In early August, West Virginia finally locked its head coach, Dana Holgorsen, into a long-term contract, one that will keep the offensive guru in Morgantown for six years (via WVUSports.com).
Of course, the term "locked" is always very loosely defined when it comes to the contracts of college-football coaches.
Every single year, the FBS coaching carousel twirls around and casts coaches off to new destinations.
Sometimes, a coach departs for greener pastures after as little as a single year in his previous position (see: Todd Graham).
However, Holgorsen shouldn't be like Todd Graham.
Instead, he should remain in Morgantown through 2017 and beyond. Here's why.