In July 2013, replacing Brad Stevens came down to Brandon Miller and LaVall Jordan. We know what happened thereafter. The hypothetical question: what if Barry Collier had chosen LaVall Jordan as head coach instead? So no Holtmann years, but Jordan would, most likely*, be the longest-tenured Butler coach since Barry Collier, now in his 8th season. What would this season look like? Would the advantages of having a seasoned head coach and continuity and stability on the recruiting trail be paying off right now? *I know there are some who are convinced he'd have run the program into the ground and Barry would have let him go after 4 years. Fine. I just don't see that as a likely scenario.