Correct, Primo. Stanford 1992-2003, Oberlin 2003-2005, Oregon 2005-2019.
Primo Numero Uno wrote:
He is expert at taking top programs and bringing them a consistent reign of success and doing so rapidly. Is he at this stage in life going to make a long-term commitment and be hands-on when he has other interests and has changed jobs frequently since Stanford?
He hasn't changed that frequently. Wasn't he at Oregon around a decade? It's not his fault USATF's board decided to stage a coo which for some reason is not against the rules or is against rules that can't be enforced.
It is my belief that if the USATF board hadn’t demanded that he eliminate all conflicts, causing him to step down from TrackTown USA, Oregon21, and Nike, he would have remained in Eugene. After he severed all those ties, the USATF board still refused to reinstate him to the USATF presidency, to which he had been elected by acclamation.