Outback: Iowa (8-4) vs. No. 17 Florida (8-4), at Tampa, 10 a.m., Channel 7 — If this were a boxing match, it would be between a couple of worn, overweight middleweights fighting as light heavyweights. Statistically, the Hawkeyes and Gators have two of the worst offenses in major-college football. Iowa, which averages 333.3 yards per game, is ranked 120 (out of 128) in the nation. Florida, at 345.1 yards, is No. 115. Iowa at least closed strong, upsetting Michigan, 14-13, before blasting Illinois, 28-0, and Nebraska, 40-10. Florida followed its best win of the season, 16-13, over Louisiana State, by getting routed by Florida State, 31-13, and Alabama, 54-16. Austin Appleby and Luke Del Rio have split time as the Gators’ quarterback, and combined for 16 touchdowns with 13 interceptions. Iowa has a double-barrel rushing attack with LeShun Daniels (1,013 yards) and Akrum Wadley (966); with each running for 10 touchdowns. Florida’s Eddie Piniero has made 18 of 22 field goals, including all three of his tries from 50-plus yards. The pick: Iowa, 21-16.