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No. 2 FLORIDA STATE at GEORGIA TECH
WHEN/WHERE: 8 p.m.; Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta.
RECORDS: FSU 1-0; GT 0-1.
COACHES: FSU _ Bobby Bowden (232-53-4, 25th season; 305-85-4 overall) and George O'Leary (37-25, sixth season).
LINE: FSU by 22.
MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE at No. 8 FLORIDA
WHEN/WHERE: 6 p.m. today; Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville.
RECORDS: MT 0-1; UF 1-0.
COACHES: MT _ Andy McCollum (3-9, second season). UF _ Steve Spurrier (103-22-1, 11th season; 123-35-2, 14th season).
LINE: UF by 40.
SOUTH FLORIDA AT KENTUCKY
WHEN/WHERE: 1:30; Commonwealth Stadium, Lexington, Ky.
RECORDS: USF _ 1-0; UK 0-1.
COACHES: USF _ Jim Leavitt (21-13, fourth season), Arkansas _ Hal Mumme (18-18, fourth season; 83-43-1 overall).
NO. 4 MIAMI AT NO. 15 WASHINGTON
WHEN/WHERE: 3:30; Husky Stadium, .RECORDS: UM 1-0; Wash. 1-0.
COACHES: Miami _ Davis (41-19, sixth season), Washington _ Rick Neuheisel (8-5, second season; 41-19 overall).
LINE: UM by 3.
Tom Osborne, the former Nebraska football coach, is running for Congress. Among Cornhusker fans is not whether he'll win but whether his winning percentage will reach his .836 career percentage on the football field.
After his overwhelming victory in the primary, his approval rating reached 90% in some polls, and he's a Republican running in a district that has had GOP congressmen continuously since 1930.
"In coaching, if you wanted to run a play up the middle, you ran up the middle," he says. "You go up there (in politics) and you're not going to have your opinion count for much. ...
"We'll see what happens. People say I'm naive in regard to politics, but I think dealing with the NCAA is a good primer."