NCAA XC NATIONALS: 2 DAYS AWAY

20 Nov

This isn’t going to be very detailed, it’s late.  Tomorrows post will have interviews from the girls team and hopefully some other folks.

 

News of the Day:

2011 NCAA XC BANQUET 

First off, thank you NCAA for the food, mainly those brownies. Those were great.  And I respect the speakers thanks for taking time out of your schedule to do that.  But there were some quotes too hilarious to not write down here.  I just won’t mention who said them.  So without further ado, here are the best quotes from the night:

“She really likes things in threes”
“Nothing like seeing the men streak from the line”
“sorry for being premature”
“He’s still young, and flexible”
“You should run the course twice tomorrow and go out hard on Monday”

I hope there was another team there as prone to innuendos as us.

 

Running with the Wolverines:

Gibby knew of a park with some pretty cool trails, took us out there so we wouldn’t have to run the course two days in a row.  Boys are looking relaxed.  Instead of focusing on how we felt and how much to run today, we enjoyed our trot on the trails and then spent 10-15min throwing rocks at a gatorade bottle we placed on top of a road block.  Our team is closer than we’ve ever been, it’s been a terrific experience out here so far getting to share this experience together.  Just a few more days and we get to do what we came here for.

Thanks for the free stuff ADIDAS!

 

Wow these iPhone pics are pretty good quality. Kyle Merber and Paul Snyder swagging out in their Puma gifts

 

Michigan's finest, Mark sugar tits Beams

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2 Responses to “NCAA XC NATIONALS: 2 DAYS AWAY”

  1. dennis November 20, 2011 at 4:57 am #

    Even our coaches were laughing at the streaking one. Those opening remarks were fantastic also–I bet he’d been reading a lot of 19th century literature lately.

  2. eatrunswag November 20, 2011 at 2:10 pm #

    I really liked how many times he used the “Use the tangents” and “He’s coming from so far away” lines

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