I don't either, but you've got to look at it from an employer's standpoint. Richt has to be able to sell his guy on the long-term security of the job. A lot of question marks swirling around the program, this is a pivotal season. If we turn it around and Richt stays safe, I think you'll see him bring in a high caliber name. That said, I don't believe our S&C is going to suffer because of a "temporary fix," I think what we've lacked is not strength, but rather conditioning, and I think Joe T will do just fine in kicking their butts (which really is what this entire team needed). I've grown skeptical of off-season sunshine blowing, but it's nice to hear someone emphasize "winning in the 4th quarter" as part of the training philosophy.
Either way, something will happen after this year. We're either going to have a bounce-back year and you're going to feel really good about the program in a year (as will recruits and asst coaches), or we'll have a bad year, Richt will lose his job and we'll be talking about our entirely new staff next year.