Oregon's Taggart not worried about Arizona State potentially stealing signals

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Some coaches have accused Arizona State of stealing signs in the past, but Willie Taggart won't be worried Saturday.

The Oregon head coach said Monday that the Ducks aren't paying much attention to the noise.

"If they can pick up our signs and stop us from that, more power to them," Taggart said, according to Tyson Alger of The Oregonian. "We're not concerned about that."

Washington State head coach Mike Leach called the Sun Devils out on the issue last season.

"I think they still steal signs, and we'll have to keep an eye on that," Leach said. "That is a very unsavory practice they have, so we'll have to do what we can to defend against it."

Taggart, though, thinks the Ducks' signals will be so difficult to decipher that it will be a non-issue.

"We have a lot of different signals, you never know who is live," Taggart said. "We have a lot of guys moving and giving a lot of signals and every game there's someone different. You just never know."

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