No No NO! Chapdelaine's claim to fame is his time in BC. News flash: BC's offence was good because it is Buono's offence.
Buono's had a great offence before Chapdelaine, and he continues to have a great offence after Chapdelaine. While Chapdelaine I'm sure had input in the offence, adding new twists and wrinkles here and there, there was no messing with Buono's basic offensive philosophy because it's a winning philosophy.
So take out his BC years and what kind of resume does he have? Something that looks quite like that of Joe Paopao's I'm sure. A nice offence, it puts up yards, but there's not a whole lot of winning.