Missouri with Martin or Illinois with Underwood? Personally, I think Martin will do better because it's an SEC job. He's the only game in the state. He's practice the art there before, a known commodity. While Underwood is going into a tough basketball league as a stranger to the task at every level. I know there's a lot of sour grapes in Stillwater. But they don't seem all that upset about losing Brad. StoolBoy is a former Poke coach, evidently. StoolBoyCowboyJ The sky is not falling coaching wise. It may be player wise, we may lose recruits, have transfers and Jawun may go pro. All of that said, Underwood was in way over his head. I emailed back and forth with the man several times. We talked about what he should be doing offensively. It was clear there that man was insanely stubborn. The 0-6 stretch was not because of the players it was completely on him. He could not adapt to the structure of this team. Danny Henderson saved this team and final convinced Underwood to change our defensive scheme. Underwood had to be convinced over and over again. He was so stubborn he wanted to stay with the up the line and down the line strategy no matter what even after we won.