Dan Mullen’s job security is becoming increasingly ominous as Florida fans want him to move on from defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, and insert Anthony Richardson in as the starting quarterback ahead of Emory Jones.

The Gators are trying to bounce back from their third loss of the season this week when they travel to Jacksvonille and take on Georgia. SEC Network host Paul Finebaum addressed Mullen’s situation on the ESPN College Football Podcast.

Florida is about a two-touchdown underdog this week against Georgia. Finebaum was asked how much faith he has in the Mullen-led Gators.

“None,” Finebaum said, via On3. “That has become a really interesting story where I live. Because it seems like a fate of compli that Todd Grantham is going to be gone at the end of the season. Fans do not want to see Emory Jones anymore, they want to see Anthony Richardson. It seems like both will play against the Dogs, and quite frankly, I believe this is a critical game for Dan Mullen in the sense of how does he come out of this — a loss to the No. 1 team, the fourth of the season, which would match last year’s games. That is not acceptable.”

While Mullen has lost some confidence from the fans, his job is not in jeopardy, according to Finebaum.

“Hear me clearly: he’s not getting fired,” Finebaum said. “But it is going to put him in an awkward position. His popularity with the fanbase is going to evaporate quickly if this game goes really poorly.