Sun Belt Conference
College football’s regular season is coming down the final stretch, which means it is crunch time in the conference and division championship races. Not every team is playing for a spot in the College Football Playoff, but everybody seems to have some impact on the new postseason format.
Florida expects to know what will happen with its postponed season opener in the next two days.
The American Athletic Conference confirmed what has been known for weeks; the conference will host the annual Miami Beach Bowl starting next season. It just won’t be played on Miami Beach.
First-year Florida International University head coach Ron Turner has to follow the program’s best coach who took the team to its only two bowl games before being fired after a down season last year and do it all while playing in a tougher conference.
Basketball fans everywhere know about the dominance of LeBron James. But another South Florida basketball player is putting up just as dominant numbers in college hoops and is making her mark in the record books.
Richard Pitino made his peace with the reality long ago. No matter what he does as a coach, he knows comparisons to his father will always be made.
The game of musical chairs in college sports conference realignment may have finally snagged another South Florida school.
The Panthers know Kolton Browning plays quarterback for Louisiana-Monroe with the smoothness of a Savile Row suit, a cowboy’s daring and more than a six-shooter for an arm. Saturday, FIU sees Browning for the final time.
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.
The Florida International University Panthers will not be going bowling this season if they can’t win out the rest of their schedule. The mission will start in Troy against the Trojans on Saturday.