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Report: UF to fire Todd Grantham, John Hevesy

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida coach Dan Mullen indicated after the LSU game that he didn't want to make staff changes until after the season, when he had a chance to fully evaluate things and make an informed decision. Saturday's loss to South Carolina changed the equation, apparently. According to a...
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Florida football reportedly firing Todd Grantham, John Hevesy amid Dan Mullen struggles: Media reaction

Florida has lost three straight games and dropped to 4-5 this season after another anemic performance defensively. "Give them a lot of credit, they played well and made some plays," Mullen said postgame. "They were able to run the ball and control the tempo of the game, capitalized on some mistakes we made. I'm disappointed in what we did. We've got to work and find a way to get better."
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Florida parts with top assistants Todd Grantham, John Hevesy: What's it means, what's next for the Gators

Florida parted ways with defensive coordinator Todd Grantham and offensive line coach John Hevesy on Monday, the school announced, with the Gators mired in a 4-5 season just one year after winning the SEC East and flirting with the College Football Playoff. In subsequent moves, linebackers coach Christian Robinson will serve as the play-caller on defense, and special assistant Paul Pasqualoni will move to an on-field role.

Florida Gators Reportedly Part Ways With OL Coach John Hevesy

Along with defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, the Florida Gators are also parting ways with offensive line coach John Hevesy, according to Bruce Feldman of The Athletic. Grantham's contract was set to expire following the season in January 2022, while Hevesy was one of the highest-earning assistant coaches in the program at $630,000. Both sides of the football have been an issue for Florida, and the offensive line is no different.

Why Florida coach Dan Mullen fired Todd Grantham and John Hevesy

GAINESVILLE — Florida’s indefensible and inexplicable loss at South Carolina changed everything for Gators coach Dan Mullen. The idea of losing some of his trusted assistants was weighing on him before the game. After watching his team get crushed by a middling SEC East team led by a first-year coach and third-string quarterback, firing defensive coordinator Todd Grantham and offensive line coach John Hevesy became inevitable.