GAINESVILLE, FL — Gators Head Coach Will Muschamp took a personal day Monday to scream with friends and family. “IT’S REALLY ALL ABOUT BALANCE,” Muschamp said before tossing a horseshoe. “I PUT SO MUCH OF MYSELF INTO THIS PROGRAM, WHETHER IT’S SCREAMING AT REFS, YELLING AT PLAYERS, OR SHOUTING AT THE PRESS… A LOT OF THE TIME, THERE’S NOT A LOT OF VOICE LEFT FOR THE PEOPLE CLOSEST TO ME.” Although the program insists the time off was at Muschamp’s request, other sources close to the team say that Athletic Director Jeremy Foley told Muschamp to take the time off after noticing clear signs that stress was affecting his performance. The final straw came after the spectacle during Saturday’s game in which Muschamp began arguing with officials over a call in polite, reasoned tones and concluded with a hearty handshake with head linesman Terry Shults. A Gators spokesman said that Muschamp will run screaming like a maniac back onto the practice field on Tuesday.