By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
September 10, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- They were projected to win the game by over 30 points. But after trailing the Samford Bulldogs for three quarters, Florida State edged out only a 10-point win.
It wasn't pretty, but Willie Taggart notched his first win as the Noles head coach. And, as he said following the game, a win's a win.
Maybe he's right, but the Seminoles still have several areas of concern.
The good news is they've finally begun to show consistency. In the fourth quarter alone on Saturday, they scored 15 points.
As Taggart said on Monday, he hopes those positive plays become more permanent in week three.
"I think when you watch us play in the first two ball games, we had some good runs or some good pass plays and then we'd follow it up with something bad," Taggart said. "It just hadn't been consistent when it comes to executing and that last drive I think you saw it; one of the better times where we executed a drive consistently. But, it showed our guys they can do it."