First loss by Florida to an FCS team ever, Gator Nation.
Probably first loss to a team with ZERO passing yards since the 1940’s.
Lost not only our first time to Vanderbilt in 23 years, but the first time we lost at home to them since 1949.
First six-game losing streak since 1979 and first losing season since then.
First time that Florida will not go to a bowl game since 1990….and that one was due to NCAA sanctions.
We have the longest streak in the nation in not being shutout. Each successive week this year, I have grown more concerned that this streak will be coming to an end as well in the Muschamp era. We have absolutely no offense and I truly don’t believe that we couldn’t muster more scoring opportunities against Georgia Southern than we did. Frankly, if you take away GeoSo’s turnovers in the red zone, we aren’t even close to being able to win the game at the end.
We may even be looking at a year where we will lose to Miami, Georgia and Florida State. That should absolutely be unheard of here?
I say it all the time…I’m not invested in streaks because they eventually come to an end, but I would have never predicted that we would end all our streaks in the same season. Kentucky must be kicking themselves at not capitalizing on the opportunity this year.
I was not going to be surprised to see Jeremy Foley announce on Sunday that Will Muschamp’s tenure is over at Florida. Of course, I was also not surprised that an announcement did not come. Muschamp is our coach next year regardless of whatever happens next weekend against Florida State. Everyone wanting him gone should concentrate their energy on something else.
I ask this question to the GatorNation….”when was the last time you ever heard of a coach who has had this kind of season in their 3rd year and turned things around and won a National Championship? An SEC or conference Champsionship?” I don’t have the answer to that.
I understand that a first year coach may have this kind of season, but by now, you should be established in your program. The injuries haven’t helped, but I also haven’t seen any action taken to rectify the problem (Note: I’m not close to the program so I’m only going on what has been reproted thus far).
Can a program in this state recover with the same head coach? I ask this because I simply don’t have the answer. I’ve never seen it done.
If Will Muschamp pulls all this off at the end of the day, then I will fully support him going forward. He needs to know, though, that he has asked for a great deal of trust from the Gator Nation and to this point he has not inspired confidence in that trust.
In all kinds of weather, Gator Nation!