Two of the most storied programs in college football will tee it up for the 65th time on Saturday night when Florida State and Miami meet in one of college football's most heated rivalries. The Seminoles (0-1) will hit the road in search of their first win of the season against the Hurricanes (2-0), who are coming into the game after beating then-No. 18 Louisville (47-34) on the road last weekend.
Miami, now ranked 12th in the nation, enters the game as an 11-point home favorite under second-year head coach . . .
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