With news this week that their best defensive back, Ray-Ray Armstrong, left, will be suspended because he may have accepted an improper benefit, the Hurricanes (5-4, 3-3 ACC) find themselves right where they began the season: dealing with the NCAA and not so much their next opponent. The Seminoles (6-3, 4-2) rank fourth in Division I-A in total defense and their 30 sacks are the best in the ACC. They will try to pressure Miami QB Jacory Harris, a senior who is having his best season.
Times staff, wires
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Pay attention to FSU's safeties and corners as they take on their biggest challenge in four weeks. With WRs Travis Benjamin and Tommy Streeter posing athletic, playmaking threats, the Seminoles are gearing up for a challenge they mostly failed at in their three losses.
Miami at Florida State, 3:30, Ch. 28, 1040-AM, 820-AM