Florida State University needed a quality opponent to replace West Virginia University on the 2012 football schedule. Unfortunately, that’s not going to happen.
FSU is in desperate need of an opponent for next season, but various circumstances are preventing the Noles from finding a final opponent next year.
If you’re an FSU fan who planned to watch the Seminoles take on West Virginia at home this fall, better find something else to do with that weekend. The Mountaineers are not coming.
The West Virginia Mountaineers were last seen in the state of Florida annihilating the Clemson Tigers. But WVU’s next scheduled trip to the Sunshine State may get canceled.
The 2012 Discover Orange Bowl was supposed to be about offense. Unfortunately for Clemson, only West Virginia’s offense showed up and proceeded to slaughter the Tigers, 70-33.
Anyone else sick of hearing about Iowa? Luckily we have plenty of….SPORTS! The Heat come back tonight, the Dolphins continue their bumbling coaching search, and why the Orange Bowl should be thrown out of the BCS.
Florida had the second best year among all the states in terms of reducing unemployment over the last year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported this week.
The Orange Bowl has battled declining TV ratings over the past few years as lackluster matchups have generated little buzz, last year’s Andrew Luck show being a notable exception.
The former conference home of the Miami Hurricanes, the Big East Conference, has voted to extend invitations to a number of schools to join the fledgling conference.
The Big East Conference has played host to the University of Miami among others and has a legendary basketball presence. But that may be about to change as the conference re-alignment jumble could put a death nail into the once flourishing conference.