Miami Vs. Florida State: Baby 'Canes Are Babies No Longer

SB Nation's Tomahawk Nation says the Miami Hurricanes have the edge over the Seminoles when it comes to experience:

Over the summer I profiled Miami's program and concluded that the Canes are really falling off in recruiting after dominating FSU on the recruiting trail in 2007 and 2008, and that they have a two-year window to really make some noise nationally thanks to some excellent recruiting two and three years ago.  If you haven't read those two pieces yet, please do.  One | Two.  Miami's talent is found in its juniors and seniors, while FSU's talent (with a few exceptions) is found in its young guys.    Miami's players are physically mature and experienced and are not getting acclimated to new schemes.  FSU's are not.

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