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Stricklin believed McElwain had earned a contract extension because he'd guided the Gators to back-to-back SEC East championships, but the administration still had serious concerns about the direction of Florida's offense and strength and conditioning program.

UF administrators had urged McElwain to turn over the staff in the Gators' weight room because they believed workouts were unorganized and players weren't being adequately developed under Mike Kent, the director of strength and conditioning, who had followed McElwain to Florida from Colorado State.

They also wanted McElwain to consider replacing offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier, who eventually received a contract extension this summer. Nussmeier is one of his closest friends and succeeded McElwain as Alabama's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2012 and spent two seasons there before leaving for Michigan in 2014.
McElwain hired Nussmeier three weeks after he landed the Florida job, and their partnership has been unsuccessful. The Gators ranked 111th in total offense in the FBS in 2015, 116th in '16 and 112th Alexander Burmistrov Jersey this season. The Gators have struggled mightily at quarterback since McElwain's arrival. Current West Virginia starter Will Grier, who is tied for fourth nationally with 3,068 passing yards and second with 30 touchdowns, was arguably McElwain's most talented quarterback at Florida, but he transferred after he was hit with a year-long suspension for testing positive for a banned substance. He went 5-0 as Florida's starter, throwing for 1,204 yards with 10 touchdowns and three interceptions.
The inability to develop Franks, a redshirt freshman, has been a major disappointment. ESPN's No. 65 recruit in the Class of 2016 has struggled all season and has an SEC-low QBR of 48.7, throwing for just 928 yards with five touchdowns and four interceptions in eight games.
With the Gators trailing 21-0 at the half in their eventual loss to Georgia, Spurrier walked through the press box and asked a handful of reporters, "What happened to the forward pass?"
Spurrier also lamented Florida's offensive woes during an interview with The State (South Carolina) newspaper last week.
"The offense has been so bad, everybody knows it," Spurrier said.
Spurrier, who works as an ambassador and consultant at Florida, offered UF coaches plenty of advice this season. On the morning after Florida's season-opening 33-17 loss to Michigan, Spurrier walked into a meeting with Nussmeier and the other offensive assistants. He sat down and said, "I have some ideas on how you can throw the ball."
Spurrier told The State he tried to help as much as he could.
"Oh, yeah, I did that every week or so," Spurrier said, "just with Nussmeier and his staff, and they look at it. He's put some of them in. He's put a few in. I'll walk through there and give them a play every now [and] then, one or two plays, say, 'What'd you think about this? This was good for us.' Sometimes they actually use them, and sometimes it's foreign to them. Our offense was so much different from what they do here."
Those close to McElwain insist the coach was not bothered by Spurrier's presence. But having Foley, his influential and opinionated former boss whom he clashed with at times, still involved as emeritus athletic director was challenging. Multiple sources told ESPN that even though Foley was no longer the AD, it was clear he was still involved in athletic department matters.
Despite the offensive struggles and the internal and external distractions, McElwain still became the first SEC coach to make it to the http://www.officialflyersteamonline.com/Shayne_Gostisbehere_Jersey SEC championship game in each of his first two seasons. He won more games (19) in http://www.officialoriolesshop.com/authentic-31-ubaldo-jimenez-jersey.html 2015 and 2016 than any SEC coach not named Nick Saban and tied Spurrier for the second-most victories by Alexander Burmistrov Jersey a Florida coach in his first two seasons. He was also outscored 58-15 in two games against Florida State and 83-31 in his two SEC title game matchups against Alabama, fueling fan discontent.
McElwain felt underappreciated and bristled at Florida fans' frustrations about the team's offense.
"I mean, it's obviously one of those things that you have to constantly evaluate and get better at," McElwain said heading into the 2016 SEC title game. "I was also brought in here to get to Atlanta. How many years have I been here? OK."
Stricklin even came to McElwain's http://www.authenticducksjerseys.com/Authentic-Ryan-Garbutt-Jersey defense when he sat down with ESPN this spring"We're a Presbyterian game being canceled away from [McElwain] having back-to-back 10-win seasons in his first two years," Stricklin told ESPN. "I don't think he gets credit for that. ... There's a lack of appreciation for Alexander Burmistrov Jersey what he's done."
In the end, though, frustration boiled over -- a culmination of issues over facilities, on-field performance and, ultimately, McElwain's recent comments about alleged death threats -- and Florida is looking for a new football coach, its fifth since Spurrier retired in Alexander Burmistrov Jersey 2001.
"There were a lot of issues, and last week was kind of the tipping point of, 'This was not going to work,'" a UF source said

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