By Scott Wright
TULSA — With a year to think about himself and his wrestling, Oklahoma State’s Daton Fix dove in deep.
Serving a one-year suspension for performance-enhancing drugs — a penalty that was reduced from four years after the investigation showed that the drug ingestion was unintentional — Fix looked for ways to make himself better.
Already one of the best wrestlers at his 133-pound weight class and an Olympic hopeful, Fix was determined to be a different wrestler by the time his suspension ended on Feb.
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