Here’s the question of the week from someone who follows college football on a casual basis for most of the year. He is a Notre Dame fan, so his interest in CFB is directly related to how the Irish are doing, which means he has become an avid fan this fall.
“Let me get this straight,” says the ND guy. “”The coach at Florida is coach of the Year one year and wins the SEC East title for the two years he is at Florida and he gets fired in the middle of the season. Can you explain that?”
It is a logical question for the people who learned that Florida and Gator Coach Jim McElwain had mutually agreed to end their relationship on Sunday morning. The rest of this article is available to subscribers only – to become a subscriber click here.