(AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

You know there's been Wide Rights and and a Wide Left to decide Miami-Florida State games in the past, and now there's a blocked extra-point try to add yet another unforgettable chapter to this storied rivalry.

That's not even close to describing all the drama in this Hurricanes-Seminoles series.

Here's what was going to be a list of 10 late-and-great finishes in Miami-Florida State history ... it became a list of 15 instead, because this series is just that good and has gone to the wire so many times before.

Want an example of how close this series is? The rivals have played 61 times _ and the margin is now Miami 31, Florida State 30.

(FSU's DeMarcus Walker celebrates the blocked PAT that decided Saturday's 20-19 win over Miami. AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Miami 7, Florida State 6

Florida State's Fred Pickard scores on a touchdown run late, but is stopped on the two-point conversion try and Miami escapes Tallahassee with a victory _ the first of now eight one-point games in the series.
Florida State 16, Miami 14

Grant Guthrie caps a 17-play drive down the stretch with a 31-yard field goal with 1:55 left, lifting Florida State.

Florida State 20, Miami 17
The Hurricanes faced a fourth-and-32 on their final drive, and the play was five yards short.
Miami 24, Florida State 22
The Hurricanes won only two games that year, but Chris Dennis' 29-yard field goal with 13 seconds left _ after a fumble that one official awarded to Florida State was overturned _ got Miami this win.
Miami 10, Florida State 9
Florida State went for the win with 39 seconds left, but Rick Stockstill's try for a two-point conversion was knocked off line by Miami's Jim Burt. "Probably meant the national championship," Seminoles coach Bobby Bowden would later say.
Miami 17, Florida State 16
Jeff Davis' 19-yard field goal as time expires wins it for Miami, which got a pair of big first-down throws from Bernie Kosar to Stanley Shakespeare on what became the gamewinning drive.
Miami 26, Florida State 25
Derek Schmidt missed two field goals and an extra point, Florida State had another field-goal try go bad when a botched snap led to a 51-yard loss, the Seminoles failed on a two-point conversion when Miami's Bubba McDowell batted down the pass with 42 seconds left _ and all that was barely enough to help the Hurricanes get another one-point win.
(Gerry Thomas reacts to his miss in 1991. AP Photo/Don Dughi)
Miami 17, Florida State 16
Wide Right I: Florida State kicker Gerry Thomas missed a 34-yard field goal in the final seconds, the kick from the left hash sliding past the right goalpost.
Miami 19, Florida State 16
Wide Right II: Dan Mowrey missed a 39-yard field goal with 8 seconds remaining.
(Matt Munyon reacts in 2000, as Miami celebrates. AP Photo/Amy E. Conn)
Miami 27, Florida State 24
Wide Right III: Matt Munyon missed a 49-yard field goal as time expired.
Miami 28, Florida State 27
Wide Left: Xavier Beitia missed a 43-yard field goal as time expired, and Miami won despite being down by 13 in the final quarter.
Miami 16, Florida State 14
Wide Right IV: Though not as dramatic as the others, Beitia's 39-yard field-goal try with 5:30 remaining was wide right and the Seminoles would drop their fifth straight in the series.
Florida State 10, Miami 7
Miami kicker Jon Peattie had a 28-yard field goal try that could have tied the game with 2:30 left, but a low snap bounced off Hurricanes holder Brian Monroe's hands and Peattie never got his foot on the ball. "We finally stole one from them like they've been stealing them from us," Bowden said.
Florida State 30, Miami 26
FSU's Dalvin Cook gets the go-ahead touchdown at Miami with 3:05 left, doing so in his hometown. Miami's Michael Badgley misses a short field goal in the first half, Florida State blocks a point-after try in the first quarter _ and those four points proved to be the margin of defeat for the Hurricanes, who wasted a 13-0 early lead. "This game should be like this every year," a disappointed Miami coach Al Golden said afterward.
(Michael Badgley watches as Florida State celebrates blocking his point-after try. AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Florida State 20, Miami 19
DeMarcus Walker pushes through blockers to knock away Badgley's point-after try that would have tied the game with 1:38 left, and Florida State _ after going 0-7 in such games against the Hurricanes _ finally topped Miami in a contest decided by a single point. It was the second straight time in which Miami had a 13-0 lead at home over its rival and couldn't hang on.