Sophomore 197-pounder J’den Cox (top, wrestling Iowa’s Nathan Burak on Feb. 22 in the National Duals finals), 32-0, who is the reigning national champion at his weight, and Missouri shouldn’t have much trouble wrapping a third straight MAC title and fourth straight conference crown overall, including the 2012 Big 12 championship.
Sophomore 197-pounder J’den Cox (top, wrestling Iowa’s Nathan Burak on Feb. 22 in the National Duals finals), 32-0, who is the reigning national champion at his weight, and Missouri shouldn’t have much trouble wrapping a third straight MAC title and fourth straight conference crown overall, including the 2012 Big 12 championship. File photo by David Scrivner The Associated Press
Sophomore 197-pounder J’den Cox (top, wrestling Iowa’s Nathan Burak on Feb. 22 in the National Duals finals), 32-0, who is the reigning national champion at his weight, and Missouri shouldn’t have much trouble wrapping a third straight MAC title and fourth straight conference crown overall, including the 2012 Big 12 championship. File photo by David Scrivner The Associated Press
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Missouri wrestling not satisfied with day-one dominance at MAC championships

March 08, 2015 1:00 AM