He does have them on a good track, but the reality is that Doylestown is not the football town that it used to be. One of his long time assistant coaches was fired recently from his job in the building and from coaching after a confrontation with a student who baited him and then recorded his reaction. West will also continue to lose players to the private schools, no matter how many good years they have, which will limit the "ceiling" that they can reach. Pennridge, to generalize, seems to have more "football players" in the building. But I know nothing about the community support of the coach and the program up there. I will say that I think Coach Rowan has been taken for granted in terms of what he's accomplished at West, under circumstances that aren't exactly improving in terms of talent in the building. Maybe that's just today's reality... parents will always think the team should have won one more game.Are there issues at West prompting him to look elsewhere? He seems to have them on a really good track.