Record-setting San Jose State quarterback David Fales will be an in-studio guest Sunday night on GameDay, the KPIX-TV (Channel 5) sports magazine show.
Fales, the nation's most accurate passer for 2012, will join weekend sports anchor Vern Glenn at 11:30 p.m. to discuss the Spartans' 11-2 season, top-25 ranking and recent Military Bowl win over Bowling Green.
Mango (13-0) began the day with a 13-6 decision over Michigan's Rossi Bruno. The St. Louis, Mo., native then recorded a 16-5 major decision over 13th-ranked Levi Wolfensperger of Northern Iowa. In the quarterfinals, Mango defeated fourth-ranked AJ Schopp of Edinboro 4-2 in overtime to reach the semifinals.
Mango will face Wisconsin's Jesse Theilke on Sunday for a chance to compete for the 133-pound Midlands title.
Eleven other Stanford wrestlers competed Saturday, but all have been eliminated from the tournament. Freshman Jim Wilson finished 2-2 at 165 pounds.
Wildcat Moon collared stablemate Eight Stitches in midstretch and then inched away from the favorite in the final yards to win the $30,318 sprint feature at Golden Gate Fields.
Both are trained by Jeff Bonde. Wildcat Moon, ridden by Dennis Carr, edged Eight Stitches, the 3-to-5 choice ridden by Russell Baze, by three-quarters of a length.