--Senior WR Kenny Shaw because, while leading receiver Rashad Greene (690 yards, 39 catches) gets most of the ink for his team-leading eight TDs and WR Kelvin Benjamin and TE Nick O'Leary are making the highlight reels with their acrobatic catches and long runs, Shaw has been FSU's most consistent receiver. He averages 82 yards a game and leads FSU in all-purpose yards with 753 as FSU's primary punt returner. Shaw also wants to end his FSU career against Miami with a bang after only recording two catches for 28 yards in last year's 33-20 win.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "I've watched their offenses. They can run it, they can throw it, they've got good balance. They're creating a lot of plays and (they're) doing a great job of coming back late in games and being able to make drives to win games late. Coley has done a great job. I always said that Coley is a great offensive mind. I think he's a very good coach and a great recruiter, and he's got a great future in this business." -- Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher on facing Miami offensive coordinator James Coley, who was Fisher's offensive coordinator at FSU last season.