Disagree, I think a change in head coaches always creates a certain amount of excitement in the program. Doesn't mean it will work out in the end, however it will bring hope for better results.
Programs these days change head coaches for an immediate upgrade. Not that they won't give a new staff time, but few programs are going to want a 3 year or more plan to get better.
Yes, agree, if it goes bad, replace him. And we hope every season is a big year, but few have been.
TCU and SMUt are both starting over with a new HC and staff. They are not concerned with the rebuilds. Both have more momentum and are still seen as much better than us with our 7th year head coach.
I believe positive momentum can be gained in a single season. Starting over with a whole new staff delays it due to the need for a rebuild to fit the new philosophies. Obviously if he stinks it up, replace him. I'm just saying the obvious wish should be that the program has a big year and we build on it.