After compiling a four-year record of 28-21 at Florida, how will Gator fans welcome now-South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp back to the Swamp Nov. 12 when the Gamecocks come to town? According to senior linebacker Jarrad Davis, Muschamp can expect more jeers than cheers.

Here’s what Davis had to say at SEC Media Days in regards to Muschamp’s eventually return to Gainesville this season:

While Muschamp’s overall record as Florida’s head coach from 2011-2014 wasn’t stellar, he did have a home record of 18-8 as the Gators’ coach. His 8-9 road record, as well as 2-4 neutral site history – which included a 1-3 record against Georgia – was really what killed the defensive-minded coach’s tenure in Gainesville.

After being fired by Florida, Muschamp spent the 2015 season as defensive coordinator at Auburn before landing the South Carolina head coaching position.