Yes, one of Rojo's dumber posts, given the comparison was clearly intended to refer to Centro's remarkable tactics and finish in this race. At this point, he sounds like a rabid dog actively seeking out and savoring every doping suggestion he can find.
Which is fine, except it means that we don't get to actually discuss wha was interesting about the race at all, because Rojo feels compelled to hijack it. Why talk about how this race represented a notable divergence from usual "tactical" USA finishes, featuring a long, endurance based 600m sprint to the finish rather than the usual wait til 300m to go game? Why talk about the fact that, yes, this was a "tactical" race, but in a totally new and different way than most men's USA Championship finals? Or the fact that the top times from this meet, for whatever it's worth, really weren't too far off the typical top times of Kenya's 1500 Championships?
Yeah, better to grand stand with "I don't like El G comparisons." That'll keep the message board interesting.