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How much does USF still owe Taggart?

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A lot, and 3 more years I believe. 

He will get canned this season and he will get canned before the season ends.  We'll owe him $400K for two years.

is that because his base salary is 400k?

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We'd only have to pay him for 2 seasons so it should end the same time Holtz's extension ends. 

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A lot, and 3 more years I believe. 

He will get canned this season and he will get canned before the season ends.  We'll owe him $400K for two years.

is that because his base salary is 400k?

Correct! I believe.

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A lot, and 3 more years I believe. 

He will get canned this season and he will get canned before the season ends.  We'll owe him $400K for two years.

This from last year:

 

how much is taggart's buyout? just wondering

 

Collin Sherwin â€@USFCollin Nov 1

For those asking: Willie Taggart's buyout is $400k per yr through 2017. If he was fired, USF would owe him & Holtz a combined $900k per year

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Simple answer: 14,000 people in the stands, we just need to jack up the ticket prices! Somebody do the math.

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The best possible scenario is for him not to be fired (for fiscal reasons), but demoted.  Leave no doubt our recruiting is top/near top of the American class for time being.  We have athletes that can go toe-to-toe with some of our conference and out of conference foes.  There's no debate on playcalling and development of these players.  Atrocious

I wonder if he were given an opportunity to still recruit and accept something lower on the food chain within the football program, he would take it.  Probably not.

1) be fired
2) what I just said above

If he were canned, he'd just go to Michigan.  Bleh

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He doesn't even have to be demoted. 

He just needs to give up some of the offensive duties. 

Let someone else who can create a more balanced offense be in charge of QB and playcalling. Taggart has done an impressive job with the running backs so let Taggart remain in charge of that, but let someone else call the game and work in more passes and develope the qbs.

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He doesn't even have to be demoted 

He just needs to give up some of the offensive duties. 

Let someone else who can create a more balanced offense be in charge of QB and playcalling. Taggart has done an impressive job with the running backs so let Taggart remain in charge of that, but let someone else call the game and work in more passes and develope the qbs.

I would be so happy with this scenerio. The teams attitude has turned the corner, they are working hard and it shows. NOW if only  CWT could get the F out of his own way we might have won some of these games...

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What a train wreck our football program has been...so disappointing.  So promising with recruiting, but on the field decision making has been really bad.  I am so afraid that after he is fired, we will be viewed as the cemetery for up and coming coaches.  We need a solid head coach.  All the money we have been paying for coaching mistakes could have been spent upfront on bringing in a really solid head coach.  Hindsight is 20/20, but from a fan's perspective it has been a misery. 

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What a train wreck our football program has been...so disappointing.  So promising with recruiting, but on the field decision making has been really bad.  I am so afraid that after he is fired, we will be viewed as the cemetery for up and coming coaches.  We need a solid head coach.  All the money we have been paying for coaching mistakes could have been spent upfront on bringing in a really solid head coach.  Hindsight is 20/20, but from a fan's perspective it has been a misery. 

Geez, don't be so over dramatic.  We've had a total of three coaches, one highly successful in building a program from nothing that was fired by an AD who was horrible for our University, one fired after receiving a generous extension because said AD had to backtrack on his self-dealing extension of the coach, and now a HC who simply is not up to the task of being an FBS head coach who was hired by the same horrible AD as a way to show a savings from the firing of coach #2.  Woolard was the architect of all the bad things that have happened to USF football and we just need to bury his last poor decision of hiring Willie Taggart and we'll be fine.

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