Florida State Seminoles
It’s been an up-and-down season for the Miami Hurricanes, but the team’s recent resurgence has them in the thick of the ACC Coastal Division race.
There have been plenty of off-the-field distractions for the Florida State Seminoles football team this season.
When it comes to the rivalry between the Florida State Seminoles and the Miami Hurricanes, any advantage is a welcomed one.
When Florida State and Miami meet this weekend, their game will feature the current Atlantic Coast Conference leader in touchdown passes, yards per attempt, yards per completion and quarterback rating.
The Miami Hurricanes have been steadily improving as their season has progressed, but the team’s biggest test is coming up on Saturday.
The issues surrounding Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston are still waiting for some kind of resolution.
The tight race in the ACC could come down to some key matchups, including games against the conference’s top ranked team, defending champion Florida State.
The Miami Hurricanes have been playing their best football of the season over the past several weeks, and they couldn’t have picked a better time to get hot.
Before preparing for this Thursday night’s trip to Louisville, Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher refuted a report that top running back Karlos Williams may be suspended.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is still looking to prove there’s good football in the league beyond Florida State.