I agree that Gott does not seem to be done growing/improving.
I also think there is good reason to believe that more in conference opportunity will open up in the near future, with all of K, Roy, Pitino, and Boeheim (and Larranaga) all likely to retire within the next 5 years, give or take. It’s hard for me to see any of those programs replacing those guys seamlessly. Gott has positioned our program to make a push for top 2-3 in the conference as those coaches turn over.
There is still plenty to prove, and a lot of follow through required to make that happen. But we are in position that it can happen. A position we have not been in since V.
The future is bright.