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**Disclaimer** — The featured image above is not from THON 2021. It was taken in February 2020 before the coronavirus pandemic began. This weekend, THON dancers, volunteers, and supporters are at home and attending virtually.
Welcome to THON Weekend 2021, folks.
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Sunday, February 21
No Iowa-Penn State this Friday. Cue the sad trombone.
The top-ranked Hawkeyes are on pause for the time being, which means Friday’s highly-anticipated dual against the third-ranked Nittany Lions won’t happen. That’s a shame — for both fan bases but also for general wrestling fans at large, too.
But fear not, there are plenty of other options this weekend.
If ACC wrestling is your thing — and it should be after last Friday’s tremendous dual between Virginia Tech and North Carolina State — this weekend’s slate features Virginia Tech-Pitt and Duke-NC State on Friday, plus Virginia-North Carolina on Saturday.
United States of College Basketball 2020-21: Where every team ranks in each state, from top to bottom
All votes are in, all precincts have reported.
I’ve seen enough.
It’s time to look at one more map of this country, but the most colorful, competitive and uplifting one. The 2020-21 edition of the United States of College Basketball is back. Each state (with the exception of Alaska, which does not have a Division I program) is represented by logo with the best projected team in each state. There were some extremely close races this year — and then there were the blowouts.
College basketball’s season starts Wednesday. This is the final look, one last canvass across