BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Fourth-ranked Nebraska won its fourth straight Big Ten dual, rolling past Indiana 35-6 Sunday.
The Huskers won eight of the 10 matches, including six with bonus points. CJ Red opened the dual by pinning Eddie Bolivar in the first minute of their 141-pound match, and Mikey Labriola (174) recorded a pin 52 seconds into his match.
Nebraska also got a technical fall from Taylor Venz (184) and major decisions from Peyton Robb (157), Eric Schultz (197) and heavyweight Christian Lance.
In the only matchup between ranked opponents, Indiana’s Graham Rooks, No. 14 at 149, edged No. 16 Collin Purinton 3-2, with the winning point coming when Purinton was called for stalling in the third period.
Nebraska hosts its final home dual of the season Friday against No. 22 Michigan.
141 pounds: CJ Red, NU, pinned Eddie Bolivar, :53. 149: Graham Rooks, IU, dec. Collin Purinton, 3-2. 157: Peyton Robb, NU, major dec. Fernie Silva, 9-1. 165: Jake Silverstein, NU, dec. Dillon Hoey, 11-7. 174: Mikey Labriola, NU, pinned Diego Lemley, :52. 184: Taylor Venz, NU, tech. fall Jacob Hinz, 15-0. 197: Eric Schultz, NU, major dec. Nick Willham, 18-6. 285: Christian Lance, NU, major dec. Jake Kliemola, 12-4. 125: Liam Cronin, IU, dec. Alex Thomsen, 4-1. 133: Ridge Lovett, NU, dec. Cayden Rooks, 4-2.