I don't want to go into a lot of detail on this post but to simple say that each coach is different in their own particular way. Meyer has his personality and Muschamp has his. Here is a quote that I read recently that seems to hit home in so many ways and on so many levels: "People don't understand... If u let Muschamp build this program he will be with us forever and be one hell of a coach to watch. Muschamp was at the bar the other day and happily took pictures with anyone who asked. I remember Meyer would tell people to not bother him when he was out. Once we start winning it's going to be impossible for recruits to stay away from Muschamp. GO GATORS" This quote could not be more true. Give the man some time. Name me one other coach in all of college football who had a team that had more injuries, more discord between their Offensive Line Coach and their Offensive Coordinator, etc, etc.... than the Gators. And remember this: One thing that you simply cannot teach is: Loyalty In a day and age where college and NFL coaches are leaving teams in a heartbeat, isn't it soothing to know that Coach Muschamp is loyal to his boyhood Gator team? If he does work out as our coach... then Hollywood could not have scripted this scenario any better. I am looking forward to seeing Coach Boom beat his former team... Georgia. As for another part of the above quote... I tried on several occassions to meet up with Meyer at Sanders Field. Sure, I was not a first teamer for the Gator's in my day (early 80's)... but I got out there and busted my butt like all the rest. But trying to get through to Meyer's pet body guards at Sander's Field was a action in futiliity. Muschamp... you go up to the man and he is there for you. Shakes your hand, looks you in the eye and actually listens to you like you are the only one in the room. Big difference.