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.
The game of musical chairs in college sports conference realignment may have finally snagged another South Florida school.
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.
Not much has gone right for the Florida International University Panthers in 2012. Despite returning nearly the entire defense, the Panthers are just 1-5 and 0-2 in the Sun Belt Conference heading into Saturday’s game with the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders.
The Florida Atlantic Owls are arguably the worst team in the Football Bowl Subdivision this season; and it doesn’t look like a victory is coming Saturday as the Owls travel to Miami to battle Florida International University.
Florida International’s season continues to come off the rails after starting off 3-0. The latest setback for the Panthers happened in Jonesboro, Arkansas Tuesday night.
Florida International has gone from a running joke of a football team to a bowl winning team last season. Now, FIU is the preseason pick to win the Sun Belt Conference.
The conference that is home to both Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University may be getting a little bigger.
Darriet Perry scored three second-half touchdowns and Florida International added a defensive score late in the third quarter on the way to a 38-17 win over Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday. The Golden Panthers (5-5, 5-1) remained in first place in the Sun Belt Conference and can clinch their first conference title with a win in one of their remaining two games.