The winner may have a clear path to the BCS title game. The Seminoles (2-0) are aching to prove that their shoddy showing in a 47-17 loss at Oklahoma last season was a fluke. In that game, Oklahoma QB Landry Jones made a mockery of the inexperienced FSU defensive backs, passing for 380 yards before leaving the game after his fourth touchdown pass midway through the third quarter gave the Sooners a 41-7 lead. On offense, the Seminoles must establish some semblance of a running game, missing in their first two games.
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DE Brandon Jenkins, left, one of the nation's most explosive pass rushers who had 13½ sacks last season as a sophomore, will attempt to pressure Jones. If he can't, it could be another long day for the Seminoles. In FSU's first two games against inferior opponents, Jenkins has made eight tackles, including three for losses and a sack.
No. 5 Florida State vs. No. 1 Oklahoma, 8 p.m., Ch. 28, 1040-AM, 820-AM