Florida A&M head coach Joe Taylor set to retire
Posted by: Pete Roussel on November 3, 2012
Florida A&M head coach Joe Taylor informed his players on Saturday morning that he will retire at the end of the season, according to the Tallahassee Democrat.
Taylor (62) is 28-14 since he took over as the head coach at FAMU in 2008.
From 1992 - 2007, Taylor won eight conference championships as the head coach at Hampton University.
FAMU is 3-5 on the season and plays at North Carolina A&T on Saturday afternoon in Greensboro, NC. Next weekend, FAMU will host North Carolina Central before traveling to Orlando to play Bethune-Cookman in the season finale.
Florida A&M athletic director Derek Horne spent 15 years as an assistant AD at Ole Miss before becoming the AD at Florida A&M in recent years.
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