bored troller wrote:
Once again, LA Times drops the ball.
The headline should read: "Former Loyola Coach Dr. Frank Meza disqualified for cheating at LA Marathon."
Throw out "alleged." Use his coach and Dr. titles; their a HUGE part of and draw to the story.
Anyone heard anything back from Phoenix?
I love the headline suggestion. I like that more recent headlines are much stronger. Of course we can't control them. However we (through Derek) have some power in this area. As many have noted, we have put FM up to the top of the Google search results, with the MI articles right up there with the big name media links.
So Derek, when you make an update on MI with the recent info please make sure to give your article a nice strong headline as suggested above. When it shows up in the top Google results, it will have an impact. Maybe include "decade of cheating" or "cheated on dozens of races" in the headline since mainstream articles are still stuck on only LAM19.