FSU football is entering the second year under Taggart as their head coach, and he should not be worried that this will be his final chance at success.
Over the last few months, one of the most scrutinized people in all of college football has been the man leading the FSU football team. When Willie Taggart took over the Seminoles, it was with plenty of pomp and circumstances that did not equal the results on the field last year with the first losing season in over four decades.
Since the season finale loss to Florida, Taggart has been ridiculed by seemingly everyone who covers the sport and even from some members of the Florida State fan base – something that was amplified in recent days with a signing day class that some thought was below the standards of the program over the years.
Since that point, publications like CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated have become the latest to put Taggart squarely on the hot seat entering just his second season with the Noles – something that is absolutely insane when you actually take some time to see what is going on with the program. Here are the three reasons why Taggart should not be on the hot seat during the 2019 season.