Kickoff is Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on Fox Sports Pay Per View. Here’s a preview of this game of David vs. Goliath.
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It appears that the winds of change in college football conferences are getting ready to hit hurricane strength.
The eyes of the college football world will focus on Doak Campbell Stadium this weekend when the number one ranked Oklahoma Sooners take on the number five Florida State Seminoles in prime time.
The 2011 Florida State Seminoles debut was solid, a 34-0 victory over Louisiana-Monroe. Thanks to a loss by number three Oregon, the Seminoles will move to number 5 in the rankings by Tuesday.
When the Oklahoma Sooners travel to Tallahassee to play the Florida State Seminoles, it will be a brotherly fight in prime time.
The 3rd seeded Hurricanes battled Oklahoma from behind, finally evening the score with just over 3 minutes left Tuesday, but in the end they were outplayed, ever so slightly, by the Sooners, who sent the Canes home from the Women’s NCAA tournament, 88-83.