...is that, including Stricklin, our last two AD's aren't necessarily "football" guys. Not that it says anywhere that you must have a guy who was a successful football coach and/or player to oversee your entire athletic program, but at least where UF is concerned, Foley has been pretty much unspectacular in his hires for the largest of the team sports. Can't argue the success he has helped foster among the other sports, which is important, but shouldn't be at the perceived detriment of the football program in terms of the coaching leadership, should it? Might still be early for some where Stricklin is concerned, but what I can read on him is that he's a great building and facilities guy. His work, or the credit he gets for MSU football, kinda speaks for itself. Again, not all great AD's have got to be football coaches and/or players, and the wave these last several years or to have guys who are better all-sport program builders (if you can find them). I'd like to try a guy like SOS, if he was inclined, to serve in the AD capacity. I'd have to think he might have better luck in attracting the right candidates and, ultimately, the best fit to right the football ship and still maintain the success of the other programs. It can be argued that Gator football isn't as bad as it could be or has been, but why settle for that when we've also been so, so much better? Curious to hear what people think about these specifics.