Legendary former Green Bay Packers head coach Vince Lombardi once famously said, “What the hell’s going on out there?” That sentiment, spoken decades ago, summarizes what many fans may be thinking after a week of strange sports stories in South Florida.
Florida Atlantic beat the struggling University of South Florida Bulls 29-10 Saturday night.
The Miami Hurricanes can’t exorcise all of the NCAA demons from the campus on Friday, but just getting back to football will be the perfect medicine for students, players, and fans of UM.
While University of Miami fans are already focused on week 2’s matchup with the Florida Gators, head coach Al Golden is trying to keep his team focused on Florida Atlantic and away from the looming NCAA announcement.
After an offseason full of waiting on the NCAA to finally issue a ruling on the Nevin Shapiro scandal; it’s finally time for Game 1 of the regular season for the University of Miami Hurricanes football team.
Florida Atlantic University saw $6 million vanish Monday when the GEO Group decided to pull its offer to buy the naming rights to the stadium.
The Miami Hurricanes football team will not leave the state of Florida until October 17 in the upcoming 2013 season. The Canes’ schedule was revealed Thursday by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The game of musical chairs in college sports conference realignment may have finally snagged another South Florida school.
Miami-Dade County will be home to the Shula Bowl Trophy this year and until further notice.
Graham Wilbert threw for 257 yards and two touchdowns on Saturday and ran for another as Florida Atlantic notched a 37-28 road upset against Western Kentucky.