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Florida State vs. No. 18 Wake Forest, 8, Ch. 28
By BRIAN LANDMAN
Published November 11, 2006
Playing the spoiler. Getting bowl eligible. The phrases take FSU (5-4, 3-4 ACC) aback. But that's where it is against the Demon Deacons, who haven't won in Tallahassee since 1959 but have an eye on an ACC title. Wake takes the Atlantic Division if it wins its final three games or wins two, including at Maryland on Nov. 25. Wake (8-1, 4-1) won its only league title in 1970. "Naturally, the name, the fact that it's Wake, it's a surprise," FSU coach Bobby Bowden said. Not that he's shocked. Wake is a veteran team, starting seven fifth-year seniors and six redshirt juniors. In the past three games, N.C. State, North Carolina and Boston College had chances late to beat Wake or force overtime but committed turnovers. Wake redshirt freshman Riley Skinner (Jacksonville Bolles) leads the ACC in passing efficiency, completing 68.6 percent of his passes with just three interceptions.