The above post is why I tend to favor hiring former offensive coordinators as head coach, guys who will call their own plays and keep the same offensive system in place throughout the years...rather than hiring a defensive minded coach that has to rely on hiring a good offensive coordinator. If that OC has any success, he usually leaves to become a head coach and it's tougher to deal with OC turnover than DC turnover IMO. Spurrier and Meyer came from the offensive side of the ball, Spurrier with his Fun N Gun and Meyer with his Spread Option. Spurrier had success with multiple DC's over the years including Stoops from 96-98 while Meyer had Strong. There's plenty of defensive talent here in the state of Florida where we should be able to have a solid defense more often than not so I would rather take my chances with potential DC turnover in order to have an offensive minded head coach that had his own system. So guys like Spurrier, Chip Kelly, etc. Obviously defensive gurus like Saban, Stoops, Muschamp, etc can win big too so there's no right or wrong, just a preference all else being equal.