(Ed.: Edited, promoted, and placed here for discussion's sake. I voted no, obviously. — Andy)
The trial is now over. It's time to fire Will Muschamp. It's nothing personal, but this is college football, folks.
1. The Florida Gators seem destined for their first losing season since 1979! (and, let's be honest; the team would have lost more but had a pretty easy start to the year)
Will Muschamp has:
2. Not recruited depth at the quarterback position (Right now, it's Brantley or no one.)
3. Allowed the team to achieve the distinction of being in the top 20 most penalized teams in all of college football.
4. Permitted some of the most weak special teams performance in team history.
5. Permitted shoddy, boring, and predictable play-calling that is not suited to the competition of the SEC.
6. Behaved in a spastic manner on the sidelines during games which, in my opinion, only serves to embolden the opposing team.
7. Failed to recruit depth at key positions such as wide receiver, running back, and kicker.
The charges are up for debate but we, the fans, the alumni, and the players of the University of Florida, deserve better. He can certainly defend himself against the charges by bringing things back under control but the clock is ticking.
Should Muschamp be fired?
Yes (431 votes)
No (622 votes)
1053 total votes