The article tells the brief story of the four men who, from "blue chip recruit" to "former team manager" will try and win the Fighting Irish's first Penn wheel since 1943.
"Our plan was to get them here and get them some experience. ... To have Dani get back and bring us back, with 20 meters to go, was incredible.”
Hunter: "A race like Penn, the goal is always to win. I'd like to make Penn as memorable a last race as possible. Will I go out in 1:55 and die? That might be what I have to do."
Edward Cheserek Ran a 3:55.70 anchor leg to get them 9:30.95. The UO women's DMR ran 11:03.61.
Big changes include World XC being moved to 10K for men and women and the DMR being officially recognized as a WR event.
"My goal is simple: represent this country whenever I can, as best as I can."
He says Justin Gatlin ran the most impressive leg, predicts the DMR will go global, and says Ryan Bailey's "throat slash" was good for the sport.
Includes video of Ben Blankenship's DMR teammates celebrating on the sidelines as he passed Kenya to win.
Sully also pokes fun at US baton exchanges in the 4x200 and Kenya sending something well below their "A" squad.
Mike Rodgers talks about teaming up with Gatlin and Gay to get the 4x100 WR.