There’s little chance that Louisville will overlook Florida International this week. And FIU can blame Virginia for that.
Scoreboard operators across the college football world got quite a workout last Saturday. Nowhere was that more evident than at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky.
After the firing of head coach Mario Cristobal and hiring of former Illinois head coach Ron Turner, FIU seemed to be heading towards rock bottom. Wednesday, the school continued that slide.
After a little winter hibernation, the Sports Agenda returns and what a perfect time, the BCS National Championship game is tonight. Plus, FIU has gone bye-bye ahead of its entrance to Conference USA. The Marlins vowed to not trade Giancarlo Stanton, uh, right. And hockey is..back?
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.
Former Florida International University head coach Mario Cristobal’s chair isn’t even cold yet, but the focus of the coaching search is turning to a familiar face on South Florida sidelines.
Antonio Andrews rushed for a 3-yard score with 2:24 remaining, and the Western Kentucky defense forced its fourth turnover of the contest on the final play in a 14-6 win over FIU Saturday night.
Will Scott’s 42-yard field goal with 11 seconds left gave Troy a 38-37 comeback win over Florida International on Saturday.
Terrance Broadway threw for a touchdown and ran for two more to help Louisiana-Lafayette beat Florida International 48-20 Saturday night.
Entering 2012, Head Coach Mario Cristobal guided FIU to its longest win streak in its football program’s history.On Friday, FIU showed its appreciation.