Yes, if some combination of the following is true: (a) the team underperformed during the season (i.e., 9th or 10th in the Big East and no postseason), (b) the team wasn't better at the end of the year than it was at the beginning, as was promised, (c) there's dissension on the team, (d) no Big East-level player has been added to the team at a position of need, (e) the 2015 class does not look like it's coming together, and (f) Brown is no longer employed. This is a good point. But I wasn't advocating whispering behind our sitting head coach's back or making anyone a "co-conspirator." I was thinking of something subtle, more along the lines of if Mike Brown, after being fired, indicated through the press something to the effect of (a) he's excited to spend more time with family and (b) he's open to getting back into coaching. Looking back at my tweet, that wasn't clear. I know you're making a different point, but - by the same token - you'd better be prepared to deal with all the lost donors and season ticket holders if you stick with Brandon Miller and he fails to win games or bring in sufficient Big East-level talent for a period of years.