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2-3, 3rd in C-USA - East
Minutemen's defense stole the show in first win (1:46)

The Minutemen hold on

UMass earned its first victory of the season with a 24-14 victory over Florida International. QB Blake Frohnapfel went 31-for-41 with 354 yards and three TDs. Game summary


Minutemen extend the lead

UMass QB Blake Frohnapfel hit Marken Michel on this fade route for a five-yard TD pass. UMass leads Florida International 24-14 with seven minutes left in the game.


Golden Panthers cut into deficit

Alex Gardner's one-yard TD run pulls FIU within a field goal. UMass, which is trying to hold on for its first win of the season, leads 17-14 at the start of the fourth quarter.


Frohnapfel leads UMass to 14-0 lead

Blake Frohnapfel's second TD pass is a six-yard toss to Tajae Sharpe. The Minutemen lead FIU by two scores late in the second quarter.


UMass strikes first against FIU

UMass QB Blake Frohnapfel finds Marken Michel up the middle for a 57-yard TD pass. The Minutemen are up 7-0 after the PAT.

Watch: Florida International at UMass

UMass seeks its first win of the season when it hosts Florida International. The visiting Golden Panthers are 3-1 against the spread. Live on ESPN3

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Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Indiana pulls ahead thanks to its second fumble recovery of the game. Redshirt junior Mitchell Paige scored his first career touchdown a play after the turnover to give his Hoosiers a 29-22 lead with 10 minutes left to play.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Indiana has run twice as many plays as FIU (60-30) but still trails the Golden Panthers 15-14. No turnovers either for the Hoosiers, just settling for field goals in the red zone that's holding them back.

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Crowd hears obscenity from ref's spat with IU coach

Referee Kent Antee's microphone picked up an obscenity from a spat with Indiana coach Kevin Wilson, who was reacting to what he thought was a missed offside call in Saturday's 36-22 win.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Griffin Oakes misses a field goal with 1:38 left in the half. It would have put the Hoosiers ahead, but FIU keeps its 14-13 lead. Indiana outgaining FIU 255-165.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Indiana trails FIU by a touchdown after the first quarter despite the Golden Panther only having nine rushing yards. It's 7-0 in Bloomington.

Team Stats

Passing Yards232.658th
Rushing Yards124.0111th
Points For21.0Tied-215th
Points Against23.0Tied-58th