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On Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 6:15:03 PM UTC-8, dnrapp wrote:
> On Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 2:44:49 PM UTC-8, michael anderson wrote:
> > FSU fans arent exactly thrilled about him, but it could be worse I guess....
> > 
> > definately an upgrade for the Taggart, although FSU is not a 1a job in many ways it is better
than Oregon.
> If the former FSU coach said the facilities are one of the reasons he left. Imagine what the new
FSU coach will think about them coming from the school with the best facilities.

I'm prejudiced of course, but I think Taggart will count his new money and overlook anything as
unimportant as "facilities".

I'm looking at it like this. If I were a coach at say, Portland State or Boise State or Eastern
Washington and I got hired at Florida State and then got offered the Oregon job, sure I'd move back
here and be happy about it, especially if I were getting a raise.

I don't think I'd play games about it, though. If I were offered Oregon I'd wrap up talks quickly
and not string anyone along and not get snippy with the press.