His main problem at iowa state was his attitude, i think he definetely had potential as a basketball player though. he had a problem with mcdermotts no swearing thing is what I heard. good luck to him there though
Looks like a good line in the box score to me. Taggart was a major talent! He was sick early in his ISU career and then most fans tossed him to the curb along with Morgan, which was wrong. Taggart lost a ton of weight and missed numerous weeks. It was particularly disturbing to read posts of how lazy he was and imply that Morgan was the reason. Taggart will be a major part of the Memphis NCAA tourney run. I questioned Morgan's coaching, but college basketball is at least 70% talent and players like Taggart do not come around often.
STARTERS MIN FGM-A FTM-A OFF REB AST PF PTS S. Taggart, F 25 2-5 3-4 6 15 1 1 7
R. Dozier, F 24 4-8 2-4 4 10 2 2 10
C. Douglas-Roberts, G 25 9-16 8-12 5 8 1 2 28
A. Anderson, G 26 4-10 2-3 1 3 7 2 11
D. Rose, G 25 8-16 0-0 2 6 5 0 17
Ugh, don't blame this one on the fans. Taggart left because he wanted to and it had nothing to do with the fans. He and McD didn't click and that was that. If he didn't want to be a Cyclone I don't want him to be either.
Taggart is going to be a very good player, and he would have been a very good player if he had stayed at ISU. As people have said he was sick and a freshman. We beat out Memphis and Calipari to get him. I think he knows talent, and Tags certainly has it.
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