“I remember scoring my first touchdown as a Hurricane in Hard Rock, and today I got my first carry as a Seahawk in Hard Rock, so it came back around full circle,” Homer said after the game.
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After a 52-10 win over Florida State last Saturday, one of the most lopsided victories between Miami and Florida State in the history of the rivalry, the Hurricanes claim their highest ranking since preseason of 2018, where they were ranked No. 8 heading into the season.
It’s not easy to beat your rival by six touchdowns, but that’s exactly what Miami (3-0, 2-0 ACC) did. Still, head coach Manny Diaz can take away much to improve on before the next test.
Miami has never scored more than 50 points against Florida State in the history of the rivalry, until now.
But, when it comes to the longstanding rivalry between the two Florida teams, it’s usually better to expect the unexpected because the history between Florida State and Miami is just about as crazy as it gets.
After a dominant 47-34 win over the ranked Louisville Cardinals at Cardinal Stadium, the Miami Hurricanes moved up five spots to No. 12 in the AP Top 25 poll.
The Miami Hurricanes scored early and often Saturday to defeat the Louisville Cardinals at Cardinal Stadium 47-34. The game was largely out of doubt by the end of the third quarter, but parts of the contest had fans feeling anxious and frustrated.
Whatever doubt there was surrounding the abilities of the Miami Hurricanes football team heading into Louisville has undoubtedly been eliminated.