Coming off a 41-14 thrashing of the Miami Hurricanes, the Florida State Seminoles have reached a relatively easy part of the schedule as the team sets its sights on the ACC and BCS Championship.
Florida Atlantic University’s football team finished off one of the more bizarre weeks in recent college football history with something few believed would happen, a victory.
The Miami Hurricanes lost their undefeated season to Florida State Saturday night, but lost much more after X-rays came back on running back Duke Johnson.
The Florida State Seminoles defeated the Miami Hurricanes in Tallahassee Saturday, 41 to 14. Fans started filing out of Doak Campbell Stadium even before the game ended, a telltale sign of a blowout.
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 Florida International University Panthers have won only one game this season and things don’t look any easier this weekend when the East Carolina Pirates come to South Florida to play at FIU.
Miami Hurricanes fans have already been given one victory this week when the NCAA went easy on the school. That leaves only one piece of unfinished business, taking care of Wake Forest and turning their attention to arch-rival Florida State.
The Florida State Seminoles will be without one of the three players who have spear-headed the team’s three-headed rushing attack this season.
Dallas Crawford has taken on a larger and larger role for the Miami Hurricanes over the last few weeks and it couldn’t have come at a better time.
Head football coaches are accustomed to trying to fire up a team in the face of any challenge. But, sometimes the attempt to spin for your team comes across as almost delusional. A good case in point is Clemson Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney.