Found February 23, 2012 on The Lady Sportswriter:
Sherman Armstrong is the latest addition to Georgia's strength staff, hired to replace the departed Thomas Brown, and he's a hire that from the outside seems a bit curious. Armstrong is a "speed development specialist" by trade and hasn't had much experience working specifically as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach. Much of his work has been done with NFL athletes and college athletes who are looking to train for the NFL Combine and want to improve their stock. According to an article published by Gentry Estes of Dawgs247 ($), Armstrong is a 33-year old former All-American sprinter for the University of Illinois track team and he's been hired by Georgia's football program to help increase speed as well as assist in strength development. "My primary role is to help our athletes get faster, loosen their hips up and pretty much improve the team's overall speed at every position...That's the No. 1 goal. And then to also assi...
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