The football program?
I mean that seriously. Can he objectively look at a football team beyond wins and losses? Does he have someone who advises him on this?
Someone like Barry Alvarez could look at a program break it down and offer constructive criticism to the head coach that has some credibility to it.
Obviously an AD's job goes well beyond just picking the head coach, but how would an AD that doesn't understand what it should look like and what drives success see when it will or won't work?
I reatatated the original question because my intent was not to imply that swarbrick a lack of football program experience makes him unfit for AD.
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