Graham, once eager to take on feds, will get his chance
When Trevor Graham sat down for his last in-depth interview in August, the coach of Olympic champions and world record-holders was itching to get it on. He was antsy. He'd grown weary of the rumors and the behind-his-back trash talking.
He spoke of his eagerness to take on the feds. If the government wanted to make a case against him -- and that day, he doubted it did -- Graham boldly predicted he'd win in a court of law.
"You hear stories: 'Trevor is going across the [Mexican] border ...
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