Willie Taggart Announces 2 FSU Players Have Been Suspended

first_imgWillie Taggart on the sidelines.MIAMI, FL – OCTOBER 06: Head coach Willie Taggart of the Florida State Seminoles coaching in the second half against the Miami Hurricanes at Hard Rock Stadium on October 6, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)The Florida State Seminoles are still feeling the effects of getting demolished by the Clemson Tigers at home. Toward the end of their 49-point loss, two players on Willie Taggart’s team were caught throwing punches in the second half.If the Seminoles are going to maintain their winning culture, then disciplining student-athletes for these actions is necessary. Well, Florida State is wasting zero time showing they won’t tolerate any nonsense this season or in the future.Despite leading the team in receiving yards, Nyqwan Murray will be suspended for the first half against NC State on Saturday. In addition, backup linebacker Zaquandre White will receive the same punishment for his role in the scuffle.Taggart announces that Nyqwan Murray and Zaquandre White won’t play the first half against NCST for throwing punches against Clemson. #FSU— Wayne McGahee III (@WayneMcGaheeIII) October 29, 2018Murray is by far the best wideout on the roster, as he currently has 40 receptions for 536 receiving yards and three touchdowns.White hasn’t spent much time on the field for the Seminoles, but he did make four tackles over the weekend.Now, Florida State will have to play NC State on the road. Although the Wolfpack have lost back-to-back games, they still own an impressive 5-2 record.At 4-4, the Seminoles continue to show that life after Jimbo Fisher can be quite rough.last_img read more

Sri Lanka looks to build stronger ties with Japan under Abe

“Congratulations @AbeShinzo on re-election. I look forward to continuing our work building stronger Japan-Sri Lanka cooperation,” Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe tweeted. (Colombo Gazette) Sri Lanka today said it will look to build stronger ties with Japan under re-elected Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling coalition won a majority in Parliament after capturing more than 300 of the 465 seats in Japan’s lower house that were up for grabs on Sunday. Following the win, President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe tweeted congratulatory remarks. “Heartfelt congratulations to Japan’s Prime Minister @AbeShinzo for his landslide victory in the country’s general elections,” President Sirisena tweeted.