The junior guard was slumping in what was supposed to be his best season at Florida. He broke out of it Wednesday night, and with significant injuries plaguing the team’s front court, Florida needs his new-found success to continue.
Mullen inherits a program coming off its second losing season in nearly three decades. His mission is simple: Restore it to its former glory. As Florida’s two previous head coaches know, that’s easier said than done.
Current Florida Atlantic coach and former Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin clearly found a little humor in Tennessee’s troubles as they tried to hire former Rutgers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano.