A couple of thoughts,
First, that summary was hilarious after reading this entire thread while drinking morning coffee.
Second, while Malmo sometimes comes off as a prick he is almost always right (at least about training). High mileage does not cause illness. Probably about the most accurate statement you cold make in this regard is that a period of over training could theoretically lead to an increased instance of illness, though there are so many variables involved it would be almost impossible to verify for sure. Personally when I was over trained I didn't get sick, I just ran like crap and wondered why like an idiot.
In my experience (5 years of D1 running, a basket full of all american awards and three years of frustrating post collegiate running with some very successful international athletes, since I know it will be questioned)I have often observed the odd phenomenon of getting injured at low levels of effort personally and in others. Not sure why this happens, but it definitely does.
And finally, since it was the original question, 105 by my actual logs, second highest was 103, only two times my logs reflected over 100. I will however say that my logs were usually about 10-15 miles below what I actually ran due to counting everything at 7 minute pace as a national class athlete. I logged a lot of 90-95 weeks that were probably 100-105, and those two 100 weeks were probably 110-115. Nothing exceptional, par for the course with most athletes I trained with, some ran more, I know some run much more (like Malmo), some ran less.