Thanks for deleting. We had a couple of inappropriate posts that have now been deleted. I do think if people can keep away from personal comments the thread should stay.
When my brother read the Webb feature after we finished it (Jon wrote it, all I did was edit it), he called me up and said, "Wow Webb got good because he wanted to get laid."
He was joking - sort of.
But when I was coaching at Cornell, we had also joked about the following. The theory between the men's and women's staff was that a man ran really well when he was 'on the hunt' and pursuing a woman and maybe in the first days of a relationship. Once the relationship took hold, he was toast.
For a woman, the theory was the opposite. She might not run well when being pursued but she'd blossom when in a relationship.
Plenty of coaches joke about this and then this article comes out. What do people think?