Oct 26, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes running back Duke Johnson (8) reacts after scoring the game winning touchdown in the fourth quarter as Wake Forest Demon Deacons cornerback Kevin Johnson (9) looks on at Sun Life Stadium. Miami won 24-21. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

AP top 10 remaining schedule, prediction: No. 7 Miami Hurricanes


The AP top 10 is probably a little different than how the BCS top 10 will shake out, but let’s talk about some predictions for what we know at this point. The BCS rankings will be released at 8:30 EST this evening.

No. 7 Miami Hurricanes

Al Golden has done exactly what everybody thought he would at Miami. The Canes are back! A near loss yesterday to Wake Forest still has them outside of the top 5, despite their undefeated record, but the game everybody will be talking about is this upcoming Saturday. FSU/Miami is once again one of the most anticipated games of the season! After yesterday, the rest of the schedule got a whole lot more interesting as well.

Nov. 2 – @ #2 Florida State

Nov. 9 – Virginia Tech

Nov. 16 – @ Duke

Nov. 23 – Virginia

Nov. 29 – @ Pittsburgh

There’s still a long way to go for Miami. The final two games they should get, but the next three are all going to be tough.

I think Miami will lose to FSU and then beat Virginia Tech before Duke shocks them in Durham. Still, I think 3-2 over the final five will be enough to get them a rematch with the Noles for the conference championship.

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