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Topic - Cael Sanderson
Things weren't perfect for Penn State on opening day at the NCAA wrestling championships, but the Nittany Lions still are in position to win their fourth straight national title.
Penn State's Lorenzo Wrestling Complex was nearly empty an hour before the Nittany Lions' scheduled practice on Tuesday, save for a few familiar faces.
Gardner and nearly everyone else associated with the sport in the U.S. were jolted Tuesday when International Olympic Committee leaders dropped wrestling from the Summer Games.
Cael Sanderson spent the past seven years teaching Jake Varner how to be a world champion — and he was there Sunday when Varner joined him as an Olympic gold medalist.
"We are grateful for the opportunity," Penn State coach Cael Sanderson said. "Our kids did a fantastic job today. We knew we had our hands full with Minnesota. They were killing it."
"Anyone who has watched David Taylor or Ed Ruth wrestle is an instant wrestling fan," Sanderson said. "These guys are fun to watch. Their motion is non-stop, they are fluid and they are tough and they wrestle with passion and fire. You need heroes like that to build your sport. To be able to finish off the way they did is pretty amazing."