CFB: (7) Miami at (3) Florida St.

Remember when this was one of the nation's top rivalries? Well, it's back. Florida State's torrid start to the year (example: The Noles led North Carolina State 35-0 after one quarter Saturday) has the Seminoles in the national title picture. The Hurricanes, meanwhile, still haven't lost, thanks to last week's scramble against Wake Forest. Who takes the game Saturday? Is this an ACC title game preview?

Which team will win Saturday's game at Florida State?

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  • What do you make of Florida State being favored by 21 points over Miami, the biggest ever point spread between two Top 10 teams?

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  • Will Florida State (Atlantic leader) and Miami (Coastal leader) play again in the ACC title game?

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      22%

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  • Which is the toughest opponent left on the Florida State regular-season schedule?

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      33%

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  • What do you think of Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher not voting the Seminoles No. 1 in the USA Today Coaches' Poll?

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      73%
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      27%

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  • Which of these teams should be No. 2 in the BCS standings?

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      46%
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      9%
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      45%

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  • Who is the best quarterback in college football?

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      24%
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      24%
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      32%
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      12%

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  • Would you pick Florida State to beat Alabama on a neutral field?

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      53%
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      47%

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  • Which coach has done the better job this season?

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      66%
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      34%

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