‘Bylsma had a unique perspective. He was an American who hailed from Michigan, Miller’s home state, and was Crosby’s boss. Rather than sympathize with Miller or cheer for Crosby, he examined the Olympics through the long lens of a coach. He imagined what decisions he would have made if he ran the show.’
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