MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The primetime matchup between No. 3 Florida State and Miami packaged Sun Life Stadium on Saturday night. Fans of a adversary showed adult wearing their garnet, gold, orange and green.
A contingent of Miami Marlins — slugger Giancarlo Stanton, right-handed reliever A.J. Ramos and catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia — were also in attendance. This was not a initial large college football showdown for Stanton, who was also on palm for Florida State’s win over Auburn in a BCS pretension diversion in January.
Stanton, who is reportedly going to pointer a largest agreement in North American sports history, met Hurricanes beginner quarterback Brad Kaaya in May 2013 when a then-recruit visited Marlins Park. They went to opposition high schools in Los Angeles yet 6 years apart them.
Neither Stanton nor Ramos indispensably hold a rooting interest, yet they were both station on a Miami sideline before a game.
Saltalamacchia, who is from West Palm Beach and attended Royal Palm Beach High, grew adult a Seminoles fan. Predicting a tighten diversion yet an FSU victory, he was wearing a No. 5 jersey with garnet-and-gold mottled shorts.
Miami Marlins players Jarrod Saltalamacchia, A.J. Ramos and Giancarlo Stanton during a Miami Hurricanes-Florida State Seminoles game.