Bryant Young Resigns as Gators Defensive Line Coach
GAINESVILLE- Citing a need to spend more time with his family, former Florida defensive line coach Bryant Young announced his resignation Wednesday, leaving an opening on the Gators coaching staff.
"After heavy consideration and giving over two decades to the game of football, I have made a personal decision to resign from my position at the University of Florida in order to pursue more time with my family," said Young.
"I am humbled by and grateful for the opportunity I have had to positively influence the hardworking student-athletes and young men whom I will surely miss."
Will Muschamp added his appreciation for Young:
"We are very thankful for Coach Young's contributions to the program and I respect his decision. This is strictly a personal decision and has nothing to do with NCAA compliance, but just an opportunity to evaluate his future path," said Head Coach Will Muschamp. "I always have and will continue to be very supportive of Coach Young and his family. Our entire staff will be there for him to provide any assistance and guidance in the future. We wish he and his family nothing but the best."
- UF D-Line Coach Chris Rumph Praises Play of Defense
- Fowler Stepping Up on Gator Defensive Line
- Gators Offense Preparing for Young Georgia Defense
- Gators Hire Mike Summers as Offensive Line Coach
- Gators Wide Receivers Coach Hill Resigns
- Dowling Resigns as Gator Women's Golf Coach
- Battle of the Trenches: UF Offensive Line vs. LSU Defensive Line
- Craig Damon Resigns as North Marion Football Head Coach
- Gators Depth Helping Gators Defense
- Muschamp: Gators Faltered on Line of Scrimmage Versus LSU