Miami Hurricanes and Florida State Seminoles fans who don’t have a ticket to the November 2 game in Tallahassee are going to have to watch the game on television, or pay quite a bit more on the secondary ticket market.
The Florida State Seminoles unveiled their 2013 schedule Monday and the Garnet and Gold will travel to Pittsburgh to welcome the Panthers into the Atlantic Coast Conference on September 2.
The Miami Hurricanes are giving the Miami Heat a run for their money on who the best basketball team in South Florida is in 2013.
The wins for Florida State the past few years have been big, including a thumping of Clemson earlier this year. But what have driven Seminoles fans crazy have been the mind-blowing losses against teams where FSU is the heavy favorite.
The Miami Hurricanes versus Florida State Seminoles matchup on October 20th lost a little luster when FSU lost to NC State Saturday. But the rivalry game will return to primetime this year as ABC will televise the game at 8 p.m.
After a hangover victory against the University of South Florida Bulls last week, the Florida State Seminoles get back into Atlantic Coast Conference play Saturday when they head to Raleigh to take on NC State.
University of Miami quarterback Stephen Morris was selected as the Atlantic Coast Conference’s offensive back player of the week thanks to his phenomenal game against North Carolina State last Saturday.
The University of Miami football team is enjoying an offensive renaissance and it’s desperately needed with a defense as woeful as “The U’s.”
Nineteen seconds left. Stephen Morris throws a 62-yard touchdown to Phillip Dorsett, sealing the win and setting a school record.
When the North Carolina State Wolfpack take the field at Sun Life Stadium Saturday for a rare matchup with the Miami Hurricanes, it will be a battle of two teams looking to extend winning streaks.