Hey, like I said, I don't think he's a poor coach at all. He did wash out of the NFL pretty badly, but when he got to USC he found success. It's pretty clear to me that at USC he was fortunate enough to have circumstances favor him and he was able to build a good program. Would he have been as successful elsewhere? Maybe, maybe not. If we're playing the "What If" game I'd say not, but that's a question open to huge debate. Anyhow, my only disagreement was with the "greatest ever" comment. A good coach does not a "greatest ever" coach make.
Now, about this "most dominant program in college football" idea. Care to expound on that grand claim?