|Xavier Rhodes had an interception against Murray State last week. (US Presswire)|
Savannah State (0-1, 0-0 MEAC) at No. 6 Florida State (1-0, 0-0 ACC)
Kickoff: Saturday, 6 p.m. ET (ESPN3)
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Watchability: Oklahoma State beat Savannah State 84-0 last week, and Florida State beat Murray State, a team that received votes in the preseason FCS top 25 polls, 69-3. It’s tough to come up with a compelling reason to tune into this one.
Shining Stars: Florida State: Defensive end Bjoern Werner had four sacks against Murray State last week. He could have another field day Saturday. Werner will be playing without fellow end Brandon Jenkins who is out for the year with a foot injury. Savannah State: Tight end Kris Drummond was named to the preseason all-conference second team. Drummond had just one catch for five yards against Oklahoma State. Cornerback John Wilson intercepted a pass last week.
Who could steal the show: Florida State: At 6-2, 226 pounds, running back James Wilder, Jr. is a load to tackle. He had 12 carries for 106 yards and two touchdowns against Murray State. Savannah State: Running back Alex Simmons came off the bench last week to rush for 40 yards on nine carries against Oklahoma State.
Magic number for Florida State: 9. Florida State has held nine straight opponents to 19 or fewer points. The last team to score more than 19 points was Wake Forest on Oct. 8 last season.
Magic number for Savannah State: 13. That is the number of penalties committed by Savannah State last week against Oklahoma State. Seven of the 13 were false starts. Yes, the Tigers were extremely overmatched, but they can at least clean up the penalties if they're not too jumpy in the face of the Seminoles' rush.
The game comes down to: Whether the Seminoles physically show up. This was supposed to be a match-up with West Virginia, but the Mountaineers backed out after joining the Big 12. Florida State scrambled to find an opponent and paid $475,000 to fill the schedule with Savannah State.
Prediction: Florida State 59, Savannah State 0
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