Perhaps that is why the press is a giant pile of $hit. Avoiding the gigantic elephant in the room. There really should be some serious scrutiny when a professional track coach claims to have never heard of a very common performance enhancing drug, and the response I'd be looking for is an answer to why someone would think such a complete lie would be believed by anyone, why he is so afraid to own up to the fact that one of his athletes tested positive, why he continues to defend and coach that athlete after an official ban that held up on appeal was issued, and why anyone should believe anything that comes out of his mouth after such an absurd statement. We are something like a year beyond that press conference and still no answers from hero coach Jerry. In the meantime, one of my favorite runners, Grant Fisher, runs fabulously and I'd like to believe he is clean, but his association with that team now puts a question mark next to him, which is not fair to Fisher.