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Torretta: FSU's Offense is 'Average at Best'

Why can the Miami Hurricanes upset the 12th ranked Florida State Seminoles on Saturday night?

“I think Florida State’s offense isn’t even remotely close to what it was when Jameis Winston was there,” Canes legend Gino Torretta said on  110 more words


Will Texas Take Off With A New Starting Quarterback?

Gino Torretta joined Mad Radio and they discussed the QB situations at UT, Alabama, Auburn and Ohio State. 6 more words


Bama's Best Throwback Thursday part II, Teague pick six breaks Hurricanes

In part two of this weeks Bama’s Best, we take a look at another iconic play from Alabama’s upset win over the Miami Hurricanes in the 1992 National Championship game. 121 more words


Bama's Best TBT Part 1: Alabama vs. Miami -- 'Teague's got the ball!'

Typically we would wait to post Bama’s Best on Thursday, with these classic clips of great Crimson Tide moments being perfect for Throwback Thursday. This week however, our Bama’s Best moment had to be split up because it was just too much greatness for one day, so let’s call this “Throwback Tuesday” and not argue over semantics. 224 more words


Torretta: Orange Bowl Was 'Just Electric'

The nostalgia of the dumpy yet historical Orange Bowl was a polarizing topic on WQAM yesterday. What was it like to play in the stadium as a Heisman-winning quarterback? 81 more words


Miami Hurricanes to honor 1989 title team during Florida State game

Miami’s upcoming game against Florida State will include a special tribute to the 1989 national championship team, the Post has learned.

This year is the 25th anniversary of the Hurricanes team, featuring quarterback… 345 more words


SiriusXM College Sports Nation reacts to Michigan mishandling concussion injury

The University of Michigan admitted they mishandled the injury to quarterback Shane Morris in Saturday’s 30-14 loss to Minnesota. A statement released by Wolverines’ athletic director Dave Brandon read, “In my judgment, there was a serious lack of communication that led to confusion on the sideline.” 328 more words