The Thundering Herd accumulated over 550 yards of total offense and the defense limited FIU to only 3.6 yards per play while recording seven sacks.
On Friday the Herd host East Carolina in a game that will determine Conference USA's East division champion. Kickoff is scheduled for 12 p.m.
A couple of highlights from Saturday's game:
- Gator Hoskins recorded his first 100 yard receiving game, catching six passes for 137 yards and three touchdowns. Speaking of touchdowns, Hoskins 25 career scores now ranks first all time among Marshall tight ends. The previous record of 23 was held by Cody Slate.
- With six receptions against FIU, Tommy Shuler became the first Marshall player to ever record consecutive 80 catch seasons.
- Marshall last won back-to-back road games in 2004. The nine year drought was snapped over the last two weeks with road wins at Tulsa and FIU.
- Marshall's last score was a 40 yard touchdown pass from back-up quarterback Blake Frohnapfel to reserve wide receiver Justin Hunt. A freshman, the touchdown was the first of Hunts career.
Huntington Herald Dispatch
Herd tops FIU, 48-10
Hoskins makes case for Mackey
Mirabel happy with homecoming
Chuck Landon: Best place to play Pirates is at home
Chuck Landon grades the Herd
Grant Traylor: MU Game Balls
Marshall Cruises Past FIU, 48-10
Bogaczyk: ECU-Herd, No Turkey Leftovers, for Certain
Herd handles business in Miami
Grades for FIU game
Charleston Daily Mail
Marshall football: Herd drubs FIU, 48-10, to set up division title game versus ECU
WV Metro News
Herd wins fourth straight 48-10
Thundering Herd runs past mistake-prone FIU
Marshall's Gator Hoskins burns FIU for 3 touchdowns