This guy coached the wideouts for Detroit this year, and has head coach experienced at the collegiate level, and also is used to Saban and experienced. I think the combination of Muschamp (albeit for only a few years more, probably), Fisher, and Williams, along with Saban's galvanizing presence, will provide a stability amongst the coaching staff from here on out... The DB coach's we all know will come and go...Might as well call them glorified "highly compensated Grad Assistants"... Dooley's also another guy that's been recruiting coordinator in the past, touched base with most of the players during that process, and is a younger guy who can relate as well... I really don't see the lack of continuity amongst our coaching staff being a problem anymore when you look at it logically... Anyone else agree?