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Miami's Twitter Account Is Tired Of Hearing From Florida State Fans This Week

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Florida State fans are a voracious group on Twitter, and with rival Miami on the schedule this week, they've been bombarding the Hurricanes' official Twitter account, @MiamiHurricanes. Apparently whomever runs that account is getting fed up with all of the attention, based on this message it sent out this evening:

">October 6, 2015

Somehow, we don't think that will help the cause:

">@MiamiHurricanes when you have a mediocre team coached by a mediocre coach who can't beat a power 5 team.... Twitter makes ya feel special

— Garrett Flipski (@flipdogg_95) October 6, 2015

">@MiamiHurricanes please become relevant again...it's become boring to play the canes!

— MOMOF2NOLES (@jsingleton67)

@MiamiHurricanes please become relevant again...it's become boring to play the canes!

— MOMOF2NOLES (@jsingleton67) October 6, 2015

">October 6, 2015

">@MiamiHurricanes

.@MiamiHurricanes@DeportesMan85 Deal. As soon as you guys pic.twitter.com/PJBSVV4VFX

— {Name Redacted} (@SFLHOV) October 7, 2015

">@DeportesMan85 Deal. As soon as you guys pic.twitter.com/PJBSVV4VFX

— Muck Fiami (@SFLHOV)

.@MiamiHurricanes@DeportesMan85 Deal. As soon as you guys pic.twitter.com/PJBSVV4VFX

— {Name Redacted} (@SFLHOV) October 7, 2015

">October 7, 2015

">@MiamiHurricanes @ESPNRobertSmith couldn't you have just out this on a banner and flown it over Doak?Got a feeling we'll see a banner anyway

— Chris Frank (@AsydAFries)

@MiamiHurricanes @ESPNRobertSmith couldn't you have just out this on a banner and flown it over Doak?Got a feeling we'll see a banner anyway

— Chris Frank (@AsydAFries) October 7, 2015

">October 7, 2015

">@MiamiHurricanes beat a marginally good team then you can talk

— The Flexasaurus REX (@Urban_Shocker87)

@MiamiHurricanes beat a marginally good team then you can talk

— Presley EsCobar (@Urban_Shocker87) October 7, 2015

">October 7, 2015

A win might be the only way to silence the 'Noles here. Also, Al Golden's critics, although it may be too late to assuage some of them.