10 years in, Kelly is what he is. He's shown enough to make me think he's firmly a notch below the best coaches in the country, just like ND has definitively proven it's a notch below the best teams in the country. That ain't changing while he's here; ND isn't recruiting or coaching like they need to catch Clemson/Bama/OSU/etc. And that's not to mention all the weird decisions he's made along the way with staff hirings or in-game coaching that you wouldn't expect from someone who had decades of head coaching experience before he even got here. It's weird how much learning on the job he's done at ND.
That said, I don't feel any rush to push him out the door. I want ND to win a title, so if that's my want, it would make sense to look elsewhere. But at the same time, I know that Kelly is going to keep the program around the 10-win mark every year and that ain't nothing. He's done a lot to modernize the program, and I've seen enough situations like Texas/Tennessee/Nebraska/Michigan to know the grass ain't always greener.