T. Esla wrote:
There's this kind of omnipresent problem where D1 athletics are very much results-oriented - even if we'd prefer they not be.
This is likely the first time that people are exposed to a situation where you are judged mainly on how you perform. Especially for Ivy Leaguers where school work wasn't an issue.
This is right on. This is the first time they aren't the best at something and falling short. Their parents likely bulldozed their way through life and now don't have any confidence to deal with the real world. So they shift blame... Because nothing has ever been their fault.
I'm sure there are problems. The touchy feely flo track video was a red flag. But this comes across as a bunch of spoiled brats who don't know how to cope with criticism.
And whoever said Kuntz is good looking... You gotta get out more!
You are correct. Where are the helicopter parents?