We Are One

We Are One

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By Michael J. Stott

Morning prelims on the final day of the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s Championships feel a little bit like the last roundup. Much of the work has been done, yet much remains. In another sense, the meet serves as a reminder of the great resources available to any young or veteran coach, a collegial kinship in a profession known for its willingness to share.

If any of the coaches on deck are mortal enemies, it is not immediately apparent. Most always seem to have time for a comment, tip or observation indulging even the inquiring minds of reporters. Tennessee’s Matt Kredich, he of scientific mind, is happy to talk about the nuance of stroke. Bob Bowman discusses the benefits of assisted and resisted stretch cords in warmup. And if anyone is in dire need of a good laugh he may engage Georgia’s Jack Bauerle or trail the elusive Edwin C. Reese of Texas.

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