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Florida State Vs. Miami: Hurricanes Suspend Ray Ray Armstrong

The Miami Hurricanes will be without Ray Ray Armstrong when they face the Florida State Seminoles this weekend.

Florida State will face in state rival Miami in an ACC matchup this weekend, and the game will be missing one of it's best players, according to the folks over at Tomahawk Nation. The Miami Hurricanes have suspended starting safety Ray Ray Armstrong for violating team rules by tweeting a representative company about dinner at a very expensive steakhouse. They break down how his absence might effect the game.

As for the Florida State game, the impact will be felt not at safety, but at cornerback. Huh? Yes, cornerback. Miami is now forced to move JoJo Nicolas back to safety -- the position he played while Armstrong was suspended previously. Nicolas is normally a corner, and last week he finally moved back to corner, as Armstrong had been playing well enough to allow such a move. Now Nicolas must move back to safety, and Miami will once again be forced to run out a shoddy set of cornerbacks.

We'll have more on this game throughout the week, but for more info on the Seminoles check out Tomahawk Nation. For a view behind enemy lines, check out The 7th Floor.

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