Is that Missouri isnt the job he leaves Purdue for and the timing is wrong. Maybe that is wishful thinking on my behalf too? Within a couple of years with continued success, I think there will be better opportunites and Purdue will have to materially raise Painter's deal or he will go. The real point of the article is that Purdue cant take Painter for granted nor can Painter take Purdue for granted. That's fair because it is the face of college basketball today. The one I remember best is Bill Frieder at Michigan who took the dream contract who is where now and what happened to him if anybody remembers? FWIW.