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Florida State discharged manager Willie Taggart, who was in a center of a six-year, $30 million contract, progressing this month after only 21 games.
When he was dismissed, he was due a buyout between $17 and $18 million. According to a Tallahassee Democrat, jaunty executive David Coburn pronounced during a time that a buyout hadn’t been finalized only yet.
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Three weeks later, questions still remain about either Taggart perceived his buyout.
Taggart sealed a nine-page minute of agreement to turn Florida State’s football manager when he was hired on Dec. 5, 2017, according to a Tampa Bay Times. The minute was deliberate to be a “binding document” though was meant to be a placeholder until a grave agreement was signed.
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The Tampa Bay Times reported that a agreement was never signed, that would means complications in formalizing a multi-million dollar buyout between a propagandize and Taggart.
Experts told a paper a propagandize could still cruise Taggart an “at-will employee” that means they wouldn’t have to compensate a buyout. According to Darren Rovell of The Action Network, Taggart had sealed a agreement though Florida State did not.
Taggart’s buyout could also be equivalent if a manager finds “subsequent employment,” that isn’t clearly tangible in a agreement, according to a Tampa Bay Times.
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Taggart assimilated Florida State in 2017 after one deteriorate with Oregon. The group went 5-7 in his initial year and started 4-5 before he was fired.
The Seminoles degraded Alabama State 49-12 on Nov. 16 to secure their sixth feat of a deteriorate and turn bowl-eligible.