Florida head coach Will Muschamp will step down at the end of the 2014 season.

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According to various reports including Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples, the hammer’s come down in Gainesville on the heels of Saturday’s loss to South Carolina after the Gators had a field goal and punt blocked in the fourth quarter nursing a 7-point lead.

“Very disappointed to lose that football game,” Muschamp said. “Our guys fought and played hard and put ourselves in position to get it done … and didn’t get it done.”

Muschamp will coach Florida’s remaining regular-season games against Eastern Kentucky and Florida State.

Will Muschamp’s stint at Florida

  • 27-20 overall
  • 17-15 in the SEC
  • 13-5 against unranked SEC opponents
  • 4-10 against UGA, Missouri, South Carolina and FSU
  • 4-8 in 2013, Florida’s worst season since 1979

Muschamp’s future has been uncertain throughout the season, but took a turn in the right direction after a win over Georgia on Nov. 1. That ended Saturday when the Gamecocks recorded an improbable overtime victory to snap the Gators’ two-game winning streak.

This story will be updated when more details become available.