It almost feels like the 1990’s with the hype building around the annual Florida State Seminoles vs. Miami Hurricanes game. It’s a battle of undefeated Top 10 teams with major implications for the ACC Championship and the BCS National Championship.
The Miami Hurricanes barely escaped an upset bid from Wake Forest on Saturday and got little respect from pollsters on Sunday. Now, the Canes have to put it all behind them and focus on what awaits them this weekend in Tallahassee…the number three Florida State Seminoles.
The excitement at Sun Life Stadium was tempered by a tinge of frustration Friday as University of Miami fans gathered to kick-off another football season.
Can Florida State lose eleven players to the NFL Draft, yet make a run at a second straight Atlantic Coast Conference championship? FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher believes his Seminoles team still has plenty of talent and is ready to make a run at the ACC title.
After more than two years of a dark cloud hanging over his program, University of Miami head coach Al Golden has his team poised to make a run at the Atlantic Coast Conference championship.
The University of Miami was on the cusp of making it to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game last year before the school self-imposed a postseason ban. But, if the ACC media is right, the Canes will be playing for the championship come December.
College football season is still months away, but fans will get one final peek at the University of Miami Hurricanes team this Saturday when they finish practice with a spring game.
Celebration was in full swing on the University of Miami campus, where students and alumni got together for a watch party at the Rathskeller.
Now that the Canes are headed to the big dance the question for many devoted fans is: how will we get there?
If there was ever a question about whether or not defense wins championships, the All-Atlantic Coast Conference all-defense team selected by the coaches answered that question.