The main thing has obviously been the facilities project at Folsom along with the increased endowment through his fundraising efforts. He has also made coaching hires for volleyball and women's basketball. From the article, it sounds like his focus is still on facilities with the priority on football: west side, Balch, speakers, etc. He also mentions "rails" for Folsom and Coors, which I think has to do with the new regulations about storming the field or court. There is also a new sound system gong into CEC, which will not only enhance game experience but better monetize the facility since it will make it usable as a concert venue. Much of the criticism I have heard related to George is on how focused his strategy is. Bohn had tried to work within the budget to do what he could afford to do where he could improve things and he spread it around. Football got a bubble and permanent lights, basketball/volleyball got a practice facility, WLAX was added to increase spring activities and Title IX compliance, student fans, the band, etc. were given more resources. George's strategy has been to focus on revenue generation by improving fundraising efforts, opting to avoid discounting of tickets for revenue sports, and putting the financial resources he has into building football since its financial health changes all budget numbers and drives funding for everything else. It's a longer game that has some growing pains for every other sport and spirit squad. But within that, he has also shown that while focusing on football there is crossover such as T&F getting a huge boost from the IPF track, all coaches being able to have offices in the same building, and football's move to a new weight room turned over that old weight room to olympic sports. What grade would you give RG's first 1,000 days on the job?