The American wrestlers need someone to give them their swagger back after a disappointing Olympic Games.
Good for them that Jordan Burroughs wrestles on Friday.
The U.S., which has won just one bronze medal in five days of wrestling competition, is hoping that it's men's freestyle team can restore some pride for the wrestling program as a whole.
The Americans likely won't have a better shot at gold than Jordan Burroughs, the defending world champion at 74 kilograms.
Burroughs is so confident about his chances that his Twitter handle is (at)alliseeisgold.
''I feel as if I wrestle my best, there's no one that can beat me in the world. I feel like I'm the best wrestler in the world,'' Burroughs said.
There's quite a few of his rivals that'll have something to say about that.
Burroughs burst onto the international scene by beating Russia's Denis Tsargush on his way to the world title last year in Istanbul. But Tsargush won the two previous world championships in 2009 and 2010 and...