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Lou Holtz Thinks There Are "10 Teams" Better Than Florida State

The Florida State Seminoles, despite turning in a lackluster performance yesterday against Syracuse, are still one of just six unbeaten teams left in college football. They're also the reigning national champion, boast the Heisman Trophy winner at quarterback and haven't lost a game since the 2012 season. Apparently, it's all not enough for ESPN college football analyst Lou Holtz, who said yesterday that there are "10 teams" in the country better than FSU. He also believes that Notre Dame is going to defeat the Seminoles this upcoming Saturday.

">October 11, 2014

">October 11, 2014

Florida's State schedule, while decent, isn't up to par with a typical SEC slate, so there's an argument to be made there. Still, between Holtz' clear Notre Dame bias and the Seminoles' recent track record, it seems a bit far-fetched. The bottom line? If Florida State wins out, it'll reach the College Football Playoff, and we'll all get to see if the Noles are really as good as they were a year ago.