Former Florida Atlantic University Owls head football coach is asking to be reinstated to his job after he said he was forced to resign by athletic director Patrick Chun, according to ESPN.com.
Florida Atlantic University’s football team finished off one of the more bizarre weeks in recent college football history with something few believed would happen, a victory.
Florida Atlantic University school officials released sworn statements Friday alleging that football coach Carl Pelini was seen using marijuana and cocaine.
Less than 24 hours after Florida Atlantic University head coach Carl Pelini stepped down amidst accusations of illegal drug use, more details are starting to come to light about what led to his abrupt resignation.
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.
A bizarre situation has unfolded in Boca Raton at the Florida Atlantic University athletics department. Head football coach Carl Pelini and defensive coordinator Pete Rekstis both admitted to athletic director Florida Atlantic University athletic director Pat Chun what is described as illegal drug use.
The Florida Atlantic University student that claimed to have been beat up and forced to withdraw money, came clean to FAU Police Friday night about what really happened.
Rice cashed in on a fumble and an interception to come from behind and beat Florida Atlantic University 18-14 Saturday night in a Conference USA game that broke open in the fourth quarter.
Florida Atlantic beat the struggling University of South Florida Bulls 29-10 Saturday night.
Florida Atlantic University couldn’t pull out a win against East Carolina Thursday night.