Willie Taggart was officially introduced as the new head coach of FSU on Wednesday, addressing his philosophies and his vision of the Seminoles at his inaugural press conference.
His offensive style is very different from what the fans or players of the state of Florida are used to. Gone are the days of a snail rhythm offense.
"Lethal simplicity, we want to score quickly, and often, but let's be very simple in teaching our children and not confusing them."
As for the defense, Taggart said he has not decided what kind of scheme the state of Florida will execute, but he wants to keep it. , "Lethal simplicity." However, he wants the FSU's defense to bring back memories of the Mickey Andrews era.
"I want a very good defense, I want it back where we had it, we were a bunch of bad bades, a group of war-daddies, we want a lethal simplicity, we want to be aggressive, get into attack mode and make plays. 19659007] Our own David Visser broke Taggart's most important priorities by taking over FSU.
Taggart also addressed the FSU fan base for the first time at halftime of the Seminoles basketball game against Loyola.
Ian Boyd of SB Nation broke some films about the development of Taggart's offense in his first three coaches' stops and how it will differ from what FSU fans are used to by Jimbo Fisher.  Recruitment
After his introduction to the media and the fan base, Taggart lost little time starting his late career to put together the signature clbad of the FSU, which began with a trip to visit the linebacke. r of four stars in the city. Come on Amari Gainer, the vocal leader of the FSU recruiting clbad in 2018 who is closing her recruitment and will not make her next planned trip to Notre Dame.
After Gainer, Noles247 reported Wednesday that Taggart will be visiting the five-star field recruit 2018, Justin Fields, who is currently engaged with Georgia. ($)
The FSU basketball team won again on Wednesday and is ready for its first start 8-0 since the 2003-04 season.
After the victory, head coach Leonard Hamilton and the second point guard CJ Walker spoke to the media.
Florida State Seminoles Basketball head coach Leonard Hamilton avoided the hangover effect in Wednesday's 96-71 victory over Loyola (MD).
CJ Walker after the triumph of Florida State Seminoles basketball.