by Larry LeoNovember 22, 2021
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Not surprised by Florida firing Dan Mullen on Sunday, ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum believes the Gators have become toxic...
“Well, he had no choice,” Finebaum said of the decision by Florida’s athletic director. “I said to you that I felt like he was on life support, and the tug of war down in Gainesville, do we wait a week, do we owe it to the players to have Senior Day, the old line that Stricklin’s predecessor, Jeremy Foley once said, ‘If it’s inevitable, do it immediately,’ I think ruled the day. Why wait. By the way, what if he wins that game, it really doesn’t mean anything. The atmosphere down there had grown toxic, many of the former players, and I’m talking about pre-Urban Meyer days, had turned against Mullen, and Stricklin had no choice.”
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Hope he's worth it.
What does his future hold?
Uh...you can't do that.
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