Florida International University made the leap to Conference USA this year and will not only be the new team on the block, but the squad will also have a new offense and a new head coach.
It’s all about The U today. From the NCAA investigation, to Mario Cristobal, to the Canes being ranked number two in the country, it’s all Canes all the time here in the agenda today.
Former Florida International University head coach Mario Cristobal is now a former University of Miami coach as well after accepting the job of offensive line coach at the University of Alabama.
University of Miami Hurricanes assistant football coach Mario Cristobal is in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and was expected to interview for the Crimson Tide’s vacant offensive line coaching position, according to a report from 247sports.com.
The University of Miami continued to remain red hot Thursday as the Canes football team plucked a talented assistant from arch rival Florida State.
University of Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden has made one of the shrewdest hires of the offseason. The AP is reporting that Golden has hired Mario Cristobal to be an associate head coach and tight ends coach.
Rumors are flying this Christmas Eve that Florida International University is set to name former North Carolina head coach Butch Davis as the team’s next head coach.
If Florida International University athletic director Pete Garcia had a plan for the post-Mario Cristobal era, it’s not become apparent so far.
If Florida International University athletic director Pete Garcia fired Mario Cristobal with hopes of bringing in former UM coach Butch Davis, it looks like those dreams may have been dashed.
Florida International University will be moving to a new conference and have a new head coach in 2013. In a move that shocked the college football world, the Panthers fired head coach Mario Cristobal Wednesday morning.