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Willie Taggart Named Florida State Head Football Coach


FSU on Tuesday announced that Willie Taggart, the former coach at Western Kentucky, South Florida and Oregon, has agreed to become the next coach of the Seminoles’ football team. A Bradenton, Fla., native who grew up a Florida State fan, Taggart is the 10th head coach in program history and just its third since 1976, when the legendary Bobby Bowden took over in Tallahassee. (Florida State Athletics)

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