Top-ranked Nebraska and No. 2 Florida are college football's perfect pair.

The only undefeated, untied teams in Division I-A will play for the national championship in the Fiesta Bowl.Nebraska (11-0) was No. 1 in Sunday's final regular-season Associated Press poll with 50 first-place votes and 1,538 points.

Florida (12-0) was second after beating Arkansas 34-3 Saturday in the Southeastern Conference title game. The Gators got 12 firsts and 1,500 points from a nationwide media panel.

When they meet Jan. 2 at Tempe, Ariz., it will be the 11th matchup between No. 1 and No. 2 in bowl history. The last one was No. 1 Florida State's 18-16 victory over No. 2 Nebraska in the 1994 Orange Bowl.

The Huskers haven't lost since, winning 24 in a row and moving within one victory of their second straight national title.

"What an opportunity that is to challenge Nebraska," Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel said. "They're a great team."

Northwestern (10-1) was ranked third, while Ohio State (11-1) and Tennessee (10-1) tied for fourth. Rounding out the Top 10 were Notre Dame (9-2), Colorado (9-2), Florida State (9-2), Texas (10-1-1) and Kansas State (9-2).

Kansas was 11th, followed by Oregon, Virginia Tech, Michigan, Penn State, Auburn, Southern Cal, Virginia, Texas A&M, Washington, Alabama, Miami, Clemson, Arkansas and Toledo.

Texas A&M fell three spots after losing to Texas 16-6 Saturday. Arkansas dropped one notch.