Best (and most honest) writeup I've seen to describe what's happening. It's goes way beyond X's and O's and who gets to do this or that on the field. It's a fundamental lack of understanding of how to drive men to excellence and that applies to the players and coaches. It's not Gus' fault that he got promoted WAY above his abilites but he is at fault for not recognizing his shortcomings, finding peers to learn from, and evolve as a coach. Now, either this year or next, he is going to be asked to move on, and he will be one of the most financialy fortunate people around. Let's hope that AU looks hard and the coaching tree of the next prospect and that there is plenty of branches and fruit on it.