Looking at Monty's overall tenure, he's about a 45% winner, roughly 5-6 average. But if you just look at the last 2.5 years, he's at about 57% winning, between 6-5 or 7-4 average. 7-4 is where he would have been in 2020 with a full season. It seems like he's improved, but "New Monty" seems to be capped at around 7-4, maybe 8-3 with the wind at his back, with some 5-6 years thrown in. That kind of feels like Wojick/Haith territory, not good enough but too good to fire. Hopefully he can find a way to take it up another notch.