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E.J. Manuel is headed to one of the top showcases for college football seniors. He'll perform in front of NFL scouts at the end of January as part of the Senior Bowl. Manuel has the 'Noles knocking on the door of an ACC title.
Jacksonville faces a tall test this weekend against the 8-1 Houston Texans. That test won't be made any easier by the continued absence of Maurice Jones-Drew.
Meredith is Tampa's second injured offensive lineman. The team still doesn't know the future of linebacker Quincy Black, who was placed on injured reserve with a neck injury.
The Dolphins receiving corps could be thin for Thursday night's game against Buffalo. No. 3 receiver Jabar Gaffney was limited in Wednesday's practice, while Davone Bess remained out with a non-injury-related issue.
FSU senior kicker Dustin Hopkins is about to break multiple NCAA records. But he doesn't want to talk about it. Not even a little.
Miami's defense has struggled against the run in recent weeks, and it won't get a reprieve against Buffalo. Bills running back C.J. Spiller is one of the most dangerous in the game.
Wilson, who's converted from safety to cornerback this season, has been a favorite target of opposing offenses. He'll need to step up his game Thursday night if Miami hopes to be successful.
If Florida State wants to win the ACC's Atlantic Division, it will have to take its vaunted offense to Blacksburg and emerge a winner.
Miami's clash with Tennessee just got more interesting, following news that Titans quarterback Jake Locker could start for the first time since Week 4.
Based on mid-season projections, the Bucs and the Dolphins will draft somewhere in the high-teens in 2013. Jacksonville is still in the running for the #1 draft pick.