Yeah, I could see a situation like that reducing the risk of failure for a first time HC and better setting him up for success. Especially for a big time college football program.Agreed, but Day was hired by Meyer with an expectation that he would take over the job. From the minute that he stepped on campus, he was groomed to take the job. He was introduced to all of the politics, and the "players". He was taught how to be a CEO specifically at Ohio State.