Saturday was a day unlike any in the last month or so for Florida State football: a day to celebrate. After losing three straight games and on the precipice of their first four-game losing streak since 1975, the Seminoles came through in the clutch against the No. 20 Boston College Eagles, topping BC in the game’s waning moments to emerge with a 22-21 victory.
The comeback triumph kept FSU’s bowl hopes alive, and the garnet and gold can return to postseason play with a win over the Florida Gators in Tallahassee on Saturday. Taggart spoke to the media, but he let his moves do the talking in the locker room, when he got down with the team after the big victory. As you can see in the tweet embedded below, Taggart used a whistle while dancing, which may have hit a little too close to home for the team after some of the suspect officiating it endured against BC. But regardless of what you think of his dancing, at least he didn’t throw — or pick up — any flags.
Coach Tag is L-I-T. #DoSomething pic.twitter.com/eIGpQ7wjV7— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) November 18, 2018