Jason Nolf Goes Beast Mode On A Cradle In PSU Dual Farewell
In a fitting end to his Nittany Lion dual career, #1 in the nation at 157 Jason Nolf, the point scoring machine, pinned his opponent Kyle Todrank of Buffalo in a third period cradle. With the win, Nolf will finish his college career undefeated in dual meets, an impressive and fitting accomplishment. The match was Nolf 58th career win by fall.
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The match started like most Nolf matches, with him deep in on a leg, but the very game Todrank gave him a lot of resistance and was able to scramble to the edge where they reset with no takedown. Another patented PSU overtie-ankle pick, finished to a high crotch through a crackdown, brought him two points, followed by another takedown off a go-behind and another off an ankle pick. Add in another blast double leg, and Nolf entered the second period up 8-3.
The second period didn't slow down, with a bent leg turkadding 4 nearfall points. Todrank shot again but gave up a go behind and a stall point to make it 15-5 after two periods.
Todrank started the third period underneath and scored a rare reversal, before Nolf escaped and came on very strong with a nearside cradle, horsing Todrank to his back for the fall before saying goodbye to the PSU faithful in attendance.
Congratulations on the great dual career, Jason!
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