Plant The Spear is a weekly column previewing the upcoming match-up for the Florida State Seminoles. Opponent strengths and weaknesses are discussed, a plan of attack is formed, and an honest prediction by yours truly is given. *Author’s Note*
The ole ball coach faces a must-win in the swamp, for now, and perhaps for how he'll be remembered.
Miami is still preparing for Ryan Williams to be its starter on Saturday night, when the Hurricanes play host to No. 12 Florida State.
Can Everett Golson and the Irish go unbeaten? Can they even stop their losing streak to Stanford this week?
His linemen may have paved the way through LSU, but Florida is a different football team because of him.
It's Notre Dame and Miami, together again. Not Catholics vs. Convicts this time, just two programs striving to return to power.
The Miami offense is in high gear, but will face a powerful Notre Dame defense. What will give as old rivals meet again?
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says he sees quarterback Everett Golson developing in practice every day.
A person with knowledge of the situation says that Miami athletic director Shawn Eichorst has resigned, less than 18 months after he began leading the Hurricanes' troubled department.
Miami relies on the big play, and has scored at least 38 points in each of its four victories. Notre Dame has allowed 36 points — total — in four games.