Don't love the move, but not for your reason. msu had an 1100 yard rusher. Now...most would agree that rushing yards is far more to do with scheme and playcalling than the position coach, but I definitely wouldn't say knox did a bad job (don't know their fumble #s). I think the weird thing is moving a guy you don't know into an uncomfortable spot. If he knows knox and likes him enough to bring him, you'd think he'd have faith in him to do this. I guess I couldn't imagine putting together a team of my buddies and one new guy and giving the new guy the short straw. Also, teams aren't blowing up his phone to talk with knox, but I guarantee the HC gets calls about Seider every year. You've now made UF worse for Seider and, at the same time, made him more appealing to other schools. The big pro I see is that now you have your stud recruiter going for a position that has been challenging for UF. Mullen could make a rb one of his personal recruits every year, but wouldn't do that with a TE.