Switzer's confidence isn't unfounded. Coming out of high school in Charleston, W.V., he was a Parade All-American and chose the Tar Heels over Florida State and Penn State. With his 4.41 speed, the 5-9, 175-pounder could be one of the most exciting players over the next three seasons.
Anderson's $3 million buyout during the first two years of his contract will likely make sure that he doesn't leave soon. And Anderson has a bold vision for an offense featuring dual-threat quarterback Fredi Knighten, speedy running back Michael Gordon and all-purpose star wide receiver J.D. McKissic. "We'll look a little bit more like Oregon," he said, "than we have in the past."
There's not a photo of Fuente up in the restaurant yet, and he thinks he knows why. "We haven't won enough games yet," he said.