Welcome to ESPN's College Gameday, live again from Tallahassee, Florida, the site of this week's Game of the Week between the #8 North Carolina Tar Heels and the #2 Florida State Seminoles. I'm Chris Fowler and I'll be joined by Herbie and the Coach to discuss this week's news from around the world of college football as well as preview this week's great slate of action on the gridiron. We start here in Tallahassee, where Gameday is this week. Let's welcome Kate Upton with the latest news on this weeks Game of the Week between the Tar Heels and the Seminoles. "It is highly unlikely that Gameday is hosted from the same town twice in four weeks, but this matchup was too good to pass up. It will likely be an ACC championship preview, unless some other ACC team gets hot. North Carolina is coming off a tough loss to Stanford where the big play was their enemy, and they will have to limit them against FSU in order to claim ACC bragging rights. They also suffered a season ending loss to WR Andre Minor(damn they need to implement medical redshirts in this game). However, QB James Barry can make any wideout into a star, and UNC will look for him to bounce back from a mediocre game. They will also look for senior captain CB Chris Bell to keep all the big plays in front of him. Florida State had trouble defending the Georgia Tech triple option last week as their defense was exposed. Their offense also sputtered and if it doesn't get going until the 4th quarter like last week, the deficit may be too much for sophomore QB Chris Gay to overcome. Gay will lean on FSU defense to help keep the game close, especially frosh LE Jordan Kelly, who leads the NCAA in sacks with 6. He will need to get to QB James Barry early and often to slow down the UNC offense. Players To Watch:For North Carolina: QB James BarryFor Florida State: LE Jordan Kelly Well, the headgear is here and ready to go so it's now time for our picks segment. HerbieCorso #17#9HerbieCorso#7#6HerbieCorso #5#3HerbieCorso GOTW#8#2HerbieCoach-who ya got? Thanks for joining us on ESPN this morning, enjoy your day of college football on the ESPN family of networks.