all of those challenges were not takedowns. A High school ref would've called takedowns here.

  3. Honestly, I think the way Delgado wrestles is super fucking gay. All he does is scramble, and that's literally the only reason he won. The first 2 shots from garret should've counted, considering he took Delgado to his back.

  4. the first shot of the match the referee interfered . he was about to get back points. I think that referee make wrestler quit the sport. clear case of referee interference.

    both guys are good but the referee is the third opponent

  5. Great to see two Cali boys battling it out in the NCAA finals.. For some reason, not too many kids from California have become successful at the collegiate level despite the fact that they did well in high school, also considering the fact that CA is one of the toughest to win a state title in.. Its all about the kids that were state champs out of PA, Ohio, Iowa, etc.. I remember these two in HS and many more that were just as successful but the rest just seemed to fade away as soon as college hit them… Hopefully more and more Cali boys represent more in the future of NCAA..

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