Florida State Seminoles Hopes To Win Against Miami Hurricanes

Florida State Seminoles Hopes To Win Against Miami Hurricanes

In the event that anybody knows the amount of a win in the Miami Vs Florida State contention can resuscitate a system, it is Jimbo Fisher.

Head coach in 2010, the Seminoles went to Miami as a reconstructing program and had lost eight of 11 to the Hurricanes. Behind a ground game that got 298 yards, Florida State assembled a three-touchdown lead in transit to a 45-17 victory.

The fortunes of both programs have gone in distinctive directions since that game. Florida State is 54-10 and won a national title in 2013 while Miami (3-1) is 35-28. The twelfth positioned Seminoles (4-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) go for their sixth straight win in the series Saturday night when they host the Hurricanes.

“I think it was gigantic because of the past that Florida State had such a variety of extreme games in Miami. It woke individuals up to say, hey, Florida State does have an opportunity to be that program once more,” Fisher said about the 2010 game. “We had struggled so much as a university in the past, and to have the capacity to get down and do that, give individuals trust later on. When you get trust, anything can happen.”

That game was sealed the destiny for Randy Shannon of Miami’s coach toward the end of that season. Amid his residency Miami teams have become off to brisk starts. They are 15-5 in August/September games yet when the schedule reaches Oct. 1, they are 16-18 the season’s rest.

Miami thought they had Florida State’s number last year, getting out to a 13-0 lead in the first quarter. Yet, the Seminoles aroused for a 30-26 victory.

Brilliant didn’t deny that a win over Florida State would be immense for the system.

“I thought we played with a great deal certainty last year. We didn’t finish,” Golden said. “We need to take in a considerable measure from what we did well and what we didn’t well.”

The biggest issue for Golson this season has been slow starts. Everything except one of his touchdown has come in the second half with his 176.81 passer rating after the halftime. Kaaya leads the ACC in passing yards per game (273.5) and has tossed just four interceptions in his last 342 attempts. However, Miami’s biggest issue on offense has been third down. The Hurricanes have changed over just 13 of their 53 opportunities and Golden has a considerable measure of time since their last game — a 34-23 loss at Cincinnati on October 1 attempting to discover ways to redress that.
Image Credit : Canes Warning

October 11th, 2015 by