There are definitely three things that Florida State and Miami have in common right now.
Both are 7-0.
Both are among the nation's top 10 teams.
Both are not being forthcoming about their disdain for the other side.
The third-ranked Seminoles will host the seventh-ranked Hurricanes on Saturday night in a matchup with national championship implications and one that - at least statistically - could be considered one of the most significant in the history of the storied rivalry.
Barring season openers, this will be only the ninth time that Florida State (7-0, 5-0 ACC) and Miami (7-0, 3-0) have met with both sides unbeaten.
"It's just another game," Miami receiver Stacy Coley said.
No, it's not.
"We're going to prepare the same," Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston said.
No, they won't.
The politically correct comments - so far, anyway - of the players involved notwithstanding, this is one of those games that will be overhyped when there's no need for hype. They have wage...