Florida International University Panthers

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The two teams have met four times this season, with Florida Atlantic leading 13-4 at the end of the 2019 season. This game is the first of a series that will likely be played for the second consecutive year between the two teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).

In 2010, FIU produced a team for the Sun Belt Conference that won the championship and produced three postseason appearances in the Bowl. The team reached the Division I championship game for the first time in school history, reached a national championship as a Division II program, and lost 4-1 to St. John's University. In 2012, FIU won the school's first national title in a sport, a 3-0 record and a spot in the College Football Playoff, against Southern Connecticut State.

FIU won the TAAC Basketball Tournament, earning automatic entry to the NCAA Tournament, its first appearance in the tournament in school history.

FIU plays the No 1 seed UCLA Bruins in the West Regional, played at Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho. The Panthers lost both games against the Bruins last season, becoming the only team ever to advance beyond the first round of the NCAA tournament. FIU is the 16th NCAA tournament and the first since the 2008-09 season.

It was the last college football game to be played at FIU Football Stadium, a former athletics facility. After the track was removed, the stadium was closed and converted into a dedicated football stadium, with the original turf removed and replaced by FieldTurf, and a 20,000-seat permanent stand was available.

The following season's opening game began with a loss to Indiana State, leading to an 0-8 record for the second-year team. Three years later, the FIU athletics department decided to move the program to Division I-A. To gain more recognition as a solid football team, FIU committed to playing the division's more demanding teams and became the fastest school to take such a step since its inception. After two seasons in Division II, FI U was promoted to Division FBS, formerly known as Division I -A.

When Miami found its luck, the FIU Panthers were on hand to pounce and inflict a stunning defeat.

For nine minutes and seconds, the two teams engaged in a brawl involving players from both schools, including an injured FIU player and a UM player who used his helmet as a weapon. Second linebacker Antwan Barnes recorded 15 losses and 11 sacks in his career.

The 32-year-old was suspended for the final game of the season against the Washington Redskins for a violation of team rules.

At 37, Cristobal became the second-youngest coach in Division I, and when he was a little boy, Lubin watched his father play football in the Miami Xtreme Youth Football League. Turner replaced Ron Cooper as interim coach at the end of the season but was fired after FIU suffered an 0-4 start to the 2016 campaign, including a home loss to Florida State and a home loss to North Carolina State. That same year, the FIU athletics department hired Pete Garcia, a new athletic director who was in a similar situation to his predecessor, former athletic director Bill Turner. After moving from an 8-5 season in 2011 to a 3-9 season in 2012, FI U athletic director Pete Garcetti made the decision to sack Cristiano after he went backwards last year - and half of the way.

Lubin, who is studying economics, started and played in all 13 games for the Panthers last year and in three of the team's four bowl games.

Lubin, who enrolled at FIU on August 28, 2015 and wore # 20 for the Golden Panthers, was described by Butch Davis as a great young man. He helped the Panthers set a 10-4 record and a trip to the Sun Bowl to close out his senior season. The Panthers have failed to win a bowl game since setting a record of 1-11 in 2013, followed by a record of 3-7 the following year and an 8-5 record a year later. His other five appearances were all against Division II programs and included two appearances in the American Athletic Conference championship in 2012 and 2013.

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