Holtmann has a talent/depth issue...so do a lot of coaches. But more so, he kept this team grounded and focused while their "head coach" went off the grid. It would have been easy, simple, tempting and damn near warranted for these kids to say "f it all, Miller deserted us, let's play for ourselves or let's get the hell out of here." Holtmann held it together. That's the most impressive thing to me. I don't agree with some of his in game decisions and get confused at times with personnel use, but, he's really been the strength this group of guys needed to not only move forward from what was a huge disaster, but move forward with confidence and success. That right there is one hell of a job.