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C.J. Cobb (No. 13 @ 145) has come to realize that the difference between a good wrestler and a great one is not a matter of quickness or strength.

It?s not improved technique. It?s not more training. It?s not better conditioning.

It?s simpler than that.

It?s more complicated, too.

?I used to think there was some secret,? said Cobb, a senior 145-pounder from Williamstown. ?I used to think that guys that were good enough to be national champions or world champions had something that I didn?t have, something they were born with.

?But that?s not it at all. It?s their focus. It?s how much they care.?

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