According to Will Muschamp, coaching is not “add water, instant player.”
Florida’s 78-75 overtime loss to No. 9 Tennessee was a wasted opportunity.
Josh: This year’s Florida lacrosse team has a chance to be dominant. The Gators lost just one player from last year’s squad, which made it to the national semifinals. No Florida team that finished one game short of the finals the previous season has returned as high of a percentage of its lineup since the last men’s basketball championship run in 2006-07. If the Gators aren’t hoisting the championship trophy in Philadelphia on Memorial Day weekend, it will be legitimately shocking, and you can’t say that about any other team.
When history looks at Florida’s 2012 season, coach Will Muschamp will undoubtedly be remembered as the Gators’ savior — and deservedly so.
The Gators’ list of early departures continues to grow.
For those of you who were here during the summer, you’re likely well aware that I’m a movie buff. I bombarded you with references to “John Carter” and “The Dark Knight Rises” like my life depended on it. Fortunately for you, I toned it down during the fall.