It's been a tough Big Ten season for Brandon Meredith, as he ended up the last seed at the Big Ten Tournament. When he took the mat against No. 3 Pat McKee (Minnesota), who is ranked No. 11 nationally, he was expected to get beaten comfortably. It's a good thing Brandon Meredith didn't listen to the critics.
Brandon Meredith is now one win from being an NCAA qualifier.
yooooo. Penn State's Brandon Meredith opened this thing by taking out Minnesota's third-seeded Pat McKee. let's get weird! #B1GWrestle— Cody Goodwin (@codygoodwin) March 7, 2020
Let's get as weird as we can.
BRANDON MEREDITH— Clay Sauertieg (@ByCSauertieg) March 7, 2020
That is his name.
Some people were celebrating.
Congratulations.. now you get Spencer Lee— David Bridge Jr (@DavidBridgeJr) March 7, 2020
Some people don't know how brackets work.
Brandon Meredith will take on No. 6 seed Michael DeAugustino in the quarterfinals.