The off season is now upon us, and I thought it would be interesting to discuss a rather successful model change that has went mostly unnoticed. Traditionally, head coaches have the most experience, and have enjoyed success as an offensive or defensive coach. Clemson has taken a different model, and I think it is a model that deserves some thought. Dabo is more of a CEO than a traditional head coach. He is not highly paid, but his OC and DC are both in the top 10 highest paid coordinators in CFB. Dabo is the face of Clemson football, but he is running the program like a CEO would a traditional business. He hired some really good assistants, and ensured his success by letting them handle the Xs and Os, while he is the media face. Do you guys see this as the start of a model change on the CFB landscape?