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A new man

Most athletes make great strides from their first year to the second. A year in the weight room--and at the training table--can work wonders on a growing youngster. That has certainly been true for Jeremy Clark. <br><br>"I don't think I'm even the same athlete I was last year," Clark said.

"In many ways I'm better," he continued. "I'm stronger and a little bit quicker. And I have a whole different mindset than when I first stepped on a college campus." Clark's total weight has only gone up 10 pounds, but his overall body change has been remarkable. Gone is the baby fat, replaced by toned muscle. But for all his physical improvement, Clark lists a change in mindset as the biggest...

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