I disagree. Florida going 5-7 or 6-6 next year will almost certainly cause Foley to fire Muschamp. As soon as the losses start racking up next year, the negativity in the program will be absolutely toxic and Foley will have to act. You're right: Florida as an athletic program has a lot of cash and resources to recruit top-level coaching talent to build and sustain a winning football program. Why? Because of the revenue generated from the football program. When the football program starts losing, the money into the athletic department slips (fans are already pretty pissed from last year's abysmal product and production--a repeat next year will see fans continue to stay away in droves)...and that will cause Foley to act, even if he likes Muschamp and wants him to succeed.