This guy may be a great choice for us. #1 Hes coming from a college team, which will give him a bit more insight into the college players right now, and help us to make some good draft choices. Especially when it comes to Olinemen. #2 Hes an Oline freak. He WILL have a strong Oline on this team as fast as possible. #3 He worked under Bill Belichick in Cleveland. Bill wasnt too impressive there.. but alot of people maintain that it wasnt his fault.. that he was in a real bad situation there. So, Ferentz didnt win a championship with him (which is important, if you read my "food for thought" post).. but he DID work under Belichick.. which is a pretty good recommendation these days. #4 As much as I want to bring in a proven commodity.. there is something to be said about bringing in "the new guy". Look at some of the great coaches of the past.. they all got their first break somewhere, and stayed there for years and years.. keeping the team in contention. There are SOME negatives though. #1 Virginia isnt exactly an earth shatteringly good football team. Put them in a game with USC and you can probably expect a blowout. #2 He IS unproven as a head coach on the professional level. We may end up putting ourselves even farther behind by getting him. #3 We have a young team.. and bringing in a young and "inexperienced" coach may not give them the boost of confidence they need. All in all.. I think that this guy should be at the top of our list.. along with Kubiak and Pete Carroll and Wade Phillips.