The Bucks should pay Hafley more to keep him. Money is what this is probably about. Why would he want to leave so quickly? He could establish himself as one of the greatest D coaches in Buckeye history by teaming up with Day. He's young enough to do it. He'd have stability (rare in coaching), a staff and headcoach he trusts, a top college, all the resources he could possibly want. To go to a place like Boston College and take over a program, that's a hell of a lot of work and a risk he's probably willing to take but at the same time the coaching carousel sucks. Wish we would see more Buckeye coaches set their feet and stay with the program if they are successful. I get it though. Strike when the fire is hot. Have your own program etc. There is a lot of draw to that, but also you wonder about the longevity of one's career. This guy knows he could stay at OSU (historically the best program in the country) for as long as he wants, then chase down a head coaching job later in his career. Think about it, he could probably stay at OSU for the next 5-10 years making $1M +, win a few National championships, then jump to a head coaching gig. As a D Coordinator, there is a lot to say for being able to develop players. He said he came here for that opportunity and it's been the first time in a long time he's really been able to enjoy his job. Jumping into a head coaching position and having to build a program, he will not be able to do what he seems to enjoy most. Here's to hoping he stays for a few more years.