May 16th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

Florida State is still in the process of vetting plans for facility upgrades for the football program, and coach Willie Taggart is a proponent of building a standalone facility. Taggart, speaking to a small group of reporters on Wednesday morning at the ACC Spring Meetings in Amelia Island, stressed that he doesn’t want FSU to “Band-Aid anything anymore.” FSU had architect firm Populous do a feasibility study this past year to explore the cost of several options for expanding the football facilities.Facility upgrades became a hot-button topic in recent years with coach Jimbo Fisher, who stressed the need for keeping up with other major programs such as Alabama and Clemson. Fisher’s vision for a streamlined commitment to facilities often spilled over into public frustration as he referred to recent stadium upgrades, the building of an indoor practice facility and the installation of a players’ lounge as “a few little adjustments.” – Brendan Sonnone, 247sports. Read More.

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