Team preview: Miami
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Florida State has dominated ACC football since joining the league in 1992. And Miami has more than held its own against the Seminoles over the same period, winning nine of the last 14 games in the series, including the last five.
Consequently, it only seems logical that first-year ACC member Miami should rule its new league, or at the very least, battle rival FSU for ACC supremacy. But is it that simple?
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