Of course there is plenty of time, but not doing it right away is more indicative of someone more likely to chalk it up as mostly an “off game” rather than something that could have been overcome with in-game adjustments and learned from.With 7 months until the next game, I think he has some time. I'd rather him spend time putting together a complete roster again, then dig into the tape.
The shorter the time frame between review and the game means he can better recall his thoughts/emotions during the game that lead to the decisions made. And the errors, imo, were mainly in the in-game adjustments which I view as distinct from normal game planning because you have to rely on reaction (“thinking fast” for my Kahneman heads). The further away you are from the event, the harder it is to assess your emotional state and thought process. We all naturally let our own psychology rewrite the story of our feelings and for BU the tape becomes less useful going forward. Reviewing it quickly to close the book on the season could also potentially inform how you approach rebuild your roster although I wouldn’t make my argument based on that aspect alone.
I am fully a BU believer, for the record - I just feel that deferring the tape and takeaways from it is not optimal. Learn fast from failure and put that information to work asap if you want to get to the top and stay there.