This weekend seemed to be about FIU football down the road -- current freshmen, future opponents, future players.
Wagner's 1-0, by the way, after a resounding 21-3 win over Georgetown. Behind an offensive line that's combined for 100 games and 86 starts, Fort Lauderdale Dillard graduate Otis Wright ran for 73 yards and two touchdowns. Wright took 24 carries to do that, though. Also, Hoya football was one of Wagner's three victims last year. Translation: FIU should be 1-1 when everybody heads for church (or the church of the NFL) Sunday morning.
Among FIU's 2015 recruitng commits, The Quarterbacking Alexanders both came out on top. Maurice Alexander threw two touchdown passes in Booker T. Washington's 19-7 late night win against Tucker (Ga.). Christian Alexander completed 7 of 13 for 140 yards, including 9 and 62-yard touchdowns, as Lakeland Christian crushed Winter Garden Foundation Academy 41-0 in just under three quarters (the coaches agreed to end the game after a lightning delay with 4:48 left in the third quarter).
Running back Terry Bennett ran for a pair of 11-yard touchdowns as Jacksonville Atlantic Coast drubbed Jacksonville Jackson 49-6.
Defensive lineman Milord Juste forced a fumble and had two sacks against Lake Worth John I. Leonard for a dominant Palm Beach Gardens defense: 21-0.
Former FIU defensive tackle Isame Faciane's on the Minnesota pratice squad after being one of the Saturday cuts. Former FIU cornerback Sam Miller also was a Saturday cut, but hasn't show up on anybody's taxi squad, which can now carry 10 players instead of just eight as in past years.