The most significant matchup in this heated rivalry in some time. The matchup has lost some of it’s luster as the Hurricanes are not playing well, the Seminoles are just a few wins from playing in the College Football playoffs.
Mike Norvell of Florida State stands as an outstanding candidate for Coach of the Year honors as he continues to guide them toward an unblemished regular season record.
FSU still has three games left in their schedule:
Miami Vs FSU, North Alabama Vs FSU, FSU Vs FloridaThere could be another challenge waiting in Florida’s season finale match-up with FSU, but they must beat Miami at home first.
FSU wide receivers Keon Coleman and Johnny Wilson will be key figures in this ACC battle, Coleman leads the Noles with 538 yards receiving and nine touchdowns, Wilson, has added 415 receiving yards and two scores.
Norvell does not discuss injuries, but Wilson has missed two games due to an undisclosed issue, while Coleman was sidelined in last week’s 24-7 victory against Pittsburgh.
QB Jordan Travis stands as one of this year’s Heisman candidate favorites at +900, having amassed nearly 2,550 yards and 19 touchdowns with only two interceptions thrown his way this season compared to Miami QB Van Dyke, who has been picked off 11 times already this season.
If FSU’s top wideouts are unavailable, expect Trey Benson to step up. Averaging an impressive 6.66 yards per carry and being hard to take down on first contact, Benson has already found the end zone eight times this season on both ground and through air play.
FSU ranks ninth nationally with 39.6 points scored per game, and Coleman and Wilson are key contributors. Before placing side or total bets on Saturday’s showdown in Tallahassee, keep an eye on Coleman and Wilson before considering any side or total bets.
The Hurricanes have lost three out of their last five games and stand only 2-3 in ACC competition. Their downward spiral started after they failed to take a knee against Georgia Tech — ultimately giving the Yellow Jackets victory in that match-up.
Tyler Van Dyke has amassed over 2,000 yards and 16 passing touchdowns this season, while Harry Parrish Jr. leads the ground game with 469 yards and four rushing TDs; Parrish averages an effective average tote distance of 6.1 yards per carry.
Xavier Restrepo and Jacolby George have combined for over 1,200 receiving yards and nine touchdowns as Miami’s top WR tandem.
Miami Hurricanes average 30.1 points per game and rank No. 19 nationally in total defense – showing they should be better than their record implies.
The Hurricanes are in a free fall and the Seminoles are playing to get to the College Football playoffs, take the Noles and give the points.
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