Should Florida State fire Willie Taggart? | The Tylt
Florida State head coach Willie Taggart had a less-than-ideal start for the second straight year, starting the year off with a heartbreaking loss to Boise State and barely escaping with a win against the University of Louisiana-Monroe. Seminole fans are used to success, and some fans are already calling for Taggart's head, especially after his subpar 2018 season. Others are preaching patience. What do you think? 🏈
Should Florida State fire Willie Taggart?
When you can't even get your team to face the right direction on the field, it might be time to hang up the whistle. Willie Taggart has done nothing but tarnish the Seminoles' winning legacy since he arrived in Tallahassee. It's time to cut him loose.
Florida State suffered it's first losing season since 1976 under Taggart's care in 2018, and it doesn't look like the team has improved much since. The Seminoles blew an 18-point lead against Boise State to start the season and barely won against the University of Louisiana-Monroe, a team with a total of three winning seasons since 1975.
Taggart has had chances to turn the team around, but he continues to underperform. It's time for him to go.
To quote Aaron Rodgers: "R-E-L-A-X." Everything is going to be fine, Florida State.
Taggart is in the process of turning around a program still reeling from losing Jimbo Fisher. There is no way judgment should be as swift as one season. He needs time to build a culture and acquire the players he needs to be successful. The Seminoles should not give in to a vocal minority. Taggart is here to stay.