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Willie Taggart On What FSU Fans Can Expect From The Offense In 2018

Florida State fans holding their hands up.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - NOVEMBER 22: Florida State Seminoles fans hold up four fingers during the fourth quater against the Boston College Eagles during the game at Doak Campbell Stadium on November 22, 2014 in Tallahassee, Florida. The Seminoles defeated the Eagles 20-17. (Photo by Jeff Gammons/Getty Images)

The Seminoles' new head coach made a bold proclamation.

ESPN had Florida State's new head coach, Willie Taggart, appear on the broadcast of the Seminoles' Independence Bowl contest against Southern Miss this afternoon.

During his appearance in the ESPN booth, Taggart was asked what FSU fans can expect from the offense in 2018.

Taggart's response: Speed.

"I don’t think you’ll see a huddle again," he said.

Florida State's offense struggled in 2017, ranking 92nd in the country in passing and 83rd in rushing. The Seminoles lost their starting quarterback in Game 1 and never recovered.

Oregon, when it had starting quarterback Justin Herbert on the field, was one of the country's most-exciting offenses.

FSU should be much more fun to watch in 2018.