The game of musical chairs in college sports conference realignment may have finally snagged another South Florida school.
Holy crap here we go again on the conference realignment train and this time it is going to get truly crazy. Plus, the Dolphins are poor in the secondary and playing the New England Patriots on Sunday. Yeah, this isn’t going to be pretty. And Al Golden tells critics of his god-awful defense to stick it. All in the agenda.
The University of Central Florida has a chance to cement a bid to the Liberty Bowl if it can capture the Conference USA championship on Saturday.
The University of Central Florida is stepping out of conference Saturday to welcome in the newest member of the Southeastern Conference to Orlando. But the University of Missouri team that UCF faces is in deep trouble of seeing its season spin out of control.
Florida International University officially announced Friday the school will leave the Sun Belt Conference after the 2012 season and join Conference USA.
Well, Amar’e is done for the series, but will forever have a place in dumb sports history; the Marlins won *hang on Elizabeth…this is the big one*, Drew Rosenhaus is delusional, there’s a shock, and FIU finds a new home.
Florida International University will leave the Sun Belt Conference and join Conference USA next year, according to CBSSports.com.
The Florida International Panthers finished off the regular season with the best record in school history. The Panthers will follow it up with the second-straight bowl appearance.