Over all, CU men took 8th and CU women took 10th. The RSS Bot has been good at telling us about the Amazing performance by Joe Bosshard (1st 5K & 1st 10k w/B12 record) and Emma Coburn's 1st place in 3000 Steeple. Congrats to both & all who made the trip to Norman last weekend. Here's what else went on... CU did NOT field any athletes in these events: Men's -1500M -100M Hurdles -4x100M Relay -High Jump -Pole Vault -Long Jump -Triple Jump Women's -100M -100M Hurdle -4x100M Relay -Pole Vault -Long Jump -Triple Jump -Shot Put -Discus -Javlin It's hard to score points when 7 of the 21 mens events and 9 of the 21 womens events go uncontested. As this is a conference meet, seems like Coach Wettmore should be able to fill the roster for each of the events at a B12 D1 school. CU sent 24 men to compete in 14 events. (7 ran the 5000M, 5 ran the 10000M). It surprises me that no one from CU ran the 1500. This should be a bread and butter middle distance race well suited for CU...Stephen Pfifer owns the all time B12 record in this event. CU sent 16 women to compete in 12 events. (8 signed up for 5000, 5 lined up). My take away, right or wrong, is that Wettmore is putting his limited T&C resources into a competitive distance powerhouse. But clearly he is resource constrained, or he'd be able to field a Track and Field team that stands a chance of winning a conference title. Now, the CU contingent participating in the B12 T&F championships indicate that CU T&F is under an austerity program. Wettmore is doing a yeoman's job determining what CU's core competency is, and is putting contenders on the track that are capable of standing on the podium. I'm hoping that some of the P12 network money gets filtered into Track and Field, an existing sport that is really only operating at half or two-thirds capacity and is cutting corners. The truth is that CU was never in any position to win the B12 (or P12) or even score in the top half with out bringing more athletes to the starting blocks.