FIU beat the Miami Hurricanes on the gravesite of the Orange Bowl | November 23rd, 2019

FIU beat the Miami Hurricanes

Miami, FL - What if I told you that up was down, left was right, day was night, and FIU beat the Miami Hurricanes on the gravesite of the Orange Bowl? Wait, what?! That's right. "You've just crossed over into the Twilight Zone." Last season, the Panthers played the Canes at

2019 Shula Bowl | FIU vs FAU | November 9th, 2018

2019 Shula Bowl

Boca Raton, FL - The 2019 Shula Bowl had implications for days. Besides bragging rights, both squads were still mathematically in the running for a chance at the Conference USA title. Despite FIU's terrible start, had they ran the table, along with some help from other teams, they could've snuck

FIU score another win vs Old Dominion and are one game closer to Bowl Eligibility | November 2nd, 2019

FIU score

Miami, FL - Coming off an embarrassing 50-17 loss at Middle Tennessee, the FIU Panthers’ struggles followed them back to Miami. Lucky for them, the 1-7 Old Dominion Monarchs let FIU score another win at home, bringing them to within one win of bowl eligibility.  https://twitter.com/LemonCityLive/status/1190676299024457728?s=20 Despite scoring 24 points, today the

FIU Football loses home opener to Western Kentucky University | September 7th, 2019

FIU Football

Miami, FL - FIU Football is officially upon us! And it wouldn't be an FIU season if they didn't get off to a bad start, right? Unfortunately, last week the Panthers got stomped pretty convincingly by Tulane 42-14. This week, FIU found themselves looking at 0-2 to start the season,

FIU Panthers vs. Marshall Thundering Herd | November 24th 2018

Miami, FL - FIU's historic run came heartbreakingly short, losing 28-25 to the Marshall Thundering Herd Saturday afternoon at Riccardo Silva Stadium. Heading into the season finale, the Panthers were one win away from not only claiming the East Division but punching a ticket for the C-USA Conference Championship for the

Shula Bowl | FIU Panthers vs. FAU Owls | November 3rd, 2018

Riccardo Silva Stadium, Miami FL - The FIU Panthers were absolutely demolished at Shula Bowl XVII, losing 49-14 Saturday night at The Cage in front of the largest crowd this season. Devin Singletary feasted as FAU's ground game absolutely torched Florida International's defense. What began as a hotly contested game