Florida AD Jeremy Foley has backed under-fire Head Coach Will Muschamp.

He told Florida Gators website Gatorzone.com:

“As athletic director, I’m a thousand percent convinced that Will Muschamp is the guy to lead this football program,’’ Foley said inside his office at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. “Nothing has changed in what we feel about Will Muschamp from the day we hired him.

“Everyone around here wants the same thing. We want to do what is right for the University of Florida. We understand that this football season has not gone the way any of us wanted it to go, certainly not the way our fans wanted it to go, and most of all, not the way Will Muschamp wanted it to go.

“We have a history of being successful, we have a history of fixing things when they need to be fixed, and that is what is going to happen here, and Coach Muschamp is the one that will fix it.”

Beset by injuries, Muschamp has had a horrible season, losing to Georgia, LSU and Vanderbilt (the last one at home for the first time since 1947), and there has been nothing offensive to talk about all season. Defensively, Florida has got weaker as the season has gone on as they continued to beaten up.

If Florida loses to South Carolina and hated rivals Florida State in successive weeks, the Gators will miss a bowl game.


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