Duke vs. FSU 2012: TV schedule, odds and preview

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

The ACC division leaders will take aim at each other on Saturday. Live national college football coverage all day here, and look through SB Nation's many excellent college football blogs to find your team's community.

It isn't much of a surprise that the Florida State Seminoles are leading the Atlantic Division of the ACC at this point of the season, but no one expected Duke to be atop the Coastal Division in the last weekend of October. The Blue Devils aren't flashy, but they are winning the games they should en route to a 6-2 start.

Florida State is a game better, at 7-1, and would be undefeated if not for a shocking loss to North Carolina State. Although it's a game between two division leaders, it has the feel of a mismatch. Florida State has never lost to Duke in 17 meetings, and the Blue Devils haven't beaten a ranked team since 1994.


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Both teams are already bowl eligible for this season.

Game time: 3:30 p.m. ET

Location: Doak Campbell Stadium

TV: ESPNU

Spread: FSU is a 27-point favorite (according to OddsShark)

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