I've seen a lot of posts talking about how we underachieved during the Lloyd years, we were frauds at the end, had too many unacceptable losses, we were on the decline, not winning enough, etc., etc., etc.
So, I'm guessing most people don't want Rich to just equal what we already had, but surpass it. No matter what side you're on. If you're completely behind him, I'm sure you're anticipating a new era of Football greatness. If you are having doubts, you might want more from him, or less. If you're FIRE RICH NOW ARRRGGGHH, maybe he needs to do a lot to redeem himself in your eyes.
So, I'd like to hear from as many people as possible, from all different viewpoints, not will he succeed and be the coach after next year, but when/if he succeeds and is the coach for years and years, how much does he have to do to satisfy you?
How many National Championships does he have to win?
How often does he have to win a Big Ten title?
How often should he be in a BCS Bowl Game?
What should his median record/winning percentage be?
Record (number or percentage) vs. OSU?
How many/how often does he get to have a Toledo/Illinois/The Horror -like substance game?
Or any other matrix you can think of. What do you expect of him to make you happy that it's enough, and will make you happy with Michigan Football, over the long term?