Quote Of The Day
“I considered a lot of different teams at the time. But at the end of the day, it seemed to me to be the most compelling narrative. Americans hadn’t really won much in a long time, individually or as a team. And here with Colorado you had a collection of all American kids that, individually and collectively, were trying to do something that no one had accomplished in quite some time. So I thought there was some intrinsic appeal in that and then the fact that there was one big alpha male in [Adam] Goucher that everyone seemed to be riveted with and really wanted to know more about him. … And then I went about trying to persuade Mark [Wetmore] and the guys to see if they were cool with me coming out and spending the season writing the book. And that took quite a bit [of persuasion]. Eventually, Mark kind of acquiesced and said, if you’re serious about it, I won’t get in your way. That was about as close to a yes as I got.”
– Chris Lear talking about how he chose the University of Colorado as the subject for his book, Running With The Buffaloes.
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