most business decisions are INFORMED, and when you leave a job, you usually know what you are walking into, and your
compensation and benefits.
I wish Holker the best, but I don't think he's made a GOOD business decision, I'll follow him to see if I have to eat crow, but he is already getting tons of PT, and a decent amount of targets. It's always harder to reestablish yourself with a new team. The competition is potentially even bigger. And to think that it will give him any more visablity than he'd get playing out the rest of this 2022 schedule, and then his first year in the Big12... something very ill advised from someone in his life.