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Sep042006

Today's Schedule Plus Prediction

Day five of five in college football's opening weekend, with a big one: Miami and Florida State.

8:00 PM---Florida State at MiamiESPN

 

The Pick

Miami's at home for this one and has won five of the last six in this series.  Both teams should have dramatically improved passing games compared to last year's battle when Kyle Wright and Drew Weatherford were both making their first collegiate starts.  Florida State has the better backs but Miami has a more physical offensive line and defensive line and perhaps the country's best defense.  I'm going with the Canes here as they look to erase the memory of both last year's error-filled loss to the Seminoles and that embarrassing 40-3 bowl loss to LSU. 

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I have Miami winning after Florida State misses a game winning field goal in the last few seconds of the game. :)
September 4, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterKyle Eslick

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