It’s all over the place.

TVs, newspapers, radio shows, websites — all forms of media are discussing Will Muschamp’s final week as Florida head coach.

Everyone except … well … for Will Muschamp.

The fourth-year head coach is just days away from his last game as the Gators’ head man, a school he grew up rooting for in Gainesville, Fla., Muschamp is a beloved person around the program, but he simply didn’t win enough and athletic director Jeremy Foley decided it was time to move on.

Although Muschamp’s final game coincides with a matchup against the Gators’ biggest rival, he isn’t letting it affect his preparation. For Muschamp, it’s just like any other week.

“It doesn’t really change for me,” Muschamp said. “It’s preparation — it’s a good football team. You turn on the tape and you don’t get real emotional … When the game starts, you enjoy the competition.”

Ironically enough, Muschamp’s last game with Florida could be the biggest win of his coaching career.

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The Seminoles are in the midst of a 27-game winning streak, winning the ACC Championship and National Championship in 2013. This season, they are currently slotted for a berth in the inaugural College Football Playoff and an overwhelming favorite to win their conference again.

Last year, FSU dominated Florida, 37-7, to cap off a miserable year for the Gators. The mountain to climb for Florida on Saturday is great once again, but it could be the off-the-field aspects that ultimately drives the Gators.

Rivalry games like this one always bring with it high emotions, but adding in it with Muschamp’s final week and the outgoing head coach understands managing the emotional highs and lows will be crucial to the Gators’ success.

“Just play the game,” Muschamp said. “All the other stuff, we don’t need that. Just play the game … There will be high emotions. They need to manage that. They can’t let it overtake them, especially early in the game getting very emotional.”

“There are going to be a lot of ups and downs in the game, and you’ve got to play through them,” he added. “Any big game, that’s what you need to be able to do.”

As for the comparisons between his situation and the one former Florida head coach Ron Zook faced in 2004, Muschamp doesn’t want to hear it. He’s just focused on what will help his team win its season-finale.

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“It is what it is,” Muschamp said of the Zook comparisons. “I mean, that isn’t going to help us win the game. I can assure you of that. So we’ll prepare well and we’ll go up there and play well. That’s what we need to do.”

Despite the circumstances surrounding this program’s future, it’s business as usual for Muschamp and the Gators as they head to Tallahassee this weekend. Florida doesn’t need much else to get ready for its in-state rival.

“They don’t need fireworks to get ready for this one. They’ll be ready to go.”