Can Richt prevent FSU loss from ruining Miami’s season?

Basically every Miami-Florida State game goes the same way, and we’re not making fun of the Hurricanes for losing seven in a row in the series.

It always carries the same intensity, with players yapping at each other before, during and, in some cases, after the game. There are always big hits, dramatic plays and tons of crowd noise no matter the location of the game. And afterward, one team is crushed, the other elated.

It was no different this year, when Florida State fell behind by 10 points early and came back to take the lead, surrendered the would-be tying touchdown and — in the latest everlasting moment in this rivalry — blocked the extra point. Seminoles 20, Hurricanes 19.

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