The powerhouse days of Miami football have been over for a while. It doesn't take a genius to figure that out.
But that doesn't mean the Hurricanes haven't been competitive this season. Well, unless when "The U" has played against a ranked opponent, that is.
In two games against Top 25 foes, Miami has been crushed by a combined score of 93-16 and has given up over 1,000 yards of offense—664 of which were surrendered on the ground.
On Saturday, the Hurricanes face their heavily-favored rival, the No. 14 Florida State Seminoles.
With starting quarterback Stephen Morris likely out, Miami must have players step up on both sides of the ball in order to keep the game close.
Here are five Hurricane players to watch on Saturday night.
Note: Stats courtesy of NCAA.com