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Trost.They all constantly offer encour-
agetlent and push the wrestlers.
"Sometimes, I lay off when I know
wrestlers are cursing my name under
their breath," McFarland said. "But
they need to be exposed to a high level
of physical and mental stress. We often
push them further than they'd like to
go. This develops mental toughness."
After the 25-minute go I too was
tempted to start cursing names;
McFarland, Gonzalez, myself (for
deciding to do this story). But there
was no time for that. Instead, we wres-
tled from certain positions and situa-
tions (ten seconds left in a match down
by one point, in on a high crouch take-
down, needing to finish the move, top
and bottom). This provided Gonzalez
with five more minutes to destroy me
in all aspects of the sport. After which
we did hand-fighting for three minutes.
For hand-fighting I was paired with
Robie, a one-time NCAA finalist, still
in top condition and allegedly tough
enough to give Olson a bout. I was try-
ing to fight Robie, but I'could feel my
legs giving out. I made it through after
falling numerous times.
Finally we ran and finished off with
a 10-minute circuit workout in the
weight room. In high school, I was
always the best-conditioned kid on the
team and as a lightweight I'd run circles

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games put out by
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around the heavier guys. So I was a bit
shocked by people at all weights pass-
ing me, many on numerous occasions.
After the weight workout, the varsity
team gathered for a cheer. For this I
stood aside thinking that huddles are
sacred to the team. However,
McFarland wanted me to be totally
emersed in the practice, and he invited
me to throw my hands in the huddle. I

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realized then one reason the wrestlers
work so hard. They are a team and they
are all competing not just for them-
selves but for each other. Their hard
work this season has resulted in a 17-3-
1 dual meet record including a victory
over the six-time defending national
champion Iowa Hawkeyes.
"We're in the top three teams in the
country in terms of conditioning,"
Grant said.
Despite the sacrifices, wrestlers are
aware of how special their accomplish-
ments are.
"I started feeling like I was already
missing it," fifth-year senior captain
Joe Degain said. "Sometimes you curse
what you had to go through. I know it's
all worth it though. It's a decision I
made when I came here so I never
questioned if it was worth it."
And despite the pounding I took in
my day as a wrestler, it was quite worth
it for me.

Sony Entertainment America
Slick graphics and great control make "Offroad Fury" a winner for the Playstation
2 and its maker, Sony.

Offroad Fury."
In "ATV," up to four players can
take part in high speed, mud-tearing
fun. Gainers will be up to their knees
in options with over 20 tracks to race
on, which take place in the desert,
snow and even at stadiums. At these
courses, gamers can either choose to
partake in a race mode similar to other
classic racing titles, such as "Mario
Kart 64" and "Wave Race;" or try
their best to perform jaw-dropping
tricks.
Sounds good so far? The good news
is that the options are just the tip of the

iceberg. With the help of Rainbow
Studios, the makers of the top-notch
"Microsoft Motorcross Madness"
series for the PC, Sony has gotten
themselves a title with outstanding
game control and physics. From mak-
ing turns to getting mad hang-time off
jumps, gamers have complete control
over their all-terrain vehicle. In addi-
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Speaking of wipeouts, "Offroad Fury"
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a game. As gamers yell "Whoa" with

every crash, they will also fear riding
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Outside of incredible gameplay,
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showcase your PS2. The graphics in
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are some of the best yet on the system.
"ATV's" background environments
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a very good frame-rate. Even better is
the fact that "ATV Offroad Fury" has
an adrenaline-pumping soundtrack,
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in Chains and even "Spoonman" by
Soundgarden. Rock on, Sony!

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