The Seminoles coach mentioned regardless that the staff did not get the win final Saturday of their 47-28 loss to N.C. State, he was impressed with how backup James Blackman fared.
“I believed James did nicely,” Taggart mentioned, through the Tallahassee Democrat. “I informed you all originally of the week I had little question that James would do a great job when he went in there. I’m positive there are some performs that he would like to take again, however he’s such a terrific competitor. I believed he did a great job of distributing the ball to a number of completely different teammates. I believed he did a great job.”
Blackman, who has served as Deondre Francois’ backup for a lot of the season, completed the sport with 421 yards passing, 4 touchdowns and one interception.
He took over the beginning position in Week 9 after a rib harm stored Francois sidelined towards the Wolfpack. With Blackman performing nicely, Taggart can have a tricky choice on his arms on who needs to be underneath middle with the Goliath process of taking down unbeaten Notre Dame.
Initially, Francois received the quarterback battle within the preseason, however now he should battle this week to maintain his beginning place.
“We’ll see on Saturday,” Taggart mentioned. “We’ve received to undergo the week and see how Deondre’s doing and see how these guys are working towards all through the week. We’ll see on Saturday. We’ll make that call later within the week.”
One other shakeup with the Seminoles this week shall be with the offensive playcalling. Taggart gave these duties to offensive coordinator Walt Bell towards N.C. State and mentioned Bell will name the pictures once more towards Notre Dame.
“I believed Walt did a great job of calling performs,” Taggart mentioned, through ESPN. “Clearly, we did not get the win, however I believed him doing that was good, and permitting me to see and be part of different issues inside our program. I believed I used to be capable of work together with our gamers rather a lot higher, much more on the sidelines after I wanted to.”