Clearly a move that any respectable D1 school should keep an eye on. He'll be leading a high school that has been very kind to us in the past and has a football mind and personality that could find success at any level. I remember when he was in school, he was interested in becoming an athletic director, but this man seems destined for a successful coaching career and hope we can give him a shot at some point in some capacity if we are even lucky to.
Will Stein also had a coaching stop in high school if that is any indication of potential success. All this dude did when he was here was win and there is no reason to believe that will end anytime soon.
I wish him the best but hope he doesn't get too comfortable because the phone is about to start ringing.