Taggart feels Seminoles are close to turning corner

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By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
November 13, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- This weekend, the Florida State Seminoles will aim to snap their three-game losing streak, their longest such skid since 2011, as they welcome Boston College to Doak Campbell Stadium.

As most, if not all, Noles fans know, 2018 has't been kind to the garnet and gold. From offensive line issues to quarterback quandaries to wondering where the defense has gone, FSU has at times looked like a mess on the field.

But from what head coach Willie Taggart says he's seen in practice, he believes the turnaround could be around the corner.

"I think that it can happen at any time because of our guys, our attitude, the way we practiced, the way we do things. We just got to do it on Saturday," Taggart said. "Do it under the spotlight and when it counts. I'm confident this week but we've got to play a lot better."

Florida State needs wins in each of their last two games, against the Eagles and the Florida Gators, to attain bowl eligibility and go to their 37th straight postseason game.

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