TALLAHASSEE — Florida State, midway through the 2018 season, has been middling.
The Seminoles are equal parts good and bad so far, producing a 3-3 record in their first six games of the season.
It’s been a less than ideal start to the Taggart Era in Tallahassee.
“From a record standpoint, I thought we’d be better than we are,” said FSU coach Willie Taggart at the start of the Seminoles’ bye week. “But I also knew going in that we couldn’t afford to have any injuries at the front and we’ve had plenty of those and we’ve been having to finagle some things and try to find a way and our guys are getting better in that certain area.
“But we are making improvements from what we were in game one and we’ve got to continue to do those things.”
FSU (3-3, 1-3 ACC) returns to its regular schedule this week as the Seminoles are set to host Wake Forest (3-3, 0-2 ACC) on Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
What areas has FSU done well in to build off of, and what areas need drastic improvements if the Seminoles are going to become bowl eligible? Noles247, to reflect on what we’ve learned about FSU in the first half of the season, goes over the good, the bad and the ugly through six games.