FSU AD David Coburn has shot down rumors that a decision has been made to move on from Willie Taggart. He also said that there’s not a snowball’s chance that they would target Urban Meyer in any potential coaching search.
Dan Wolken of USA Today ranked Willie Taggart’s contract as the third worst deal in college football. I’m sure you can guess who number one is.
Despite Taggart’s buyout, Matt Baker of the Tampa Bay Times suggests that FSU needs to find a way to cut bait with the second-year head coach now.
The latest Nolecast discusses Taggart’s future, as well as running through different scenarios for how the rest of the season could play out.
The ’Noles were back to practice, and after seeing considerable playing time against Wake Forest, freshman Darius Washington continues to work with the first team offensive line:
First-team OL includes Darius Washington and Andrew Boselli pic.twitter.com/JIHTarvdGJ— Chris Nee (@CNee247) October 22, 2019
We extend our well wishes to former FSU OC Mark Richt and former Miami HC Mark Richt who suffered a heart attack:
I am assuming word travels fast. So I wanted to be able to inform everyone that I did have a heart attack this morning. I am doing fine. As I went through the experience I had peace knowing I was going to heaven but I was going to miss my wife. I plan to be at work this week.— Mark Richt (@MarkRicht) October 21, 2019
Richt, who is currently an analyst for the ACC Network, seems to be in good spirits:
I guess I’m off the cheese balls!— Mark Richt (@MarkRicht) October 21, 2019
FSU extended an offer to 4-star athlete Charles Montgomery out of Armwood High School in Tampa, Florida:
Very Blessed & Excited To Receive A Offer From THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY #FearTheSpear @TBTurner813 @CoachWoodie @FSUFootball pic.twitter.com/Upi71ugLWk— Charles I. Montgomery (@iam_CharlesM3) October 22, 2019
FSU Basketball was back in action in an exhibition game as they gear up for the start of the regular season in November:
Final— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) October 23, 2019
FSU 95-66 Barry pic.twitter.com/Pl19FQKv7y
Sam Darnold admitted he was seeing ghosts against a historically good Patriots defense on Monday night—Terrance Brooks was one of those ghosts:
No fly zone. @_Showtime29 | #GoPats pic.twitter.com/l8vTyu44S9— New England Patriots (@Patriots) October 22, 2019