Now, when you are trying to keep the outside world in the dark about what you are trying to do, there are only a few options: Option 1 is to run a tight ship and not let anything leak. Option 2 is to throw out a million false leads so that no one knows which one is actually true. Option 3 is to not try and be secretive and make the process open. Now, given that evidence suggests Bohn CAN do Option 1 successfully (see: Pac 12 move), is his approach to this coaching search a good idea? It can lead to divisiveness and anger among supporters (I've been used!), but it can lead to good feedback on certain individuals. What is interesting to me is to compare what he's done here compared to the MBB hire. He was very open with that, had a series of interviews, found a guy he liked, and hired him. Why all the xtra drama?