Florida State vs. Maryland 2012: Game time, TV schedule, odds and more

Geoff Burke

The Seminoles will try to lock up a division crown and a berth in the ACC Championship Game against Maryland.

The Florida St. Seminoles will aim to lock up a 10-win season and a berth in the ACC Championship Game on Saturday when they take on the Maryland Terrapins on the road.

Despite a tie atop the ACC's Atlantic division with the Clemson Tigers, the Seminoles hold the tiebreaker by virtue of their head-to-head victory over the Tigers earlier this season. With a meeting with the Florida Gators as the only game remaining on the Seminoles' schedule, a victory against the Terrapins would give Florida State the title.

Led by quarterback E.J. Manuel, the Seminoles will be faced with an injury-riddled Terrapins squad that is on a four-game losing streak, dropping its latest to Clemson, 45-10, last weekend.

After dropping their only game of the season to the NC State Wolfpack at the start of October, Florida State has reeled off four straight ACC victories, including last week's 28-22 victory over the Virginia Tech Hokies.

Date and Time: Nov. 17, 12 p.m. ET

Location: Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md.

TV: ESPNU

Odds: The Seminoles are favored by 31 points on the road

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