Summary of Miami Hurricanes-Florida State previews

TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 7: Wide receiver Braxton Berrios
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Miami ended their seven-game losing streak to Florida State last season. The next goal is to end a six-game home losing streak and five games specifically to Florida State at home. If they truly hope to flip the rivalry against the Seminoles winning today is essential.

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Florida State’s offense has been erratic this season. Can they move the ball against the nation’s second-best defense? If they do it will likely have to be on the ground. Miami leads the nation allowing a paltry 138 yards per game through the air.

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What are the keys to the game? Who wins the battle in the running game. Can the Florida State offensive line keep Miami out of the backfield and the turnover battle are all things to watch.

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One of the themes throughout the week has been that the experts have come to a consensus if not unanimously picked Miami. The exception has likely come from the Florida State media.

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Want to know where you can watch the game and who is on the injury report, plus information about the rivalry? We write up the game information for every Miami football and basketball game.

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As is custom for big games we partnered with Canes Warning’s opposing FanSided blog, in this case, Chop Chat. We sent them five questions and they also sent us some we answered. Here were their answers to our questions.

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The ESPN game day crew was unanimous picking the Miami Hurricanes to win. Desmond Howard and Kirk Herbstreit gave their takes on what to expect.