CORAL GABLES, Fla. The last time Florida State came to Miami, the Seminoles won 45-17. Could this one be another rout?
The oddsmakers, who have made the 12th-ranked Seminoles a 20-point favorite for Saturday nights game at Sun Life Stadium, think so. So do plenty of other folks.
People are going to talk about whatever they think, said Hurricanes sophomore wide receiver Phillip Dorsett, who wasnt yet on campus for that 2010 drubbing by Florida State. Obviously, yeah, we have three losses and they have one. Theyre one of the top teams in the country. Theyre in the Top 25, so people are going to think that theyre going to blow us out. But its a rivalry game. Emotions are going to be flowing. So you never know whats going to happen.
Dorsett is hopeful of what might happen. It doesnt seem to involve a Miami loss.
We got a good game plan, and I think we should be able to take it to them, Dorsett said.
That hasnt happened very often lately in this rivalry. The Seminoles have won five...