The Florida Gators have made a move, firing offensive coordinator Brent Pease after a disappointing season. Pease seemed to expect it addressing the situation days earlier.
“I think you look at the first year and some of the situations and knowing the body of work and not just a game-to-game basis and situations we’ve been under [this season]. I hope any evaluations are looked at that way,” Pease said, via the Miami Herald. “But I understand things, too. I know you’ve got to win and have success. If it’s not meant to be … I came into this with friends, and I’m walking out of it with friends.”
Head coach Will Muschamp said that the Gators needed to evaluate their offense. Their ball-control run-heavy style might not be working for them.
“We need to be more productive on the offensive side of the ball,” Muschamp said, via the Miami Herald. “I think that’s something we obviously need to look at, that we need to be able to evaluate. … There’s been some obvious things that have been very difficult for us to deal with as far as where we’re headed with things. That’s something I’ll evaluate and deal with.”
AP source: Florida fires offensive coordinator Brent Pease after losing season
— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) December 1, 2013
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