I think this is relevant enough to not be OT:
It seems odd to me that there are not more restrictions in place for coaches leaving one team and joining the staff of opposing teams. Many industries have non-compete clauses in new hire contracts (seen many myself). Though the legal enforceability is all in the details, it seems a reasonable proposition on the surface. Obviously they should not exclude coaches from going to all other teams at a similar level (that would be unfair), but there should be some logical limits. Two prime examples come to mind (but many others can be suggested): Durkin to Maryland and Wilson to OSU. These scenarios could potentially provide the new employers with massive amounts of inside information on a regular opponent, especially in the case of Wilson since, as head coach, he was privy to nearly all information within the IU program. Maybe this is not that big of an issue since the staff can change things, but it just doesn't seem right. Has this been discussed/resolved already?