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NO. 11 GEORGIA 41, NO. 6 SOUTH CAROLINA 30 BOX SCORE
Aaron Murray completed nearly 74 percent of his passes and finished with a 244.2 quarterback efficiency rating in the 41-30 win against South Carolina. Saturday marked the ninth time in Murray's career in which he threw at least four touchdown passes and he moved to No. 2 on Georgia's all-time total offense list with 10,907 yards in his four seasons. Murray capped his stellar day for the Bulldogs by slipping away from South Carolina star Jadeveon Clowney and connecting with Justin Scott-Wesley on an 85-yard touchdown pass with 13 minutes remaining to seal the Bulldogs' first win of the season.
 
C-A-I YDS TD LONG
Week 2 17-23-0 309 4 85
Season 37-52-1 632 4 85
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MICHIGAN STATE 21, SOUTH FLORIDA 6  BOX SCORE
Michigan State's Shilique Calhoun has outscored the Michigan State offense in the first two games of the season -- three to two. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Well, the Spartans are 2-0 following the win against South Florida. Calhoun returned a fumble four yards for a score and then added a 56-yard interception return for a touchdown. Calhoun becomes the first Spartans defensive player to score three TDs in one season since T.J. Turner accounted for three in 12 games in 1999.
 
S-A-TT TFL-YDS FR-YDS INT-YDS TD
Week 2 3-0-3 2.0/12 1-4 1-56 2
Season 3-0-3 2.0/12 2-20 1-56 3
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FRESNO STATE 41, CAL POLY 25BOX SCORE
Isaiah Burse had three touchdowns, two on punt returns, to lead Fresno State past Cal Poly. Burse's touchdown returns of 61 and 58 yards came in the first half and tied a Fresno State record set in 2005 by Clifton Smith. Burse called himself a "daredevil" after the game, saying he's willing to return any punt in his direction. He came into the game with 11 career touchdowns, but never had more than one in a game.
PR-YDS AVG LONG TD
Week 2 3-130 43.3 61 2
Season 6-177 29.5 61 2