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There is nothing wrong with having a little fun during preseason weight room training. Sixth year defensive tackle Tyler Hoover has been entertaining his Twitter followers with pictures of his teammates working out and getting “swoll”. Among those pumping iron are senior linebacker Max Bullough, sophomore running back Riley Bullough (younger brother of Max), senior linebacker Kyler Elsworth and junior fullback Ty Hamilton. Weight room crawl 2013 #SpartanNation #SpartanDawgs twitter.com/TylerHoover91/… — Tyler Hoover (@TylerHoover91) April 26, 2013 @therock @mark_wahlberg this was our weight room crawl to go see @paingainmovie twitter.com/TylerHoover91/… — Tyler Hoover (@TylerHoover91) April 26, 2013 Of course the guys had to get a picture by the Spartan statue on the way to catching a viewing of Mark Wahlbergs newest movie, “Pain and Gain”. #SpartanNation RB! @rileybullough twitter.com/TylerHoover91/… — Tyler Hoover (@TylerHoover91) April 26, 2013 Included in the picture above...
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