(I wish I had the Photoshop skills to put a troll face on Muschamp for this one. -Andy)
This is just that point in the season when things have gone too far. The Florida Gators are ranked 17th in the USA Today poll and just came off a soul-crushing loss to The Alabama Crimson Tide. They held Chris Rainey and Jeff Demps to only 24 yards. A record of 4-1 is just not acceptable for Will Muschamp. It is time for him to go.
The Alabama Crimson Tide soundly beat the Florida Gators 38 - 10 in The Swamp. We should never ever lose in The Swamp. Charlie Weis said he was going to "throw the kitchen sink" at the Tide but obviously failed to do so. Despite the first play of the game, in which John Brantley threw a bomb to Andre Debose, the Gators failed to put a significant number of points on the board. With Weis' history, he should have put at least 50 on the Tide. AT LEAST.
Sure, Demps may have been injured on a kickoff return, but Rainey could not replace him effectively. Trent Richardson could not be stopped despite Dan Quinn loading the box. Muschamp is responsible for the offensive line not protecting Brantley enough as well, leading to Florida's starting quarterback ending up with a high ankle sprain. It's obvious we have the talent, but we clearly don't have the coaches to correct this.
Another notable thing, Coach Will Muschamp shows almost no emotion on the sideline. It's like he doesn't even care. The Florida Gators should go after Indianapolis Colts coach Ron Prince, or coach Bud Kilmer from West Canaan, Texas.
...but do you know what the worst part about all of this is? Some people actually agree with the craziness I just wrote. I've seen it on Twitter, blogs, and in comments section. If you think Will Muschamp should be fired after one game against an extremely talented team in his first year, you may want to think about staying off the Internet.