The Florida job isn't opening up. The guy is 16-4 in conference play and won the SEC East the last two seasons. They are only one game behind Georgia. There are always delusional fans with every fanbase that wants a winning head coach fired after any loss. It is now those morons vent in life. The case with Riley is that he is a career 500% coach and is failing in his third season here. And it isn't going to get any better. McElwain is 44-26 in his career and 22-10 since being the Florida coach. Miami, Florida and Florida State jobs are nowhere near opening up. If changes are made to those schools, it will be on the coordinator or assistant side of things.