Carolina Wrestling Q&A: Back On The Mat


Josh McClure, redshirt senior, 157 pounds: "Being back on the mat means another opportunity to achieve my goal of becoming an All-American. There were times over the last eight months where I thought that dream was over, so to be able to have another crack at it, while representing the best University in the world, is great. I'm excited to be back." (GoHeels.com)

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Carolina Wrestling Q&A: Back On The Mat


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