It is said that there is a fine line between steadfastness and stubborness. Foley has done some amazing things as the athletic director for the University of Florida. For all of his success, his last two football coach hires (Zook & Muschamp; Meyer was Machen's golden boy.) have been in question and therefore highly scrutinized. My question to all on the board is at what point does does Foley's steadfastness cross the fine line to the point of stubborness? It's evident that I have my own opinion, however the monkey wrenches that are USC and Texas definitely do have an effect on Foley's decision. I believe there are some scenarios that could play out that could determine if Foley pulls the trigger or if he waits to see what happens for Muschamp next season. My worst nighmare is that if Texas (who just named their new AD today.) waits until next year to fire Mack Brown and Muschamp doesn't pan out, we will be competing against Texas for a new top-flight head coach. While I believe our Program can compete facility-wise and we have some excellent boosters, I do realize that Texas has much more funding to offer a top-flight coach..even if our recruiting pool is superior to Texas's recruiting pool. So when does staedfastness cross the fine line to the point of stubborness?