Easily one of my favorites!!!
I don't know why so many schools use that cruddy CSTV template for their websites - especially when we all know someone who can do better.
I think it's for the same reason some companies use pre-packaged, off-the-shelf, one-size-fits-all marketing/advertising solutions, rather than consulting with a professional such as yourself (or me) to have something custom-created to meet their specific needs...
It's quick and easy... and maybe cheaper.
But, ultimately, it's not as good... for the organization cutting corners, or for the intended customer.
The best websites in amateur wrestling -- whether they are for a HS or college program, a club or an individual wrestler -- reflect their uniqueness in terms of style... the information presented... and multimedia (photos, videos, audio). As someone interested in the history of the sport, I especially appreciate programs that celebrate their heritage by acknowledging past greats. Sadly, many of the programs with great legacies fail to do that in their websites and media guides.
there are a lot of collegiate teams that should be listed in there (carolina women's soccer = 18), but it looks like they are just listing pro teams since they have that line about being "a dynasty unmatched in the pro ranks."
Wasn't there an Iowa poster or something after NCAAs this year when they listed all their championships but had it say "since 1975" or something like that, so it showed them having more wrestling championships than any other team.
There's always a way to tweak the numbers to make your team look like a "dynasty"
I know. I actually like the Cowboy site a lot - and I'm just Pokin fun (didja get it?).
LOL you guys are funny.