Receiver was once a position of weakness, but Florida returns everyone who played a major role in 2018: Van Jefferson, Josh Hammond, Trevon Grimes, Freddie Swain, Kadarius Toney and Tyrie Cleveland. Without question, this group has experience, depth and talent, another reason it's so important to get even more out of the quarterback position in 2019.
But the receiving group won't be limited to its veterans. Jacob Copeland, an ESPN 300 prospect in the Class of 2018, will get his opportunity to make some plays in the spring after redshirting a season ago. It's clear this group is the deepest Florida has had in quite some time, so it's natural to expect a much bigger year for the unit as a whole in 2019.
All those McGoober recruits who really maxed out under his watchful eye and the foggy bottom system. That's why it makes so much sense that he would get a job coaching wide receivers and Michigan was such an offensive juggernaut last year.
“I think there are some key components for our football team that aren't playing for us right now. And we're very thin in some areas. And it is what it is. I'm not making excuses, that's just the facts, and it's real. I think we've got a good staff and I think that we've got a really good football team. They're fighting their butt off this Saturday, first of all, and heading into spring. And I'm excited about that. I'm excited about this Saturday and our guys getting out and competing again."
Post by Mojave Gator on Mar 11, 2019 15:33:07 GMT -5
How he got another head coaching job, even at a MAC school, is a total mystery. The Central Michigan people looked at the division titles and they never figured out (or they chose to ignore) that the SEC East was at a historic low in terms of competition (thereby allowing a team with no offense to win it twice), and that he managed to get fired after dragging the program below .500 for the second time in four years.