I'm not sure I'll truly believe in a Florida-Oklahoma BCS national-title game until I see it in the official reveal tonight. It is absurd that I should be worried about Florida's place in the game.
But if it is Florida-Oklahoma, I project that the Sooners will get worked over as roughly as they have been in their past two BCS bowl games.
The fact is: Oklahoma's prolific offense -- which scored the most points in a season in D-1 history -- is complemented by an utterly porous defense, which doesn't even crack the top half in D-1.
If there is one common trait that national champions share, it is stifling defense -- at least Top 20 in the country. Florida is No. 3.
Meanwhile, Oklahoma's defense is in a competition with its offense to see who can score highest into the 60s.
So: Florida's offense can overwhelm OU's defense -- especially with Percy Harvin back. (They scored 31 points on Alabama's Top 5 defense...without Harvin.)
And Florida's defense -- again, Top 3 in the nation -- can contain Oklahoma's offense.
We have seen this before, both with Florida ('06) and with Oklahoma (the last two BCS bowl games it played in).
I wouldn't be surprised if Florida won by 20+. Florida's toughest game of the season was played last night.
(Now: Will there be a split champ? If Florida is ranked ahead of Texas in the AP poll today -- especially at No. 1, where it should be, given that it was No. 2 heading into a win over No. 1 last night -- it would be very hard for AP voters to vault Texas over Florida, unless they were simply interested in the college football equivalent of "jury nullification.")