TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Miami coach Al Golden says there's little room for error against a Florida State offense stocked with skill-position talent.
The receiving trio of Kenny Shaw, Rashad Greene and Kelvin Benjamin are major factors in the third-ranked Seminoles' national championship quest. All three are in the midst of career-best seasons along with Nick O'Leary, who is proving to be one of the best tight end in the country.
The group is part of the 11th-ranked passing offense in the FBS.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher credits the receivers for putting redshirt freshman quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Jameis Winston in a position to succeed.
No one needs to tell that to the seventh-ranked Hurricanes. Golden says, "We've seen them and we know how talented they are."