Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay debated this week whether Florida State is good enough to break the SEC's streak of national titles. Here's a sneak peek of what they had to say:
Kiper: You can talk all you want about the gap between the top of the SEC and schools such as Florida State trying to break down that door, but the Seminoles can now compete with anybody in the country because they're simply going to start overwhelming teams with talent, something that defined the previous era of dominance.
McShay: Based purely on talent, Florida State is capable of staying with or beating the elite SEC teams in a one-game scenario. But I'm not sure the Seminoles are where they need to be as a team yet in order to be considered as good as the best teams in the SEC.
ACC fans should hope the Seminoles get a chance to answer this question on the field come January.