Article pretty much speaks for itself Will Muschamp sends strong message, says South Carolina players have lost trust in SEC Another reason why chump will never be anything more than a mediocre coach... blaming this loss on what was essentially 1 really bad call, which might have spotted them 4 points at most, even though an earlier call (egregious, textbook defensive holding by the DB on Pitts, who molested him for so long that it could have been called holding or pass-interference, with a referee staring directly at it the whole time) was missed for SCs benefit that basically resulted in a turnover for them. He will never be a good coach because he never actually points the finger at himself. Even when he pretends to in press conferences you can tell he doesn't really think it's his fault. Watched the UF-SC game with my best friend, and he was continuously saying throughout the game, "don't worry, you know that Muschamp is gonna 'Muschamp' this," and he absolutely was right. He played the stall ball we predicted to a tee, running the ball on first and second down on almost every drive when they were winning, playing the time of possession game like it's more important than who scores the most points at the end. That game made me so thankful that he isn't our coach anymore. Anyway, this article popped up and it made me even more thankful that we don't have to deal with that baby anymore. He will never change.