Well, the biggest thing is the perception of FSU football. There’s a segment of the country and fan base who agree it was the right move.
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There are others who believe the move was made hastily and patience should have been shown given Taggart was only 21 games into the job.
Willie Taggart’s agent Jimmy Sexton is the agent to most high-profile college coaches. How will that impact FSU’s next hire or will they have to deal with him at all?
If so, what will he share with potential candidates about his experience with working with FSU administration?
We have to remember he’s also the agent of former FSU football head coach Jimbo Fisher. Will what we’ve seen on the field the last three years impact who FSU can hire?
After all, there’s way more information available about some of the behind the scenes stuff that was unbeknownst to Willie Taggart when he took the job.
Is the job thought to be even more of a rebuild now than when Willie Taggart took over in December 2017? What about knowledge of FSU’s President and Athletic Director likely gone in the next year or two?