My money is on his success. He is a winner, can relate to the athletes and has a decent staff. The facilities will be upgraded also. If you pull in the equivalent of a middle teared Big10 class in the SWAC it will be hard not to be successful. But time will tell.Sure, but if they don't see relatively quick results in wins there, he won't keep it up. Recruits aren't going to keep going to a place and failing. That is why recruiting and coaching are both important. Even then though, if he proves he can coach, he still might not win enough to keep getting the recruits, because he may not get enough. It's all a crapshoot.