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5 Bold Predictions for 2014

Much like Nick Saban’s new $6.9 million annual salary, you can take these prognostications to the bank

 

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Will Muschamp Takes Over at Florida

Will Muschamp is a bit of an unknown quantity, but he knows Florida, and he knows the SEC.
<p> Will Muschamp is a bit of an unknown quantity, but he knows Florida, and he knows the SEC.</p>
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by Pat Dooley

Back then, there was no Hampton Suites in downtown Gainesville. Back then, the place where Will Muschamp lived during the first four months on the job as Florida’s football coach did not exist. The hotel where he shaved and showered before working deep into the nights has only been open for a year.