NCAA Wrestling Champion Austin O'Connor To Move Up In Weight, Predicts "Stacked" Lineup For UNC


149-pound NCAA wrestling champion Austin O'Connor revealed his plans for next season and the possibility of another national champion transferring to UNC. "I'm definitely going up to 157. Last year I was cutting a good bit of weight every week. I think our team is going to be pretty stacked next year. We’re going to have a solid lineup all the way through." (247 Sports)

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