CORAL GABLES (AP) — Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman and Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston probably don’t agree on much.
One’s a Hurricane. The other’s a Seminole. So it can be safely assumed that they have differing views on plenty of things, such as what team will win when No. 3 Florida State and No. 7 Miami put their unbeaten records on the line against one another this Saturday in Tallahassee, Fla.READ MORE: Celtics run past Heat 93-80, move 1 win from NBA Finals
Both teams are 7-0. It’s only the ninth time the Hurricanes and Seminoles have squared off with both teams still unbeaten, excluding the games where they opened their seasons against one another.READ MORE: South Florida family knows firsthand effects of nationwide baby formula shortage
Perryman says the chance to play Florida State is “why you come to UM.” And Winston says games like this one are “what I came here for.”MORE NEWS: South Florida woman's bout with COVID included hair loss: 'This isn’t normal shedding'
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