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Baseball schedule released; FIU fishing

At least FIU will start the baseball season playing against a College World Series team.

Stony Brook, which made last years CWS despite a name that looks lifted from The Flintstones, comes to town for a season-opening three-game series, Feb. 15-17. That starts a run of 16 of the first 17 at home, including three games Mar. 8-10 against perennial power and future intraconference foe Rice.

After those 17 come three road games Mar. 15-17 all the way up at FAU, then back home for three series, ending with a pair of games against Florida A&M April 2-3. The return series with FAU, May 16-18, closes the regular season before the Sun Belt tournament May 21-26 at Louisiana-Lafayette.  


FIU made an offer to Virginia Beach (Va.) Cape Hendry Collegiate shooting guard Ayron Hutton, a class of 2014 player.


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Might have missed this - are there going to be more FIU games on TV locally when they're in C-USA? What channel will they mostly be on?

Hard to believe it's baseball season already.

Are you finally going to watch your first FIU game?


There should be, and they will most likely be on either FSN or Sun Sports.

I've watched their bowls and a couple other weekday games when they were on ESPN, just wondering if C-USA has a deal with Fox or ESPN or anything like that.

Which would you rather have as your head coach right now? The guy that had a .365 overall winning percentage while coaching in the worst conference in the NCAA despite having arguably the best recruiting classes in that conference for the past 3 years, or............ the guy with a slightly better overall winning percentage but with experience coaching in a much tougher conference and has had success recruiting 4 and even 5 star recruits, and has even beaten teams like Michigan, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Penn State, Purdue, and Cal. You people are trashing a guy whom has spent the past 7 years coaching players at the highest level. Do you not think this is some indication that he may have some success at the college level? This guy has more coaching experience than Mario and Al Golden put together. As a matter of fact, there is not much difference between Mario and Al Golden yet the Canes fans were very optimistic when they both went to the U. Why all the pessimism from the FIU fans? What is your basis for believing that our program deserves anything better than Ron Turner right now?

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