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BSB Reprints: Ohio State Wrestler Kevin Randleman Wins Back-To-Back National Championships

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Former Ohio State standout Kevin Randleman was recently selected for pioneer wing of the UFC Hall of Fame in the 2020 class. We delved through the Buckeye Sports Bulletin archives and uncovered several stories on Randleman during his dominant tenure as an Ohio State wrestler. 

Randleman was a freshman phenom in Columbus, finishing his first season as a runner-up at the national championships. The Sandusky, Ohio, native went on to win back-to-back national championships at 177 pounds before his hall of fame professional career.

This installment of BSB Reprints features in-depth coverage of Randleman’s career in scarlet and gray with 10 pages of stories on the former standout who became a UFC hall of famer. 

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