**** Official FSU @ Miami Thread ****

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The Florida State Seminoles are in South Florida to face the University of Miami (FL) Hurricanes (4-4, 2-2) tonight in primetime from the Miami Dolphins home stadium in Miami Gardens. The game is scheduled to kick off at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised nationally on the ABC network.

Florida State (5-3, 3-3) can earn bowl eligibility for the first time since 2019 with a win over Miami tonight. The Noles lead the ACC in yards per rush (5.65), yards per completion (14.05), rushing offense (209.6) and fewest sacks allowed (10).

The Hurricanes lead the all-time series 35-31, while the Noles hold an 11-7 lead since Miami joined the ACC in 2004, including 6-3 in the Miami Dolphins Stadium.

FSU leads the all-time series in games played in Miami, 20-18, while Miami leads 16-11, in games played in Tallahassee. Miami has won four of the last five matchups dating back to 2017, but the Noles beat the Canes last year, 31-28.

The Seminoles rank 2nd in the ACC in total offense and third-down conversion percentage. FSU’s average of 487 yards of total offense per game ranks 16th nationally, and the Noles 49.5 percent on third down ranks 17th in FBS.

The Hurricanes are ranked No. 24 in FBS in rushing defense (113.5) and rank No. 3 in the ACC. Miami is also ranked No. 13 in the FBS in first downs allowed on defense (124), No. 5 in team sacks (3.62), and No. 14 in tackles for loss (7.20) so far in 2022

The Noles are 3rd in the ACC and 22nd in the nation in total defense allowing an average of 323.5 yards per game. FSU ranks 2nd in the ACC and 14th in the country in pass defense, holding opponents to an average of 177.9 yards per game passing.

Miami is ranked No. 22 in passing offense in FBS, averaging 290.4 yards per game and are 31st in FBS in offense first downs gained (195), No. 45 in total offense (422.6 yards per game), No. 28 in time of possession (31:54) and No. 45 in third down percentage (.424). Miami’s average of 290.4 passing yards per game is ranked third in the ACC so far this season.

According to DraftKings, FSU is currently a 7.5-point favorite with the over/under set at 53.5 points.


Florida State ranks 2nd in the nation and leads the ACC with 62 plays of 20+ yards so far this season.

GO NOLES!
 

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The Florida State Seminoles are in South Florida to face the University of Miami (FL) Hurricanes (4-4, 2-2) tonight in primetime from the Miami Dolphins home stadium in Miami Gardens. The game is scheduled to kick off at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised nationally on the ABC network.

Florida State (5-3, 3-3) can earn bowl eligibility for the first time since 2019 with a win over Miami tonight. The Noles lead the ACC in yards per rush (5.65), yards per completion (14.05), rushing offense (209.6) and fewest sacks allowed (10).

The Hurricanes lead the all-time series 35-31, while the Noles hold an 11-7 lead since Miami joined the ACC in 2004, including 6-3 in the Miami Dolphins Stadium.

FSU leads the all-time series in games played in Miami, 20-18, while Miami leads 16-11, in games played in Tallahassee. Miami has won four of the last five matchups dating back to 2017, but the Noles beat the Canes last year, 31-28.

The Seminoles rank 2nd in the ACC in total offense and third-down conversion percentage. FSU’s average of 487 yards of total offense per game ranks 16th nationally, and the Noles 49.5 percent on third down ranks 17th in FBS.

The Hurricanes are ranked No. 24 in FBS in rushing defense (113.5) and rank No. 3 in the ACC. Miami is also ranked No. 13 in the FBS in first downs allowed on defense (124), No. 5 in team sacks (3.62), and No. 14 in tackles for loss (7.20) so far in 2022

The Noles are 3rd in the ACC and 22nd in the nation in total defense allowing an average of 323.5 yards per game. FSU ranks 2nd in the ACC and 14th in the country in pass defense, holding opponents to an average of 177.9 yards per game passing.

Miami is ranked No. 22 in passing offense in FBS, averaging 290.4 yards per game and are 31st in FBS in offense first downs gained (195), No. 45 in total offense (422.6 yards per game), No. 28 in time of possession (31:54) and No. 45 in third down percentage (.424). Miami’s average of 290.4 passing yards per game is ranked third in the ACC so far this season.

According to DraftKings, FSU is currently a 7.5-point favorite with the over/under set at 53.5 points.


Florida State ranks 2nd in the nation and leads the ACC with 62 plays of 20+ yards so far this season.

GO NOLES!
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Outside of OSU what offences hase Iowa played?
Dude. Convo ends now. Iowas D is incredible and you’d struggle. Against a more athletic offense (OSU) they put us in position to win if we had an average offense. Unfortunately, the pinheads running the O (BF and SP are beyond incompetent)
 

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Team Stats - FSU - Miami

Points Per Game 32.1 27.1
Points Allowed Per Game 21.9 22.5
Total Yards 487.1 423.9
Yards Passing 277.5 291.5
Yards Rushing 209.6 132.4
Yards Allowed 323.5 341.8
Pass Yards Allowed 177.9 229.5
Rush Yards Allowed 145.6 112.3
 
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