"We knew the rules of engagement when we started the season," Muschamp said. "I'm not one that's going to sit there and complain about it. It is what it is. We had our opportunity in Jacksonville, and we didn't get it done.
"That's our fault. Nobody else's."
Florida's lone loss came against Georgia in Jacksonville. The Gators turned the ball over six times, including once at Georgia's 5-yard line with 2:06 remaining. Florida needed a touchdown and a 2-point conversion to tie the game at 17. Jeff Driskel found tight end Jordan Reed for a 13-yard gain, but Reed fumbled while trying to gain extra yards.
Georgia recovered and ran out the clock.
The 17-9 loss cost the Gators a berth in the SEC title game and a shot at the national title.
Muschamp said he's looking forward to college football's four-team playoff, but won't complain that it's not in place already.
"It is what it is this year," Muschamp said. "I'm not a guy that's going to sit there and belly-ache about the rules. They were set before the season started. We knew the deal. I'm not going to sit there and complain about it. We should have won the game."