2011 was a disappointing season by all accounts for the Florida Gators. Despite the addition of Charlie Weis as the offensive coordinator, the Gators managed only 25.5 points per game in Will Muschamp's first season as head coach. Defensively, the Gators had an underwhelming pass rush and couldn't stop the run against the likes of Alabama, LSU and South Carolina. With a young roster and a promising incoming freshman class, the Gators have a chance to improve on last year's 7-6 campaign.
The 2011 edition of the Florida Gators faced many changes from the previous season. A new head coach and a new offensive coordinator, along with an entirely new scheme. Charlie Weis left the NFL and the Kansas City Chiefs for Gaines... Read Post
According to several reports surfacing this afternoon, current Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator and former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis, may be on his way to joining Will Muschamp's staff as the Florida Gators' new off... Read Post
The Florida Gators looked impressive in their season opener against Florida Atlantic, beating them 41-3. Head coach Will Muschamp and new offensive coordinator Charlie Weis gave Gators fans a glimpse of what's ahead for the program.... Read Post