The Florida head football coach said Jeff Driskel would be the Gators starting quarterback at his Monday press conference.
It wasn’t a surprise to anyone who watched Florida’s 27-14 Victory over Bowling Green last Saturday.
After Driskel and Jacoby Brissett split most of the first half, Driskel played the entire second half.
Driskel took 20 snaps in the first half and Brissett was under center for 11 snaps.
In playing Driskel the entire second half, Muschamp said he needed a more mobile quarterback in the lineup .
Well if he feels that way against Bowling Green you can imagine what he fears when the Gators start their SEC schedule, which happens to be this weekend at Texas A&M.
Driskel didn’t overwhelm anyone against Bowling Green and the two quarterbacks threw only 21 combined passes.
“I just feel that Jeff with his legs gives us some different variables in our offense that can help us as we move forward,” Muschamp said. “It’ll be Jeff’s game to play. I told Jeff, I don’t want you looking over your shoulder, but you need to play well.
"I have confidence in both guys. (We) can win with both guys. I just felt like at this time it's good to move forward with naming one guy and go with it."
As expected, Brissett was not happy with the decision and Muschamp said he respected those feelings.
“I’ve said it before and I will say it again, we can win with both guys,” Muschamp said. “He (Brissett) is one snap away. Jacoby needs to continue what he is doing.”