Iowa 125-pounder Spencer Lee talks about why he loves Hawkeye wrestling after the true freshman won a national title. Cody Goodwin/Hawk Central
If you hadn't heard, Spencer Lee is NCAA national champion at 125 pounds.
The Hawkeyes' phenom ran roughshod over former national and major-conference champions alike en route to becoming Iowa's first true-freshman NCAA title-holder first since 1993.
And of course, the internet couldn't get enough.
"I want to be, the very best/Like no one ever was" - Spencer Lee, probably
(In case you're not familiar with the work of Ash Ketchum...)
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Adding a dog to your Spencer Lee tweet is how you internet correctly, folks.
Is this good? It sounds good.
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- Inside the decision to pull freshman phenom's redshirt
- Lee scores 18 points in 101 seconds in NCAA debut
What else is there to say?
She's asking nicely.
Apparently, the Hawkeye freshman was trying to outscore whole other teams, as well as his opponents.
Native Iowan and two-time PGA major champion Zach Johnson kept his adulation simple.
Big muscles, bigger heart.
We have a feeling this list could get longer.
Well, according to the singlet, he's a Hawkeye, but this works, too.