I think that's exactly it. From the beginning Cochran has wanted to be known as a big player, wanted everyone to call him by his last name (and we do!) and wanted to make the big move everyone will be discussing and analyzing (which he did). Was it the right move? Personally I don't believe it was. I still think, despite the fractured dynamics within his tribe and despite his status as the low man on the totem pole, he had moves he could have made. I think if he had gone to Jim and said "do you really want to be sitting next to Ozzy at the FTC?" Jim would have voted with him and Dawn to take down Ozzy. They would need to pull in someone from the other side, which despite Coach's assurances that would never happen, once the pagonging started someone would have been willing to flip just to see themselves last another week. It could have been done, but I think Cochran was too eager to make the big move and get rid of one of the meanies on his tribe. He was stupid to trust Coach's promises.