Did you go to Mount Union? Because you don't seem very smart.
Boobie miles wrote:
For me the dmr mile and 5k will be the best races. Onu Wilmy JCU marietta(if mueller runs it) and otterbein could all have sub 10:25 dmrs. The mile may be a little slower but no one is way out in front mantell from otterbein, Johnson from onu, Erwin from Wilmy and o'brien from JCU cld all roll and maybe mueller??? 5k is also loaded with what like 4 onu guys mueller who wins and JCU guys maybe some mount guys.
Tyler sounds very athletic.
Hey guys ya better watch out for the biggest up and coming name in the OAC, Tyler "Tron" Weseling. Dude, nobody thought he was gonna come back, they thought he was done! But he's been liftin, he's been doin more core than he ever has, and has gained 3 lbs and can now train without his legs exploding.
Frustrated with Coach Basista, Tron turned to a new mentor, Ron Jeremy. His new workouts have been incredibly long and hard. For example, I saw homeboy on the track the other night clickin' off 69 sec 400's like it was job! T-ron did roughly 1000 of these until he pointed at Mr. Jeremy and said "Dude, I gotta go to Accounting!". The workout was so magnificent that it sent Ron to the hospital (get well soon).
It goes without saying that had he run at the state meet this past weekend he would won everything above 800m. He prolly woulda easily been the state champion in Women's Shot as well. Look for Weseling to have a FIELD DAY at O-AKs and immediately melt the clothes off all females within 25 miles of ONU's campus.
You seemed to start out saying 'coaching' is the most important thing a coach does but then switch to talking about how important recruiting is. Which is it?
Say say wrote:
This says a lot about the coaches who do win titles verse ones that don't. Take Lucas for example, from what I have heard 'coaching' is his number one priority, above all else. Any team that doesn't follow this mindset doesn't do so well. People should look back at ONU; when Maus was younger and probably had more time to recruit they won a lot. Now look at the other end of the spectrum at schools that have older coaches and where they sit in the ranks... Coaching is a young man's game. Look at BW, a few years ago on the women's side, really really good. Now not so much? What has changed? An assistant coach left, and things start to crumple? Maybe that is the reason, maybe not. Also you have to look at what coaches care about event wise. JC only cares about distance, nothing else. Should be strong come XC next year, but will finish low in the Indoor and Outdoor meets.