College Football AP Top 25 Scores Week 2 On Sep. 10

College Football AP Top 25 scores and results from Week 2 games on Saturday, Sept. 10. Clemson and Florida State were among the winners.

Florida State: Francois AP Top 25 Scores

Florida State QB Deondre Francois and coach Jim Fisher

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Sporting Alert — College Football AP Top 25 scores from the games that were played in Week 2 on Saturday (10).

NO. 3 FLORIDA STATE 52, CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 8

Deondre Francois threw three touchdown passes in helping No. 3 Florida State beat a depleted Charleston Southern 52-8 at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee.

Francois, who passed for 419 yards in the win over Ole Miss on Monday night, went 25 of 32 on completed passes for 262 yards and an interception on Saturday.

Dalvin Cook ran for two scores and 83 yards on 11 carries for the Seminoles (2-0), while Travis Rudolph took seven catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns for Florida State, which scored 28 unanswered points in the first quarter.

Robert Mitchell passed for 142 yards and a touchdown and Kameron Brown took two catches for 80 yards and a score for the Charleston Southern Buccaneers (1-2), which played without 13 players, including 10 starters.

According to the school, the players missed the game to serve one-game suspensions for violating NCAA rules after they used financial aid intended for books to purchase different items.

NO. 2 CLEMSON 30, TROY 24

Star quarterback Deshaun Watson tossed three touchdown passes to three different receivers and No. 2 Clemson scraped home with an unconvincing 30-24 win over Troy.

Watson, who looked out of synch delivering the ball this weekend, was picked off two times, while completing 27 of 53 passes for 292 yards and ran for 55 more for the Tigers (2-0), who almost paid for an embarrassing early celebration punt-return mistake from Ray-Ray McCloud.

After doing all the hard work to get to the end zone, McCloud flick the ball just before he crosses the goal line and it cost the Tigers a touchdown.

Deon Cain, Hunter Renfrow and Christian Wilkins all took catches for touchdowns.

Brandon Silvers went 24 of 42 on completed passes for 233 yards and two touchdown, while throwing two interceptions as well for Troy in the defeat.

Deondre Douglas caught the ball 11 times for 93 yards and two TDs, while Jabir Frye rushed for a score for the Trojans (1-1).

NO. 20 TEXAS A&M 67, PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 0

Senior quarterback Trevor Knight threw for 344 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another score and No. 20 Texas A&M rout Prairie View 67-0 in a college football AP top 25 game in College Station.

The Oklahoma Sooners transfer was 21 of 37 on passes with one interception, while rushing for a game-high 78 yards on seven carries for the Aggies (2-0).

Christian Kirk took five catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns and Speedy Noil took a catch for a score as well.

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Week 2
Saturday, September 10

NO. 1 ALABAMA 38, WESTERN KENTUCKY 10
NO. 2 CLEMSON 30, TROY 24
NO. 3 FLORIDA STATE 52, CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 8
NO. 4 OHIO STATE 48, TULSA 3
NO. 5 MICHIGAN 51, UCF 14
NO. 6 HOUSTON 42, LAMAR 0
NO. 8 WASHINGTON 59, IDAHO 14
NO. 9 GEORGIA 26, NICHOLLS 24
NO. 10 WISCONSIN 54, AKRON 10
NO. 11 TEXAS 41, UTEP 7
NO. 14 OKLAHOMA 59, LOUISIANA-MONROE 17
ARKANSAS 41, NO. 15 TCU 38, 2OT
NO. 16 IOWA 42, IOWA STATE 3
NO. 18 NOTRE DAME 39, NEVADA 10
NO. 19 MISSISSIPPI 38, WOFFORD 13
NO. 20 TEXAS A&M 67, PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 0
CENTRAL MICHIGAN 30, NO. 22 OKLAHOMA STATE 27
NO. 23 BAYLOR 40, SMU 13
NO. 24 OREGON 44, VIRGINIA 26
NO. 25 MIAMI 38, FLORIDA ATLANTIC 10

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