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While he is not a player, Charlie Weis has been the biggest disappointment for the Gators this year.
Weis brought in a pro style offense, and granted he didn't have the players he needed to run everything he wanted, but his inability to adapt his offense to the players he had reminded Gator fans of watching Steve Addazio call plays last season.
Addazio is not a name you want to be associated with in Gainesville, especially if you are calling plays.
Weis leaned on Chris Rainey and Jeff Demps to coast through an easy September schedule and promised to throw the kitchen sink at Alabama. Florida connected on a long touchdown to Andre Debose to start the game, but wouldn't score another touchdown the rest of the game.
To describe Florida's offense as anything other than anemic would be wrong.
To put it into perspective how bad the offense was this season let's take Weis' salary for 2010. Weis is set to make $765,000 this season, not including a $100,000 signing bonus. If you divide his salary, $865,000 by the touchdowns Florida scored this year, 29, than Charlie Weis was paid roughly $29,827 for every touchdown Florida score.
If you don't want to think about the money than compare the 29 touchdowns to the 38 scored by Montee Ball. Ball, a junior Heisman hopeful, outscored the entire Gator offense by nine touchdowns.
Weis and Muschamp will need to turn things around quickly, or they will find out how little patience Gator Nation has for losing coaches. If they don't want to wait and find out, they can call Ron Zook, who went 8-4 in each of his first two seasons at Florida not 6-6.