The Miami-Florida State (FSU) rivalry dates to 1951, when the Hurricanes defeated the Seminoles 35-13 in their inaugural meeting. The schools have played uninterrupted since 1966, with Miami holding the all-time advantage, 30-23. The rivalry is a television ratings magnet, accounting for the two highest rated college football telecasts in ESPN history. The 2006 game between Miami and FSU was the most-viewed college football game, regular season or bowl, in the history of ESPN, averaging 6,330,000 households in viewership (6.9 rating). It was also the second-highest rated game in ESPN history, behind only the 1994 game between Miami and FSU, which notched a 7.7 rating. During the 1980s and '90s, the series emerged as one of the premier rivalries in college football. Between 1983 and 2002, the Hurricanes and Seminoles combined to win 7 national championships and play in a whopping total 14 national championship games. The question asked what the Hurricanes football record is against FSU and the repsonse is just very mindless rambling. Miami is 31-27 against FSU with the rivalry starting with the Hurricanes winning the first 5. Interesting since Miami had dominated this rivalry in many regards but after their first five meetings, FSU is up by 1.
UF 52- Fsu 20
I think it would be UGA vs UF because there are way more people than at the FSU games. Also "The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party" is located here. And Georgia and Florida are two great teams which means a lot of excitment on the field instead of watching a shut out game. (I'm sorry for all you FSU fans out there for having to read this)
In the 1993 Orange Bowl game FSU beat Nebraska to claim the National Title. FSU beat Florida in 1993 but it wasnt in the Orange Bowl.