(AUDIO) College Football Insider Pat Forde Says Miami is in Trouble This Weekend Against FSU

Every week College Football Insider Pat Forde joins Booger and Rich to talk about the debacle at FAU, FSU vs Miami and Florida’s showdown with Georgia.

Forde said that the story out of FAU where their head coach and defensive coordinator were caught doing drugs is crazy. He said it hurts head coach Carl Pelini’s career and it’s extremely rare to see a coach get involved with something like this.

Florida State is the better team in Forde’s eyes than Miami. Forde said that Miami has gotten by in several of their games and the game could snowball early if Miami makes a few mistakes.

Jameis Winston hasn’t played like a redshirt freshman and Forde said we’ll just have to wait and see if that will happen. From what he saw in Clemson, Forde said it doesn’t seem like he’ll succumb to the pressure. However, Forde said you can’t say he’s playing better than Johnny Manziel did last season.

Will Muschamp is 1-3 vs Georgia and FSU, and there are rumblings that he may be on the hot seat. Forde said it would be too early to fire him even if he loses to Georgia this weekend. Next season, look for Muschamp to be in a produce or else situation.

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