Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp reacts as he walks off the field after they lost to the Georgia Southern Eagles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Georgia Southern Eagles defeated the Florida Gators 26-20. (Photo: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)
The University of Florida does not plan to fire coach Will Muschamp, despite a shocking loss FCS team Georgia Southern to add to a disappointing season, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
However, Muschamp's coaching staff will reportedly undergo significant changes after the season ends this Saturday against Florida State.
CBS Sports reported Saturday that offensive coordinator Brent Pease and offensive line coach Tim Davis will lose their jobs.
The Gators (4-7) have lost six straight, capped by Saturday's 26-20 loss at home to Georgia Southern. The announced crowd of 82,459 was the lowest in Muschamp's three seasons at Florida.
"It's my job to get it fixed, and we will get it fixed," Muschamp said after the game.
Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said he supported Muschamp "1,000 percent" after Florida fell at Vanderbilt 34-17 on Nov. 9.
The Gators finish the season against the unbeaten Seminoles, who are coming off an 80-14 blowout over Idaho.
Florida has not scored more than 20 points during its skid and scored a season-high 31 points on Sept. 21 against Tennessee.