Michigan coach Joe McFarland retired after his team finished fourth in the NCAA Championships.
No. 2 Adam Coon and No. 1 Kyle Snyder went to war Sunday night.
Though the Wolverines took some key matchups, they ultimately fell to Ohio State.
At times, it looked like a training exercise.
To the delight of the crowd in Cliff Keen Arena, nine out of 10 matches ended with Michigan wrestler’s hands in the air — and all but one of those victories was decisive.
When word came that two-time team captain and All-American heavyweight Adam Coon was returning for his final year of eligibility following an injury-riddled season, Joe McFarland knew it would be a huge bonus for his team both on and off the mat.
The Daily assesses the wrestling team and reflected over the major takeaways from the meet.
Michigan secured a win over No. 15 Nebraska by winning matches in seven weight classes.
Michigan got a big upset over No. 4 Iowa on Saturday.
The Wolverines compete weekly for control over a replica of Thor's hammer, Mjolnir.
The Wolverines beat Wisconsin by taking seven out of ten weight classes.