Young FSU Fan Starts Lemonade Stand to Raise Money to Buy Out Willie Taggart

Florida State v Syracuse
Florida State v Syracuse

You know you're in trouble when four-year-olds start coming for you.

Considering what a disaster FSU has been since last season, head coach Willie Taggart is probably fortunate that the state of Florida didn't start calling for his job sooner.

On Sunday, young Seminoles fan Grayton Grant started a “Free Willie” lemonade stand. He charged $20 per cup and all proceeds were donated to help fund the massive $17 million buyout it would take to get Taggart out of Tallahassee.

The four-year-old, with his father's help, raised just under $500 in the 90-degree Florida heat, weather which proved to be too much for Taggart's Seminoles in Week 1.

That's some serious dedication to getting a head football coach fired.

Clearly, Grant isn't the only one frustrated with FSU, evidenced by the many empty seats at their home game against UL Monroe, which they barely escaped with a win.

The Seminoles lost at No. 25 Virginia 31-24 on Saturday, dropping their 2019 record to 1-2 and 6-9 under Taggart since 2018. The coach is in the second year of his six-year, $30 million contract, but patience is running low within the fan base.