AP Top 25
The Miami Hurricanes gave them a run for their money, but the Florida State Seminoles were once again able to overcome a second half deficit.
The Southeastern Conference has reached a new milestone in The Associated Press college football poll, becoming the first league to place four teams in the top five – all from the western division.
When the final gun sounded on the 2013 college football season, the Florida State Seminoles stood alone as the number one team in the country, ending a streak of seven consecutive national championships for the Southeastern Conference.
Florida State’s crushing victory over Clemson (51-14) in Death Valley has landed them in the No. 3 spot in AP’s Top 25 poll. Alabama came in No. 1 followed by Oregon at No. 2.
The starters remain the same as the Miami Hurricanes prepare for what will essentially be a glorified scrimmage this Saturday against the Savannah State Tigers.
The Miami Hurricanes enjoyed a rare early season off-week and it cost them in the eyes of the pollsters as the Canes dropped from the Top 15 after only one week.
Coming off its first Atlantic Coast Conference loss of the season, the Miami Hurricanes will look to get back to their winning ways against the Virginia Tech Hokies at the BankUnited Center Wednesday night.
The University of Miami men’s basketball team knew it was going to pay for the huge upset loss to Wake Forest over the weekend and the team found out just how far down the polls they dropped.
The Miami Hurricanes hit a rare mark for its basketball program Monday when the Associated Press ranked Miami third in the country, just behind the Indiana Hoosiers and Duke Blue Devils.
It looks like back-to-back blowout wins over then-top-ranked Duke and Florida State weren’t enough to get the Miami Hurricanes into the Top 10 of either the AP Top 25 or USA Today Coaches poll.