Penn State was led by champions David Taylor (165) and Zain Retherford (141), topping Oklahoma State by 34.5 points. Cornell's Gabe Dean upset PSU star Ed Ruth at 185.
The Gophers lead the Nittany Lions by a half point, with the Cowboys another three points behind after day one in Chattanooga.
The Grand View Vikings held No. 1 for the third time this season and the 12th straight poll as the top wrestling team in the NAIA.
Thomas Gilman (125), Derek St. John (158) and Mike Evans (174) were Hawkeye champions. UNI's Joe Colon (133) was Outstanding Wrestler
51st Midlands Championships Live Audio Broadcast from Evanston, Ill. Dec 29-30
The Big Ten Network will have live finals coverage, while Takedown Media will provide live audio on TheMat.com both days
It was a historic year for wrestling, led by the fight for Olympic status, and featuring many incredible achievements by amazing athletes and teams.
Preseeds in all 10 weight classes for the 51st annual Ken Kraft Midlands Championships have been released.
Powerful Penn State looks strong in dominant dual win over Iowa
Nebraska and Wyoming headline a tough college field, and the depth in the high school field is truly amazing.
There are three new No. 1 ranked wrestlers this month: Helen Maroulis (pictured), Rachel McFarland and Jenna McLatchy
Jason Bryant of Amateur Wrestling News and Oklahoma head coach Mark Cody are the guests On The Mat this week.
Penn State is the unanimous No. 1 for the first time this year. The top six teams remained the same this week.
Oklahoma State defeats Wyoming 30-6 as Perry earns 100th career victory
Oklahoma State tops Northern Colorado 48-0