FSU suffers worst home loss ever
Taggart points finger at ‘some guys that quit’ in rout by Clemson
TALLAHASSEE — Florida State’s worst-case scenario became reality Saturday, with the Seminoles suffering the worst home loss in program history.
FSU (4-4, 2-4 ACC) was vocal about protecting Doak Campbell Stadium, but No. 2 Clemson (8-0, 5-0 ACC) and its NFL-caliber talent handed the Seminoles an embarrassing 59-10 loss and left Seminoles coach Willie Taggart to pick up the pieces.
“First time since I’ve been here I felt like we had some guys that quit on our football team and that can’t be tolerated,” Taggart said. “One thing you can’t do: you can’t quit. You quit, you don’t play. So we’ve got to do a great job of making sure we’ve got the right guys and at every aspect of the game — offense, defense, special
Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois throws a pass while under pressure during the Seminoles’ loss to Clemson Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium.