Could Urban Meyer head back to the Sunshine State at some point in his coaching career? According to a report from Football Scoop, Florida State might be willing to find out.

On Monday, Football Scoop reported that Florida State was been considering making a change at the head coaching position as the Seminoles continue to struggle under Willie Taggart. FSU is 8-11 under Taggart, currently sitting at 3-4 in 2019. Last year, the Noles were 5-7.

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From Football Scoop:

Sources tell FootballScoop Florida State has engaged its donor class about making a change at the head coaching position rather than give Taggart a third change to turn Seminole football around.

Taggart’s contract calls for a $17 million buyout.

Sources say Florida State is shooting for the top: Urban Meyer.

Meyer obviously had a successful tenure at the University of Florida, winning two national titles and finishing with a 65-15 record in six seasons with the Gators. He abruptly ended his career in Gainesville, joining the broadcast team for one year in 2011 before jumping back into coaching.

Meyer took over at Ohio State in 2012, and proceeded to win three B1G titles and another national championship. Considering his long history of success, he’s been considered a potential candidate for other major college football jobs.

Whether or not Florida State will actually make a move remains to be seen, but if they do, it sounds like the Seminoles will be swinging for the fences.