My general thoughts on the presser.
-It was exactly what I asked for and what we needed. It served it's purpose to keep everybody in the loop and sort of do a soft reset of things.
-It was candid enough without getting into the weeds
-Biggest takeaways were the recruiting/roster information he provided, the changes to the offense, and the return of Foster, Murphy, and Montgomery.
-"No staff changes on the horizon". Does that mean everybody stays in place, or did he purposely word it like that to avoid creating noise if and when a DC is hired and the current DC becomes solely a position coach? There's a better than 50% chance that I am looking way too much into this with wishful thinking.
-Bohannon mentioned having tunnel vision during the season being so focused on the task at hand, and now that it's over, he has to take a step back and be responsible for evaluating the entire program. I agree that is definitely his job, and the one thing that I would suggest to him is bringing in a good friend, as sort of a quasi consultant, to help out and watch the film from each game. This person needs to be somebody experienced and somebody Bo respects, and can tell him the cold hard truth whether it's good or bad. Getting a completely outside the Nest view would help us make assessments in schemes, tendencies, and personnel. We need to separate perceived facts from actual facts. Bo already established that he is willing to adjust and change up the offense to fit the situation, so he isn't inflexible. I would like him to take it one step further and not be afraid to reach out behind the scenes for detailed feedback.
-Whatever recruits we bring in from JUCO, it would be nice if they have 3 years left (like Murphy).
-As Bo said, anybody who isn't 100% in can hit the road. That's facts