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November 3, 2019
The Miami Hurricanes stormed into Doak Campbell Stadium and defeated the rival Florida State Seminoles 27-10 on Saturday afternoon. That marks the 3rd straight year Miami has beaten their rivals to the north. And it. Feels. AWESOME!!!!!! (READ MORE) by
That will take the wind out of Florida State’s sails.
The Seminoles (4-5, 3-4 ACC) fell 27-10 to Miami (5-4, 3-3 ACC) before a season-high crowd of 63,995 at Doak Campbell Stadium Saturday.
FSU has dropped three consecutive games to UM for the first time since the Hurricanes won a stretch of six straight from 2000-2004. The Seminoles are also 0-5 against rivals Clemson, Miami and Florida under second-year coach Willie Taggart.
“We’re frustrated with the loss and words aren’t going to make it better,” Taggart said. “Disappointed we didn’t do enough to win the ball game. We’ve got to get better quick.” (READ MORE) by Wayne McGahee III | Tallahassee Democrat