By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
October 22, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Week by week we've seen improvement from the Florida State football team. Under Willie Taggart, the Seminoles look better and better as the season goes on.
This past weekend, the Noles looked the best they have all season in a 31-17 victory over Wake Forest.
On offense, FSU racked up almost 500 yards and the offensive line didn't allow a single sack.
Defensively, after giving up an early 10 points, FSU dominated the game: Five sacks, a turnover and surrendered only a garbage-time touchdown the rest of the way despite Wake Forest churning out over 100 snaps.
On Monday, Taggart called it the most complete game they've played all season.
“If we continue to make those improvements each day and each week, we'll ultimately see what we can be on a consistent basis," Taggart said. "That's the challenge for our team now is to be able to do that consistently but we've got to continue to improve, continue to do the things we did to prepare for that game like that and continue to make adjustments that we have to when playing an opponent.”