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Date & time Sep 22 '17
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Rutgers wrestling tops Illinois in Top 12 showdown to the wire

PISCATAWAY John Van Brill did the highly improbable and the Rutgers wrestling team made just enough of the possible happen.

Van Brill erased a seven point deficit with a pin and heavyweight Razohnn Gross' victory in a winner take all heavyweight bout sealed the deal for No. 11 Rutgers in a thrilling 19 17 victory against No. 12 Illinois in its first match of the season at the Rutgers Athletics Center.

In the final bout before the intermission, 157 pounder Van Brill trailed 7 0 against 2015 Big Ten third place finisher Kyle knock off van cleef and arpels necklace Langenderfer. But Van Brill, who has four ranked wins, flipped the script with a second period takedown that turned into a fall.

"I don't remember having one of those here," coach Scott Goodale said. "I don't remember being dominated 7 0 and coming back and having a fall. It's very rare."

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The nine point swing gave Rutgers a 13 6 lead. That was just enough.

"Last time I went down 6 0, I van cleef and arpels alhambra necklace replica kind of hung my head a little bit," Van Brill said. "This time I kept my head up. I knew I could win the match. I was just looking for my opportunity."

Gross a former football player who was dismissed from the program with four then teammates in September 2015 scored a 3 2 decision over Deuce Rachal. It was the signature moment in his comeback effort.

"It was really emotional," Gross said. "I knew my team needed me. I just love these guys. I'm so happy they accepted me into the program."

Rutgers (7 1, 2 0) was hurt when Anthony Giraldo lost a tight battle at 149 and Phil Bakuckas and Nicholas Gravina suffered back to back losses in sudden victory periods.

Bakuckas who has suffered more than his fair share of heartbreaking losses against ranked opponents over the years held a 1 0 lead midway through the third period on No. 12 Zac Brunson.

But Brunson escaped to tie the score, then scored a takedown as a quiet match suddenly turned aggressive with wrestlers flipping onto their backs in overtime.

Whereas Bakuckas was shooting for a major upset, No. 11 Gravina dropped an 8 6 decision to No. 14 Emery Parker in a bout that was as even as the rankings suggest.

Rutgers true freshman Brandon Paetzell got a proper introduction to the lively crowd at the RAC with a thrilling finish to his 125 bout.

Trailing 1 0 until an escape with about 35 seconds remaining in the third period, Paetzell finished off the comeback with a two point takedown just before the clock expired to force overtime.

Illinois lost a replay challenge, which only allowed the crowd to explode a second time when Paetzell's 3 1 decision was cemented.

As if feeding off the momentum, Scott DelVecchio scored a quick takedown to take the surprising lead over No. 4 Zane Richards.

The score was tied 5 5 at the end of the second period but Richards scored three third period points and had riding time, which was enough to hold off DelVecchio when he scored a late two point reversal.

Coming off a third place finish at the Midland Championships, No. 6 Anthony Ashnault methodically took care of business with an 11 0 major decision that included a remarkable five minutes of riding time.

Ashnault, who was out of practice because of a 48 hour flu, improved to 15 3.

Goodale went with Giraldo over the higher ranked 149 pounder Ken Theobold. Giraldo built a 3 1 lead but lost 5 3 as Illinois closed its deficit to 7 6 knowing it had two of its biggest weapons waiting in the wings.

"Every tournament we've been in, Giraldo has done a little better," Goodale said. "I know how good Kenny is. I know how dangerous Kenny is. I know how hard he wrestles. That's a very difficult decision for this staff: To not wrestle Kenny Theobold. But Giraldo earned that start tonight."

Out of the intermission, Illinois' two time defending national champion Isaiah Martinez one upped Ashnault his counterpart as the decorated star in the lineup by scoring five points. Martinez recorded a 24 8 technical fall against Willie Scott.

It was the first of three straight wins for Illinois (1 1, 0 1).

"We've got two guys ´╗┐replica van cleef arpels jewelry who haven't won very much at the back of our lineup," Goodale said, "and it's coming down to them."

Matthew Correnti a true fresman just like Paetzell stopped the streak with a 16 12 decision at 197 pounds, setting up Gross to steal the spotlight.

Rutgers caught a break because Illinois did not wrestle nationally ranked heavyweight Brooks Black.

It was the second all time meeting between the schools. Illinois prevailed, 24 9, at home on Jan. 9, 2015.

Rutgers opened its Big Ten schedule by beating Maryland before the New Year but is just hitting the grind, with a visit to No.4 Ohio State set for Sunday followed by next Friday's match at No. 3 Penn State.

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