"They beat us 3-2 earlier in the season so we want some revenge," Heath said. "We're ready to go."
That 3-2 game was played without star running back Emanuel Cook for some of it. That's because Heath sent the senior to the hospital with a big hit.
"He'll be ready and I'm ready," he said. "It should be fun. I'm looking forward to it."
Brandon Heath, 6-0 and 190 pounds, is playing lights out defensively and has over 700 yards receiving this season on offense. Those are some of the reasons why he continues getting recruited at a national level.
"I'm gonna worry about all that after the season," he said. "I'm gonna take my visits then and figure it all out later."
The talented safety singled out four programs that he's interested in visiting right now.
"I'm still looking at Tennessee, Louisville, West Virginia, Miami, and Minnesota," he said. "West Virginia's still at the top. They're about to become Big East champions. I've been there and loved it. The coaches are great and my boys (Jarrett Brown and Jatavious Best) are doing really well. It looks like a good situation for me."
Heath, whose only scheduled visit right now is for Tennessee on Dec. 10, spoke about the Hurricanes.
"I'm not sure what's going on with them," he said. "They've been recruiting me all year and I like them. It's close to home and all but they need to step it up with an offer. If they don't do it soon, I'm gonna just focus on the others."
Asked what a late Miami offer could do to his recruiting status, Heath wasn't exactly sure.
"They're the hometown team and all but West Virginia's been on me hard from the beginning and I feel real comfortable there," he said.
Heath had a chance to watch half of the Miami/Georgia Tech game on Saturday.
"It was a rough game for Miami," he said. "The defense played good but the offense wasn't able to come through."
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