Summary of Miami Hurricanes-Florida State previews

TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 7: Wide receiver Braxton Berrios
TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 7: Wide receiver Braxton Berrios /
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The Miami Hurricanes-Florida State game is here. It’s the one Canes fans look forward to all year. There are 364 days of reviews and previews and one gameday between the Hurricanes and Seminoles.

Canes Warning has taken extensive looks at the Florida State-Miami Hurricanes game this week. Below we will summarize the articles we have posted throughout the week.

We began the previews with the possibility that Miami could be without linebackers Shaq Quarterman and Mike Smith against Florida State. Both players were injured in last Thursday’s victory against North Carolina. Both players have healed and are expected to go against Florida State without any health issues.

One thing that has seemed to get lost in the rivalry between Miami and Florida State is that the Hurricanes have been the better team at the time they played the last three seasons. Miami is entering Saturday’s game as the higher ranked team and the betting favorite for the third year in a row.

The Bickering between the Miami Hurricanes and Florida State fans began early. We posted many of the barbs from Twitter in an article.

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Miami and Florida State are playing for the second straight season during the late afternoon. The previous four years the game was played in primetime. With the announcement of the game time, we took a look at that.

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There is a lot of respect between Miami and Florida State, especially from the players. Miami Hurricanes Junior defensive lineman Joe Jackson is participating in his third Miami-Florida State game.

The Hurricanes lost 20-19 at Hard Rock Stadium his Freshman year. Miami won 24-20 in Tallahassee last season. Jackson expects a dogfight.

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Ask any football coach and they will tell you that the key to winning is in the trenches. Miami has one of the best defensive front sevens and FSU has one of the worst offensive lines. The Hurricanes opened as a big favorite and the spread grew higher during the week. FSU quarterback Deondre Francois should test Miami.