Bryan Harsin is now the head football coach at Boise State, and from the sounds around Bronco Nation, the school hired the right guy.
However, now that Harsin has taken over, the real work begins for him.
He must, in the coming days, move his family, get settled back in Boise, do the public relations tour, assemble a staff and put together a recruiting class.
Of course, that is probably only the half of it.
The recruiting class aspect may not have an immediate impact, but it is important to the future of the program.
The Broncos have lost a few verbally committed recruits during the coaching changeover, and there are probably a few other recruits nervous about what has transpired and what the future might hold.
For Harsin, it will be an evaluation period followed by action. He will have to quickly assess the recruit situation, and then add players he thinks will be a fit in Boise.
This late in the game, there are probably limited options, but Bryan Harsin doesn't seem like the type of guy that lets that slow him down.
Let's look at seven of the biggest questions he will have to ponder in the coming weeks leading up to national signing day.