With the firing of Al Golden announced by UM Sunday evening, recruits reacted.
Wellington wide receiver Ahmmon Richards responded in the most extreme way. He decommitted Sunday night with this tweet.
*Three-star cornerback out of Hallandale Deion Jackson said the firing won't affect his commitment, but did say he felt the move was "stupid."
He added: "Golden was a good coach. He had chemistry with the team. He literally used to go on the field and work with the players himself.
"Golden brought a family together. He always used to say, 'This is not just a football program, it's a family.' Half of these college coaches don't care. They don't care. They don't even look some recruits in the eye when they speak to recruits. Golden did and always stayed on top of me with my grades and things like that.
"Other college coaches don't care about building chemistry. If you're good, they want you just to win."
*Jackson's teammate at Hallandale, running back Zack Moss, says the change doesn't affect his commitment.
"I didn't commit to the coaches," he says. "I just look at rosters, mainly my position."
*Lantana Santaluces linebacker Zach McCloud will take a wait-and-see approach. He doesn't have much time as he plans to be an early enrollee in January for the spring semester.
"To be honest, I'm waiting before I make any big decisions. My biggest concern in this process is my future with only three months to decide since I'll be an early enrollee," he says. "I'm not comfortable at the moment, still being patient, though. I want to make an informed decision."
*Columbus defensive end Josh Uche told 247 Sports, "I don't know yet, honestly ... I will talk to my family and coaches [Monday] and then decide. I will make my decision soon."
Uche is still strongly considering Florida and Alabama, both which offered him in the summer after he committed to UM.
*Quarterback commit Jack Allison was not available for comment, but Palmetto coach Dave Marino said Allison was "disappointed" and that Allison sticking with UM "all depends on who they hire and if Coach Coley is retained."
*Four-star St. Thomas Aquinas wide receiver Sam Bruce, who was in attendance to watch UM's 58-0 debacle against Clemson and has also recently taken an Ohio State visit, when reached said: "No comment."
But Bruce later made his opinion known with the tweets below.
The latter of the two statements, of course, is in reference to UM wide receivers coach Kevin Beard who once coached Bruce at University School.
*Fellow Aquinas wide receiver and legacy Cane commit Michael Irvin II voiced his displeasure with the decision earlier Sunday.
*Teammate at Aquinas and 2017 linebacker Tyler Dunning had no comment but did post this to Twitter.
*Dionte Mullins' mother posted this on Twitter, noting "#StillCommitted" at the end.
*2017 safety out of Jacksonville Bolles Ahman Ross said, "Committed to UM. I will, of course, evaluate the staff, but I am committed to UM."
*Four-star athlete Tyler Byrd out of Naples posted this.
*Nick Roberts, 2017 defensive back out of Orange Park Oakleaf, expressed similar sentiments in this post.
*Deltona assistant coach David Williams said of senior tight end/defensive end Evan Hinson: "We're staying committed on our end."
*Fort Lauderdale coach Richard Dunbar said of committed defensive end Jaquwan Nelson, "Jaquwan will stay committed to UM but will take all of his visits. Just not sure what the university is thinking at this point. That's very critical for him."
Dunbar is referring to whether the new staff that comes in will continue to recruit his three-star defensive end, who has recorded 66 tackles and 15 sacks on the year.
*The latest UM commit, 2018 wide receiver Daquris Wiggins, said: "I'm still committed."