Florida State highlights the Saturday schedule with a matchup against Georgia Tech in the ACC title game. Central Florida is playing in the C-USA title game, and USF and Florida Atlantic wrap up disappointing seasons.
Here's a glance at the Saturday schedule for Florida college football teams:
Florida State vs. Georgia Tech, 2012 ACC Championship game
Florida State can win its first ACC title since 2005 with a victory over Georgia Tech on Saturday night. With the win, the Seminoles would earn a spot in the Orange Bowl against an opponent yet to be determined. Georgia Tech comes into the game at 6-6 overall; the Jackets made the championship game because NCAA sanctions prevent division rivals Miami and North Carolina from playing in the postseason.
Kickoff: 8 p.m. ET, ESPN
UCF vs. Tulsa, Conference USA Championship game
Central Florida lost a close game to Tulsa back on Nov. 17, and now the Knights have an opportunity to exact revenge on the Golden Hurricane in the league title game. Both teams come into the contest with 9-3 records.
Kickoff: Noon ET, ESPN2
Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Florida Atlantic
The Owls will try to end their season on a positive note when they take on Louisiana-Lafayette Saturday afternoon. FAU endured a six-game losing streak earlier in the season and sits at 3-8 overall. Louisiana-Lafayette, on the other hand, is 7-4 and put a scare into the Florida Gators on Nov. 10.
Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET (No TV.)
Pittsburgh vs. USF
South Florida wraps up a disappointing 2012 campaign with a game against the Pittsburgh Panthers. The Bulls are just 3-8 in 2012, and head coach Skip Holtz is on the hot seat. Pittsburgh comes into the game at 5-6 overall and fighting for bowl eligibility. The Panthers have had an erratic season, losing to Youngstown State, beating Rutgers and also nearly upsetting No. 1 Notre Dame.
Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET, ESPN2