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Confident Krula Balances Hard Work, Fun

Confident Krula Balances Hard Work, Fun

Zach Krula is all about having fun this year. The lineman missed his entire 2006 season, and all but three games of the 2005 season because of his ankle injury. He is back with a sixth year of eligibility granted to him by the NCAA. Krula has already graduated with a B.I.S. degree in education and sociology. For an encore, he is seeking team, not personal, honors on the field.

I caught up with Krula just as practice was suspended for the first time in this year's Camp Tontozona, and the team moved into the camp cafeteria. The clouds were covering the sun and the temperature dropped to a mere 89 degrees. Just as things were getting comfortable though, lightning struck way too close to the field and practice was temporally called. "We finally got some nice weather and... Recommended Stories

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