Players And Reporters Are Enraged On Twitter Because Of Lies Told By This College Football Coach

New Florida State head coach Willie Taggart took the Seminoles job after just one season at Oregon, and both Ducks players and some media members are none to happy about the decision.

Taggart had been recruiting for Oregon earlier this week and pledged he'd be with the program long-term after his name was originally linked to the FSU job.

After all, he quickly turned down Florida once they fired Jim McElwain and it looked like he was staying. Now that he has left for that very same job, it rubbed a number of players the wrong way.

However, it's not just Oregon players that have been chiming in on Taggart's seeming change of heart. A number of media members have criticized him as well.

Safe to say that Taggart won't be welcomed in Oregon anytime soon.

Taggart, who led the Ducks to a 7-5 record this season, signed a six-year, $30 million deal with Florida State.

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