All right - BCS title time, and it's the Penn St Nittany Lions vs the Florida St Seminoles. Why Penn St will win: Because it's all Hokie seems to do lately? But seriously, he hasn't lost a game in nearly over 2 seasons, and most of the user wins have not been close (more on that later). PSU leads the nation in offense and scoring, and is #2 in the nation in defense and turnover margin. They don't have the big time threat at HB that they've had in the past, as they've been unable to land the big time speed recruit there that Hokie covets, but they still have Robert Bolden (averaging like 12 ypc) and their main WR target Alex Kenney is the big play guy, and is by far the favorite target of the PSU QB's with 3 times as many catches and 4 times as many yards as the next guy. People know what's coming when they play Hokie, but for 2 years no one has been able to stop it. Can FSU do it? Why FSU will win: The team that has come the closest to beating PSU the past two season? FSU. Last year, a very young Seminoles team took the Lions into the late 4th quarter in a one score game before eventually falling by 10 points. Pretty much every player of consequence from that FSU team is still here this year, and the speed advantage is not in PSU favor as much as it was last year (but PSU is still the faster team). FSU is in the top 10 on offense and #2 in the nation in scoring, and leads the nation in defense and turnover margin. However, the FSU defense has struggled in it's user games, so they may be a bit of a paper tiger. The FSU offense is led by QB Brenton Newby and HB Andy Frank, and the offense is predicated on a quick passing attack to take advantage of the various WR targets on the team. Will another year of experience make the difference for Newby and Co?