The standard is the standard.
A wise man told us that more than six weeks ago. With aching knees, a salt-and-pepper beard, and quick to flash a death stare at a reporter's question, Odell Haggins is the link to the beginning of the dynasty in the 1980s at Florida State. And for more than 25 years as the defensive line coach who won two national titles and is the bridge between Bobby Bowden, Jimbo Fisher and Willie Taggart.
There is a standard set by Bowden and his assistants, enforced by veteran players . . .
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