Fair enough. I'm sure he has a plan and it was shared with the hiring committee. He was not necessarily the popular choice when he took the Hoban job, either, but the program is better for him having been here the past seven years. Good luck to YSU football, whoever gets the job.that was for one year, saying they are a top 20 program nationally, year over year is a wild exaggeration. they also have some great advantages within the region. going to be a whole different ballgame to recruit on a nationwide scale. its tough to say he was the best coach for the job, Tress wanted one of his guys he could have some rule over after dealing with Bo.