No problem man, it's easy to get mixed up on the internet.
Now, there's nothing wrong with Defranco's stuff, but people should know that all of the athletes he trains are freakishly speed dominant, so just doing what they do will not get them the same results. For the stronger guy who's not athletic, they have to do things a lot different than Joe recommends. I'm not sure about how the OP's body works, and just in case he was strength dominant, I didn't want to make the problem worse. A sprinter can almost never go wrong with track work.
to Oboile, yes, someone has to know what they're doing to design a program. I assume anyone who's serious enough will take the time to learn what they're doing.
As for the WS4SB template, again, it's good for the off season, but not in season. Even one day, done heavy or to failure, can screw with a sprinter's schedule. CNS fatigue accumulates pretty damn quickly when you mix max squats with top speed track work.
to Doh, you don't need to do back squats to gain MaxS. Just doing intermediate hypertrophy work with lunges, GHRs, etc. in conjunction with accels and top speed sprints will build all the strength an athlete will need, while being easier on the CNS. Will it get you powerlifter strong? No, but sprinters don't need to be.