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Oklahoma State wrestling: ESPN to re-air 2013 NCAA finals Sunday

Jordan Oliver and Chris Perry win individual championships, but Oklahoma State comes up short of claiming the team title.

2013 NCAA Division 1 Westling Championships Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images

Do you want to re-live Oklahoma State’s Jordan Oliver and Chris Perry winning a NCAA title?

You can at 11 a.m. Sunday when ESPN re-airs the 2013 NCAA Wrestling Championship finals as part of their 11-hour marathon of wrestling content.

Perry claimed his first of two titles with a 2-1 win in a tiebreaker against Penn State’s Matt Brown at 174. It was a big win for OSU in the team race as well but it wasn’t enough to fend off the Nittany Lions, who won the next two titles to all but lock up their third-straight team title by only four points against the Cowboys.

Oliver claimed his second NCAA title against a Boise State wrestler with a 3-2 win against Jason Chamberlain at 149 pounds. Oliver wrestled his first three seasons at 133 with a fourth-place finish, NCAA title (8-4 win against BSU’s Andrew Hochstrasser) and a NCAA runner-up finish in a controversial 4-3 loss to Ohio State’s Logan Stieber.

The finals closed with Cornell’s Kyle Dake becoming the first wrestler to win four NCAA titles in four different weight classes with a 5-4 win against PSU’s David Taylor.

2013 NCAA finals results

125: Jesse Delgado (Illinois) dec. Nico Megaludis (Penn State), 7-4
133: Logan Stieber (Ohio State) dec. Tony Ramos (Iowa), 7-4
141: Kendric Maple (Oklahoma) dec. Mitchell Port (Edinboro), 4-3
149: Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) dec. Jason Chamberlain (Boise State), 3-2
157: Derek St. John (Iowa) dec. Jason Welch (Northwestern), 3-2
165: Kyle Dake (Cornell) dec. David Taylor (Penn State), 5-4
174: Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) dec. Matt Brown (Penn State), 2-1 TB
184: Ed Ruth (Penn State) maj. dec. Robert Hamlin (Lehigh), 12-4
197: Quentin Wright (Penn State) dec. Dustin Kilgore (Kent State), 8-6
285: Tony Nelson (Minnesota) dec. Mike McMullan (Northwestern), 6-2