The feelings are natural and understandable. Any time a team that was projected to contend for a divisional title loses three in a row and hovers on the verge of missing a bowl game for the first time in almost a quarter century, frustration, disappointment and anger are going to spill out.
But venting those feelings, while cathartic, never really accomplish much.
So, with a homecoming game against Vanderbilt and the prospect of losing four consecutive games in two out of three years for the first time since 1986-1988 looming large, here are five things Florida coach Will Muschamp must do to stop the bleeding and salvage a Gators season that is in the midst of an implosion.
5. Get off the downer train
When Florida lost 36-17 to Missouri, Muschamp sounded like one of those rabid Florida fans who lives and dies with every play.
"We are just not a very good football team," he said in his postgame press conference. "Offensively, we're anemic."
As honest as that assessment might ha...