Miami football schedule released for 2021
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – From Alabama to Duke, the Miami Hurricanes’ full 2021 football schedule was released Thursday morning by the ACC. We already knew the season would kick off with a showdown against the defending champion Crimson Tide at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Here’s how the whole schedule shapes up:SEPT. 4. vs. Alabama (in Atlanta, Ga.)SEPT. 11 vs. Appalachian State (Hard Rock Stadium)SEPT. 18 vs. Michigan State (Hard Rock Stadium)SEPT. 25 vs. Central Connecticut State (Hard Rock Stadium)SEPT. 30 vs. Virginia (Hard Rock Stadium)OCT. 16 at North Carolina (Chapel Hill, N.C.)OCT. 23 vs. N.C. State (Hard Rock Stadium)OCT. 30 at Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pa.)NOV. 6 vs. Georgia Tech (Hard Rock Stadium)NOV. 13 at Florida State (Tallahassee, Fla.)NOV. 20 vs. Virginia Tech (Hard Rock Stadium)NOV. 27 at Duke (Durham, N.C.)Kickoff times are to be announced
Duke falls out of AP Top 25; Gonzaga, Baylor remain 1-2
(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Gonzaga and Baylor maintained their grip on the top two spots in The Associated Press men's basketball poll Monday. “Everyone has dealt with this,” said Wright, whose team finally gets back on the court Tuesday night against Seton Hall. The Golden Gophers were followed by Auburn, one of this week's poll newcomers, Missouri and Clemson. “We’re still finding out about our team,” said coach Mike Krzyzewski, whose team nearly rallied from an 18-point deficit against Virginia Tech. IN AND OUTThe Bruins were the other newcomer to this week's poll after improving to 11-2 and 7-0 in the Pac-12 with consecutive wins over Washington State and Washington.
Multiple Miami Hurricanes football games rescheduled because of COVID-19
The ACC announced on Monday that three games are being shifted because of COVID-19. Miami’s game against Georgia Tech on Nov. 21 and at Wake Forest on Nov. 28 are being moved. The Canes had several players out during last Saturday’s win over Virginia Tech because of COVID-19 and subsequent precautions. Miami’s last three remaining games are now:Miami at Wake Forest on Saturday, Dec. 5. Georgia Tech at Miami on Saturday, Dec. 19.
Mike Harley named ACC receiver of the week
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – University of Miami senior wide receiver Mike Harley was named ACC receiver of the week. Harley finished with career-high totals in every category in Miami’s win over Virginia on Saturday. Harley had 10 catches for 170 yards and a touchdown. Harley started the game by catching a 43-yard touchdown on the second play from scrimmage. They have a bye week before returning to action on Nov. 6 at NC State.
Miami Hurricanes learn ACC scheduling model
All rights reserved)CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The Miami Hurricanes learned more about their schedule for the upcoming season. The ACC released the schedule model. The Hurricanes would have home dates with Florida State, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh, North Carolina, and Virginia. Notre Dame will also play a 10-game conference schedule and be eligible to compete in the 2020 ACC Championship Game. The ACC Championship Game will be played on their Dec. 12 or 19 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Canes will not play Michigan State this season
CORAL GABLES, Fla. The Miami Hurricanes football schedule is changing. On Thursday, the Big 10 Conference announced that they will only play conference games this season because of the Corona-19 pandemic. The Hurricanes were scheduled to play at Michigan State on Sept. 26. Miami Athletic Director Blake James released the following statement: I am aware of the announcement made by the Big 10 today. While we are disappointed to lose the opportunity to face Michigan State during the 2020 season, we will work with the ACC to best position our program for the upcoming season.The ACC has not released their official plan for how the conference will handle the pandemic.
Hurricanes to open ACC play at home against Pitt, host Florida State in November
All rights reserved)CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Miami will open Atlantic Coast Conference play at home against Pittsburgh and host rival Florida State in early November. Miami will travel to Virginia on Halloween to face the defending ACC Coastal Division champion. The Hurricanes begin their November slate by hosting rival Florida State on the first Saturday in November. Miami will travel to Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech in back-to-back weekends before concluding the season against Duke. 2020 Miami Hurricanes Schedule
Hurricanes picked to finish second in ACC Coastal Division
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. - The Miami Hurricanes have been picked to finish second in the Atlantic Coast Conference Coastal Division. Miami received 55 first-place votes among Coastal Division teams, second only to Virginia's 82. Every team in the Coastal Division received at least one first-place vote. @UVAFootball is favored in the Coastal Division. https://t.co/Z0cFFqvyDB pic.twitter.com/EE6eAMiqOx The ACC (@theACC) July 22, 2019The Hurricanes were picked to represent the Coastal Division in each of the previous two seasons.