This one is fairly brief.
He calls access to Meyers during the transition a "tremendous opportunity". Talks lots of "Transition" and labels himself an "incoming" AD. Talks new basketball coach a little bit. Sounds serious about finance. Sounds moderately more comfortable than he was during the press conference, and speaks a bit better- but still very much sounds like he has one foot in both places.
Now that I have had the chance to hear more from him; I think once he gets here and throws his full weight behind his job, there is good cause to be optimistic.
That being said, the commitment to both places at once does not come off as the most graceful way to do buisness and I guess he lets that shine through a little. If that part of the deal were a longer process it would very much be a bad thing.