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Florida State moved into the top 5 and Miami leaped into the top 10 of the Associated Press poll on Sunday afternoon.
Florida State at Clemson will not only be a matchup of unbeatens but also a top-5 showdown.
The Seminoles (5-0), who had a bye last week, moved up a spot to No. 5 in the Associated Press poll on Sunday afternoon. They will face No. 3 Clemson on Saturday night in Death Valley.
Miami (5-0), also coming off a bye week, didn't need to play to move up three spots to No. 10 in the AP poll. The Hurricanes play at North Carolina on Thursday night.
Florida slid to 22nd in the AP poll after its 17-6 loss at LSU. The Gators managed just 240 offensive yards and a pair of field goals. They next play No. 14 Missouri (6-0), which moved all the way up from No. 25 after a win at Georgia.
The USA TODAY coaches' poll will be released later Sunday afternoon.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- A week after changing place-kickers, No. 22 Florida is switching punters.
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Coach Will Muschamp announced Monday he's replacing punter Kyle Christy, a preseason All-American, with freshman Johnny Townsend.
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The Florida Gators struggled on offense on Saturday in Baton Rouge. Totaling 240 yards of offense, the Gators were handed a tough loss to LSU and done so in the style that Florida likes to apply to the teams they play. The LSU Tigers went out of style and ran the ball hard on Florida and shut down what Florida wanted to do offensively.
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Will Muschamp would stock up. Muschamp announced Monday that
sophomore running back Matt Jones, who is averaging a team-high
67.8 yards per game, is out for the year with a knee injury.
The punter job seemed to be locked down for the next two seasons. Kyle Christy returned to Florida as a Ray Guy Award finalist and a preseason All-American by numerous publications. On Monday, he lost his job. The junior punter struggled through the first six games of Florida’s season, and freshman punter Johnny Townsend will take the starting job this Saturday at Missouri.
Florida head coach Will Muschamp wasn’t concerned about the status of running back Matt Jones on Saturday after his knee injury against LSU. The Gators didn’t expect it to be serious, but that changed when the team returned to Gainesville. Muschamp announced on Monday that Jones will be out for the remainder of the season with a torn meniscus.