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Catching Up with Miler Patrick Casey

February 15, 2013

By Scott Bush, Runnerspace

After transfering from Montana State University to the University of Oklahoma just over a year ago, middle distance star Patrick Casey is ready for a big senior track season. After running a collegiate #1 Mile time of 3:56.28 at the Razorback Invitational back at the end of January, Casey showed he's becoming a stronger athlete, as he ran a 7:52.80 3000m time at the Husky Classic. Ranked as one of the top Milers in the United States, Casey is driven to finish his collegiate career standing at the top of the podium.

Catching up with Casey this week, we discuss his transfer to Oklahoma, what it's meant to him to be part of such a strong distance squad and if he might take a shot at 5000m this spring.

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