Bianchi - Muschamp officially coaching for his job now

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  1. LostReptile
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    he may be, but how do you know? if this view is based on the 11-2 season in 2012, how about the results in 2011 and 2013? why did the team get worse and not better this year? Fla lost to miami, even though uf has outrecruited miami for years, with bad play by the offense, big plays given up by the defense, etc. The defense got dominated by lsu in the second half, got dominated the whole game by a freshman qB at missouri, even though the D was supposed to be elite. When is muschamp accountable for these losses?
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    I don't think there is a magic way to know whether a new coach will be elite. You certainly couldn't project that about Saban, based on his Michigan State tenure.

    I look at the big picture. His recruiting is setting he foundation for a championship program, he has proven he can coach championship defense, he has proven he can take a roster with holes in it and lead it to an 11-1 season and 4-1 against top ten teams.

    He has also fielded some putrid offenses. Part of that is clearly on roster issues. Nobody wins with the attrition and injuries to starters that we are facing this year.

    IMO, Champ is clearly a very bright young coach who will get it figured out. But there is some conjecture in there. It's also possible that the guy is outstanding in all areas of building a program and coaching, except for offense, where he morphs into a moron.

    Which is more likely?
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    100% agree at a certain point muschamp will have to be responsible for what he has created. Thankfully it will not be after this season. I like you believes muschamp is building a great foundation for our program and think next year will start to see the fruits of his labor.
    Lets face it. If champ was to be fired after the year we would most likely lose 85% of the guys we have recruited especially if travaris robinson leaves with him, he's the main reason for most of our top recruits. With that being said whichever new coach who comes in will be faced with scrapping together a last minute recruiting class couple that into the time that coach will need to get his "type" of player and implement his scheme. We're looking at easily 3 yrs longer maybe 2 if we're lucky before he starts to be relevant.
    Also it's not guaranteed that if we get a new coach we wont end up with something similar to clemson, electric offense and a putrid defense. I cant remember the last time UF gave up 70 pts hell its been a while since we gave up 50 pts and certainly nothing close to that with champ. 44 to lsu in2011 is closet.
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    Quarterback question

    Can somebody tell me what is happening with Max Staver?
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    Staver is the tall one standing around wearing a cap and holding a clipboard. No need to work with him yet. He's not ready to play.
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    Ha Ha! Just was wondering how he was progressing.
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    WM inherited a UF team that landed the No. 1 recruiting class in the country, with defensive players considered the best D Class ever assembled, according to many recruiting experts. That should have been enough for WM to win big here on a consistent basis.
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    will he be ready next year?
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    Every time you link to a Mike Bianchi article he wins. Period.
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    A lot of wishing and hoping on here. We're going backwards. Might be time to find a new coach.

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