Florida State Seminoles quarterback Deondre Francois, left, might be playing at Hard Rock Stadium for the second time this year, while UM quarterback Brad Kaaya and the Hurricanes are moving closer to playing a bowl in the state of Florida – a solid possibility now being against West Virginia (9-2) in Orlando’s Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 28.
Florida State Seminoles quarterback Deondre Francois, left, might be playing at Hard Rock Stadium for the second time this year, while UM quarterback Brad Kaaya and the Hurricanes are moving closer to playing a bowl in the state of Florida – a solid possibility now being against West Virginia (9-2) in Orlando’s Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 28. Miami Herald file
Florida State Seminoles quarterback Deondre Francois, left, might be playing at Hard Rock Stadium for the second time this year, while UM quarterback Brad Kaaya and the Hurricanes are moving closer to playing a bowl in the state of Florida – a solid possibility now being against West Virginia (9-2) in Orlando’s Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 28. Miami Herald file

FSU to Orange Bowl and Miami to Russell? It all comes down to ACC title game Saturday.

November 30, 2016 04:46 PM

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