Middle Linebacker Paul Glanton of the University of Minnesota is a notable strong man. Glanton says he developed the tremendous power in his arms and upper torso by weight lifting—and operatic singing. Last winter he played the lead, Don Alfonso, in the university's production of Cost Fan Tune, and his long-range goal is to make the big league by playing with the New York Met. In fact, he has already worked out with the Met once. "In singing, you exercise to increase your chest cavity and diaphragm muscles," Glanton says. "There's a tie-in with football conditioning."