The Minnesota Golden Gophers fell to second place in the team title race after Sunday morning's third session at the 2012 Big Ten wrestling championships, but four wrestlers will be able to change that as they compete for a title in Sunday afternoon's final session. In an added bonus, the championships will be televised live on the Big Ten Network beginning at 2 p.m.
The four Gophers still in the hunt for a championship are Zach Sanders as he competes for the 125-pound championship against Matt McDonough of the Iowa Hawkeyes and Dylan Ness in the 149-pound championship against Penn State Nittany Lions wrestler Frank Molinaro.
Logan Storley is in the 174-pound championship against top-seed Ed Ruth out of Penn State while Kevin Steinhaus will look to defend his top seed in the 184-pound match against Nebraska Cornhuskers wrestler Josh Inhen.
In addition, Nick Dardanes and Sonny Yohn will compete for third place in their divisions while Cody Yohn and Chris Dardanes compete for fifth place.