For a team that fired its defensive coordinator midseason and got whacked by Middle
First, the Dawgs might be looking ahead to the
Georgia and quarterback
Gators need to look out
A lot is on the line when No. 4 Florida travels to Tallahassee to take on No. 10
Florida State, which has won the last two meetings by a combined score of 52-14, is looking to prove that it deserves to be considered an elite team in college football. A weak
Both teams have defenses ranked in the top four in the country, but the Seminoles — who are 71/2-point favorites — also have the 14th-ranked offense. Florida is hoping injured quarterback
Florida offense inept
Georgia Tech has a slight chance to wreck Georgia's title dreams. Michigan has the talent to upend
But my underdog pick, at least in terms of the BCS rankings, is No. 10 Florida State over No. 4 Florida. Word is injured quarterback Jeff Driskel is ready to return for Florida, but I can't remember a more inept offense being involved in a national title chase.
The key matchup here is Florida's No.104 offense going against Florida State's top-ranked defense. The Gators have an almost equally great defense (No. 4), but how are they going to score? Florida State, by contrast, is averaging 42 points per game.
Don't assume Irish victory
Michigan-Ohio State? I like the favored Buckeyes.
Georgia Tech-Georgia? The Yellow Jackets can't wreck the Dawgs' national-title hopes. Right?