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Martin Robles at D1 Sac State

Josef Fredericks: So how much different is college football from High School?
 

Martin Robles: Way different honestly. We all work way harder and basically care more about the game. It's very obvious of the culture differences as far as football goes. Football kind of takes over your life too, practices takes days.

 

JF: Have you ever started any games for Sac State?

 

MR: Not at Tight End, no. I'm second string, but the starting tight end is honestly really good, so no I haven't started this year, but I am a Freshman.

 

JF: So do you go on the field at all?

 

MR: Yeah, I'm on PAT and go in occasionally when the first stringer needs a break, but that doesn't happen a lot.

 

JF: Is the skill level like, ridiculously high compared to high school?

 

MR: Yeah it really is. I was kind of the star at Live Oak and bigger and stronger than almost everyone I played against, but now I'm just second string and everyone is at least as big as me. It is nice that basically everyone on the team knows what to do, though. There isn't really anyone who is useless.

 

JF: So me and a few of my friends went and watched one of your games at Sac State against Idaho State, and that stadium is pretty legit. Is the stadium and number of people watching the game ever make you nervous?

 

MR: No, not really. I kind of tune everything out when I go on the field and just focus on my job and what I have to do. When someone makes a big play, the bigger crowd reaction is really nice though. It sort of gets you more pumped up.

 

JF: Has football ever disturbed your college studies or social life?

 

MR: Yeah it sort of has, but not in a really major way. I obviously don't have as much time for friends and schoolwork with practice, games, and travel, but I'm managing pretty well.

 

JF: Alright, that's all I really have, thanks for going out of your way to talk to me.

 

MR: No problem, thanks for the interview.

 
 

 


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