Willie Taggart

This topic contains 6 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  mtn2top 1 day, 11 hours ago.

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  • #26947

    Gators93
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    Leaving Oregon after one year is kind of a douchey move, reminiscent me of Lane Kiffin. Very selfish. Maybe FSU is the perfect school for him. He’s supposedly a good recruiter, but then again Muschamp consistently had top 3 classes. Doesn’t make you a good coach.

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  • #26950

    mtn2top
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    Can’t blame Taggart when they roll the Brinks truck up to the front door with a moving van. The only loyalty today in college football for a coach is to the almighty dollar.

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  • #26955

    NotQyteNeo
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    Timing is a key factor in this. The school and coach both know it is a very good match. If he passes on the offer this year, it may not be available to him when he’s ready. Coordinators make 1-year(and often less) jumps all the time. But those changes are not scrutinized as much.

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  • #26959

    fischerwood
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    Who cares, it’s FSCW (florida state college for women

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  • #26977

    Black Dahlia
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    Oregon’s “student”- athletes agree:

    “Cuh is a liar then gone cry if front of the team like we gone feel bad for em. https://t.co/99J9qqtRW5
    — 16 (@NLMBNICC) December 6, 2017″

    I think.

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  • #27003

    vulcan_alex
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    I agree they are just paid employees and if you want a job and it is open you go for it. Perhaps all coaches should not promise things that they won’t deliver on.

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  • #27049

    mtn2top
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    Why wouldn’t he leave if offered a better job? Would you leave a job after a year if you could make that much more money and take over a top 10 team? I would. The only loyalty for college coaches today is to the almighty dollar.

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