Variation, transition - it's what separates successful head coaches from their one-tool career assistant counterparts. An unparalleled resume of ferocious theatrics and Olympic-form chest bumping does not solely a leader make, just ask Ed Orgeron.
Therefore, Gator fans invigorated by Will Muschamp's acclaimed work in the starecore scene popularized by late-'00s sideline coordinators should be equally pleased to see the artist embracing newer, subtler genres on the eve of his major debut.
Consider the above photo: composed but focused, this comparitively minimalist use of emotion will draw a layered, deeper appreciation from Gator Nation when balanced by the guttural wails from UGA fans, now doubly scorned by their assumed native son tactfully shilling for the anti-Atlantan cola. With an abiding respect for his early hits, we're championing this newfound experimentation with UMAD? stylings as Muschamp's most effective and nuanced work to date.