Ohio State wrestling honors Kosta Karageorge as it wins title

As Ohio State won its first team wrestling national title on Saturday, its wrestlers wore the initials of Kosta Karageorge on their uniforms.

The team wore "KK" in a black band on above the left chest of their uniforms.

After going missing in November, Karageorge was found dead in a dumpster from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was a walk-on on the Ohio State football team and also a member of the wrestling team.

En route to its national championship in January, Ohio State football players wore stickers with Karageorge's number on their helmets and teammate Michael Bennett wore Karageorge's No. 53.

As the Buckeyes won the national wrestling title on Saturday, Logan Stieber became the fourth NCAA wrestler to win national titles in all four of his seasons.

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