Will Muschamp has been terminated by a SEC football program before the finish of its season. Once more.
South Carolina chopped out Muschamp on Sunday with four years staying on his agreement, provoking a buyout of $13.2 million. He likewise had been terminated by Florida in November 2014 with three years staying on that bargain.
South Carolina athletic chief Ray Tanner reported that hostile organizer and previous Colorado State lead trainer Mike Bobo will fill in as the break mentor for the rest of the period.
The Gamecocks (2-5) were burnt for 708 yards of offense in Saturday’s 59-42 misfortune to Ole Miss, their third consecutive destruction.
“I like all that Will Muschamp has accomplished for our program and wish him and his family the best pushing ahead,” Tanner said in an assertion. “I accept our program will be very much served by Coach Bobo as the break lead trainer as we look for another pioneer for Gamecock Football.”
The 49-year-old Muschamp drove South Carolina to three straight bowl appearances in his first three seasons in Quite a while, yet the Gamecocks have posted a 6-13 record the previous two seasons. He likewise drove Florida to a 11-2 imprint and a Sugar Bowl appearance in his second season in Gainesville prior to going 10-13 over his last two seasons.
The 46-year-old Bobo was terminated a year ago at Colorado State subsequent to posting a 28-35 record in five seasons with the Rams. South Carolina has three games remaining this season, home games against Missouri and No. 13 Georgia and a street game Dec. 5 at Kentucky.