1 Patrick Rono SO Arkansas 1:47.66
2 Elijah Greer JR Oregon 1:48.42
3 Anthony Lieghio SR Arkansas 1:48.56
4 Anthonio Mascoll SO South Plains 1:49.29
5 Tomas Squella FR Arkansas 1:49.46
6 James Gilreath adidas 1:50.06
Greer spanked Rono pretty bad last Friday at the Armory DMR 800 leg, giving Fleet a 3 second lead by the time of the final handoff. Now Greer flies 3/4 of the country for a second week in a row to take on Rono at his home.
It was a great time for Rono, although he's running with nothing to lose in his own house. Greer will be all the better for it in March, especially if there was any accumulated jet lag or winter cold in play this week.
Oh I forgot, Rono ran two races last week, Greer ? 1
Rono flew back too
Come on now?
Get a clue. Rono is a next level talent and a college soph, age or not?
Please get over it, he beats him here, the Oregon excuses get sad after a while.
Where did Rono fly back to this week?
No disrespect to Rono, he got his time on his own yesterday.
Arkansas isn't 3/4 across the country from anywhere.
|george oscar bluth|
1 Chris O'Hare SR Tulsa 1:48.28
2 Dey Dey Unattached 1:49.43
3 Chris Bilbrew adidas 1:49.69
4 Doug Kelly adidas 1:49.79
5 Ryan Thomas FR Arkansas 1:50.07
6 Blake Irwin Unattached 1:50.42
7 Michale Preble Unattached 1:51.73
8 Quincy Downing SO LSU 1:51.90
Is Dey Dey a real person?
|US Airline Geo|
As the crow flies, it's about 2/3 across the country from Eugene compared to NYC. It would be even longer if someone had to board a commercial airliner that flew via hub cities.
Why when Oregon runners lose, they are always coming back from injury?
Why when Oregon runners lose, the are just training?
Why when Oregon runners lose, they are saving themselves for for a fantasy title race?