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College football scouting reports for other games involving state of Florida teams

Miami vs. Kansas State, 3:30, ESPNU, 1470-AM

Dual-threat QB Collin Klein will be a challenge for the Hurricanes (1-1) after leading the Wildcats to a 2-0 record, running for 217 yards and completing 22 of 39 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns. Miami opponents have scored just one touchdown in nine red-zone trips.

FAMU vs. Southern, 3:30, Atlanta, Versus

Both teams are off to 1-2 starts with the Rattlers losing their only league game. QB Dray Joseph leads Southern in both rushing (57 yards) and passing (717 yards).

FIU vs. La.-Lafayette, 6

For the first time in program history, Florida International (3-0, 1-0 Sun Belt) received votes in the Associated Press poll. The Panthers are ranked second in the country with five sacks a game. Winston Fraser had two of the Panthers' six last week against UCF. The Ragin' Cajuns are 2-1 for just the second time since 1991.

Florida Atlantic at Auburn, 7, FSN

The Owls have been routed a combined 85-3 in their first two games. The defending national champion Tigers (2-1) are 16-0 against members of the Sun Belt Conference, so it figures to be more of the same.

Times staff , wires

College football scouting reports for other games involving state of Florida teams 09/23/11 [Last modified: Friday, September 23, 2011 9:57pm]
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