FIU Golden Panthers
Coming off the first loss of the season, the Florida International University Golden Panthers are hoping to have two of their best players back on the field this Saturday.
The Florida International University Golden Panthers may have suffered their first loss of the season last Saturday, but the program can take a big step forward this weekend with a homecoming victory over the Duke Blue Devils.
The Florida International University Panthers look to keep their record perfect as they take aim at the Ragin’ Cajuns from the University of Louisiana at FIU Stadium this weekend.
The best football team in South Florida doesn’t play at Sun Life Stadium. Instead, a trip down the Turnpike to FIU Stadium will show you a team on the rise.
When the Florida International Golden Panthers hit the field this weekend to play the University of Central Florida, FIU has the chance to start on a path that no South Florida team has done in years.
Florida International University already has over 40,000 students enrolled this year, but the school isn’t ready to stop there.
It’s not often that a player from the Sun Belt Conference is mentioned in the same breath as the Heisman Trophy. Then again, it’s not often a Sun Belt Conference team has a player as special as FIU’s T.Y. Hilton.
Florida International University is heading to Louisville to face the Cardinals just a week after the Panthers pasted the North Texas Mean Green.
The Florida International University Panthers enjoyed unparalleled success in 2010 under head coach Mario Cristobal. The team was a co-champion in the Sun Belt Conference and won their first bowl game. Now, Cristobal is cashing in.
Garrett Wittels said he would tip his cap to the person who ended his hitting streak. Much to Florida International’s dismay, Friday was the night he made good on that promise.