You might have seen the last of Will Muschamp.
Florida’s second disastrous season in a row is what happens when you mix a Dumpster fire with a train wreck.
It’s such a mess that the Gators might have a new coach before they play Georgia on Nov. 1.
“Fire Muschamp” chants filled The Swamp long before Missouri finished its dismantling of Florida on Saturday night.
One week after Missouri looked like a JV team in a 34-0 loss to Georgia, the Tigers scored every way imaginable to build a bonfire under Muschamp’s La-Z-Boy.
This week would be the perfect time for Florida to dump Muschamp.
The Gators don’t have a game on Saturday and the extra week would allow the interim time to work on areas and put together a gameplan for the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.”
The evidence is too great.
Since going 11-2 in his second season at Florida, the Gators are 7-11, which is bad.
But if you put their past 13 games under more scrutiny, the Gators are just 3-10, a deplorable stretch that included a seven-game losing streak to close 2013 (including a loss to then-FCS team Georgia Southern).
That’s terrible for a tradition-rich program in such a talent-laden state. Florida State has also surpassed Florida in prestige among those recruits after last year’s national championship.
And boosters don’t like that the Gators are 0-3 against Georgia under Muschamp.
He might not have a fourth chance.