“I appreciate the opportunity that has been offered to me and my family by Dr. Machen, Jeremy Foley and the University of Florida,” said Muschamp. “I was given every opportunity to get it done here and I simply didn’t win enough games – that is the bottom line. I’m disappointed that I didn’t get it done and it is my responsibility to get it done.
“I have no bitter feelings, but this is a business and I wish we would have produced better results on the field. We have a great group of players and a staff that is committed to this University and this football program. They have handled themselves with class and I expect them to continue to do so. As I’ve said many times, life is 10 percent of what happens to you and 90 percent how you respond.”
Whoa! Just came out of church to the News of Will Muschamp being fired at #Florida. That's a BIG TIME JOB OPENING. And the carousel begins.
— Rachel JOY Baribeau (@RachelBaribeau) November 16, 2014
Will Muschamp fired. Knew he was in trouble when Florida lost to Kentucky for the first time in like 30 years. pic.twitter.com/d9cQB6TzXa
— Not Jerry Tipton (@NotJerryTipton) November 16, 2014
Defense wins championships? Will Muschamp would like to disagree with you. Lack of an offense is getting him fired.
— email@example.com (@alpha1906) November 16, 2014