HOOVER, Ala. (WATE)- Monday was the unofficial start to the 2014 NCAA football season with the start of SEC Media Days. Florida head coach Will Muschamp and the Florida student representatives took the podium on Monday where they were asked about Muschamp's future as the Gator's head coach.
Although Muschamp won 11 games in 2012, the program took a nose dive last year and missed out on a bowl game for the first time since 1990 with a 4-8 record. The 2014 season could be his last in Gainesville if the Gators don't produce.
"It's not something that we talk about or goes through our mind," said Gator quarter back Jeff Driskel. "In college football, coaches are always on the hot seat and they're always being evaluated from year to year."
"I haven't worked any harder than when we won 11 games and I'm not working any harder than I did last year," said Muschamp. "At the end of the day, it's a bottom line profession. You need to win games and that's what we plan on doing."
The Gators have the talent in 2014 and Muschamp says last year's terrible offense can be revamped by former Duke offensive coordinator Kurt Roper.
Florida plays at the Vols in Knoxville on October 4th.