The Florida St. Seminoles are looking to move to 5-0 for the first time since 2005 as they head south to take on the South Florida Bulls. It is possible that this could be a let down game for the Seminoles since last week they knocked off a top-10 Clemson team, and they are now facing a 2-2 South Florida team.
The rushing attack is something that Florida State has been missing, and they have solved that this year with having a ground attack that is averaging 281 yards per game, good enough for eight in the country. Chris Thompson and James Wilder, Jr. are leading the way for the Seminoles with a combined for 642 yards and 11 touchdowns.
South Florida can counter with their passing game that is led by quarterback B.J. Daniels who is averaging 285 yards per game, but he struggles with accuracy and is just 56.6 percent on the year. Plus, he has an interception issues with six already, so he will need a great game to be able to be able to keep up with Florida State's offense.
Date/Time: Saturday, Sept. 29, 6 p.m. ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla.
Odds: Florida State is a 15-point favorite