i think theres a difference between a dream and a goal. i dream about being the best all the time, but i cant put 9.5 as a goal until its at leats SOMEWHAT in reach, meaning i could run under 10 consistently. but right now i only run under 12 consistently, so my goals have to be less dramatic.
i find it amusing that big10 likes to say all this stuff about himself when he ran a few 10.5s ht in pratcice. for all he knows, his coach could be starting the watch a half second late or off first movement, and he may in fact be SLOWER than in high school. you really shouldnt brag unless you have FAT times to flaunt.