South Carolina Set To Hire Will Muschamp as Next Coach

muschampspurSouth Carolina has reached an agreement in principle to hire Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp as its next head football coach. After one season at Auburn, where he improved the defense, he is already back in the SEC as a head coach.

The South Carolina job opened in the middle of the season when longtime coach Steve Spurrier abruptly announced he was resigning. The team won two games this season under Spurrier and finished 3-9.

A formal announcement is expected on Monday after the Board of Trustees approves his contract.

Muschamp was fired following the 2014 season at Florida with a 28-21 overall record. After being fired at Florida, Muschamp had the opportunity to join Spurrier’s South Carolina staff as defensive coordinator but chose the take the Tigers top defensive job instead at a salary of $1.6 million annually.

“I was given every opportunity to get it done here and I simply didn’t win enough games – that is the bottom line,” Muschamp said in a statement released by Florida at the time of his firing. “I’m disappointed that I didn’t get it done and it is my responsibility to get it done.”

Will Muschamp Coaching Career

1995–1996 Auburn (GA)
1998 West Georgia (DB)
1999 Eastern Kentucky (DB)
2000 Valdosta State (DC/DB)
2001–2004 LSU (DC/LB)
2005 Miami Dolphins (AHC)
2006–2007 Auburn (DC/DB)
2008–2010 Texas (DC/LB)
2011–2014 Florida
2015–present Auburn (DC)

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