He is expert at taking top programs and bringing them a consistent reign of success and doing so rapidly. Is he at this stage in life going to make a long-term commitment and be hands-on when he has other interests and has changed jobs frequently since Stanford?
He hasn't changed that frequently. Wasn't he at Oregon around a decade? It's not his fault USATF's board decided to stage a coo which for some reason is not against the rules or is against rules that can't be enforced.