Ex-FIU player Lubin dies at 21 in car accident

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Former Florida International defensive back Emmanuel Lubin, who started all 13 games last season, was killed in a car accident Saturday night, the school announced. He was 21. Lubin played in 45 games for the Panthers, with 86 career tackles and one interception. He made 31 tackles, with 2.5 for loss and a sack last […]

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