While I agree it's not, he's averaging something like 33 points a game. He's hit 50+ a few times, 70+ a few times. I don't think he's as bad in that regard as you think. But again, what I've said before is the money in this profession has attracted the wrong guys--people who enjoy coaching and being millionaires. That's Mullen. Not accepting one of several bigger jobs offered last year, which multiple reports have tied to his demands, says that's not Napier. He wants to win and isn't accepting anything less. If he needs to adjust certain elements, just like Urban did, he's going to. To your post above, if he demanded that at ULL, what do you think his recruiting group will look like here? To me, that's the biggest gain. But in any even, if it turns out to be him, I'll support it until I don't. Pitchforks can be stored very easily in any garage.