It looks like Florida State fans have had enough of Willie Taggert already, and it’s only been two games.
Fresh off another disappointing loss to Virginia Saturday night, one fan decided to take matters into his own hands to get rid of the head coach.
Four-year-old Grayton Grant decided to set up a lemonade stand to help pay for Taggart’s $17 million buyout.
He set up two signs with “Free Willie” and made just $241.
“I am tired of losing football games and being made fun of at school for being a Seminole fan. At four, I am already starting to gravitate towards the color orange. You don’t want that for an innocent kid like me….”
“Grayton charged $20 per cup, with one customer donating $100, before running out of lemonade in the sunny, 90-degree weather.
Grayton’s father – FSU graduate and Platinum Chief Daniel Grant – teamed up with his son. He matched the total and stroked a check for $482 to Seminole Boosters, Inc.
The check – earmarked for “Taggart Buy Out!” – was accompanied by a formal yet tongue-in-cheek, typewritten letter signed by Grayton to Seminole Boosters, Inc.”
The letter closed with “I hope this helps other Noles fan (sic) have hope that we can once again have a football team and program to be proud of!”
Taggart is currently in the second year of his six-year contract that pays him $30 million.
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