The Florida State Seminoles have their man and it appears that many of his new players are excited to work with him.
On Monday, the university announced Oregon head coach Willie Taggart would be the successor to Jimbo Fisher, who left for a lucrative contract from Texas A&M.
Taggart and Florida State agreed to a six-year, $30 million deal. The 41-year-old from Palmetto said during his introductory press conference Wednesday that this is his dream job.
Here is how Seminoles players reacted:
Let’s do this 💍— Deondre Francois™ (@_Dirtie12) December 5, 2017
To all the fans who decided to stay home instead of support when we were struggling, stay there. Positive company on the road ahead💍— Tre' Mckitty (@T_mckitty) December 5, 2017
The energy is just different.. 👀— LT (@17LoganTyler) December 6, 2017
Most defiantly bringing that swagger back💯— Savage (@E_CRAZEE) December 5, 2017
Y’all caught us slipping this year. Next season we at y’all necks & we ain’t letting up😤— Levonta Taylor (@LevontaTaylor) December 5, 2017
Mood: All smiles in Tallahassee pic.twitter.com/0tqju8FTaa— ermonlane (@Ermonlane7) December 5, 2017
🍢🍢🍢— Keith Gavin Jr. (@DatBoiiKG_7) December 5, 2017
Let’s do it then. 🤫— Dontavious Jackson (@DJACKV_) December 5, 2017