2015 will be a huge coaching challenge.
I've been watching the Bucks long enough that I know the world won't end if they go 11-2 this year. I mean, a surprise loss in there somewhere, and maybe Harbaugh pulls the stunner in november. Or not. But I think what Meyer has already proved at OSU is that a bad stretch - losing the B1G Championship, losing the bowl game, and then losing to VaTech - didn't kill him, didn't stop the momentum of the program, and life will go on.
Sounds stupid, but I am sure that if we DO go 11-2 this year, next year we will probably be 15-0, just to get that ugly taste out of our mouths. Not to mention set a record for number of victories in a year. 15!
The ONLY thing that worries me in the future 3-10 years is getting a bad apple athlete in here somehow, and it embarasses the program, Meyer and poisons other players. In the push to be competitive and get the best athletes, I'm hoping that the coaches prove that you can do it with good people, too.