2014 Miami Hurricanes Football Schedule
If you haven't heard of the Miami Hurricanes, well, it's time to step out
from under the rock where you live and head to the stadium, where you can instantly get into the madness and passion that
is associated with one of the premier programs in the nation. The 'Canes seem to always have a roster filled with the stars
of both today and tomorrow, providing plenty of incentive to come out and get into the thick of the bone-jarring excitement
as they look to navigate the rocky waters of the ACC, a conference known for being one of the very best in the country.
at the schedule, you'll definitely understand what all the buzz is about, as the Hurricanes have a steady string of unbelievable
matchups that will provide plenty of reasons to head out to the stands. One of the biggest games, of course, will be when
Duke comes to town to play Miami on Sept. 27, though a home game against Cincinnati on Oct. 11 will also have plenty of fanfare,
as will other home matchups against North Carolina (Nov. 1) and defending champion Florida State (Nov. 15).
home matchups are sure to give fans plenty to talk about around campus, the same holds true for the away games, as they all
provide opportunities for fans to head out and see the 'Canes from a completely different angle. Road matchups between Miami
and Nebraska on Sept. 20 will definitely be one of the most exciting of the season, but Miami-Georgia Tech on Oct. 4 and Miami-Virginia
Tech on Oct. 23 will also have plenty of 'Canes colors in the stands. It's not going to be easy, of course, but the Hurricanes
aren't exactly a team that is going to back down from a battle.
Miami Hurricanes Football Team Info
is a great sports town, particularly for college, but you're not going to figure that out until you get out and see it all
first-hand as the 'Canes look to pull it together with another intense season that is guaranteed to be loaded with tense moments
you don't want to miss. We know that the Dolphins are great to watch too, but there is something extra special about a sport
when it's just school pride on the line, and these guys are world-class athletes who can do a little bit of everything on
And Hurricanes fans definitely got a chance to see that once again this spring during the annual spring
game. In what has become a tradition showcasing the improvement of the players from last year along with the new talent ready
to take the team to the next level, the spring game provides some big-time thrills that tend to spill over in a big way to
the regular season. Though the Hurricanes have a difficult situation at quarterback, they also have some major talent ready
to step up, and 'Canes fans know that they have plenty of playmaking ability in the backfield, in the receiving corps and
on defense as well. Over the years, the Hurricanes have had a shocking amount of superstars come through their program on
their way to dominating on the next level, and you never know when the next all-time great is going to light up the opposition
with a banner day that will have Heisman voters taking note.
Miami Hurricanes Football Experience
thousands of fellow fans at your side and some of the top players in the ACC on the field, you'll be in for a treat that will
have you kicking yourself for not making it out to see the Hurricanes much sooner. When the Hurricanes are driving down the
field in a game that is sure to have the attention of all the fans in the area, the pulse of the crowd will be nothing short
of electric, but you're way off if you think that you can conjure up the same atmosphere from home. When you get a chance
to see the excitement from the stands with the rest of the fans that pour into the stadium to get knee-deep in the action,
you'll see a sport that springs to a completely different level.
Miami Hurricanes Football History
the years, only a handful of college football programs have been more successful than "The U." The Miami Hurricanes won National
Championships in 1983, 1987, 1989, 1991, and 2001 and dominated their opponents with incredible student athletes that have
gone on to dominate the NFL as well. Some of their most famous alumni include Ray Lewis, Vinny Testaverde, Jim Kelly, Frank
Gore, Edgerrin James, Jimmy Graham, Reggie Wayne, Cortez Kennedy, Warren Sapp, Vince Wilfork, Ed Reed, Andre Johnson and Devin
Hester, to just name a few. These days, the Hurricanes are again building a strong roster that has aspirations of once again
challenging for a title, providing plenty of reasons to head out and get right into the middle of the action as they head
into another exciting era of football.
Miami Hurricanes Football Trivia
Did you know that NFL Hall of
Famer Jim Kelly didn't get drafted until the 14th pick?
Though he would go down as one of the greatest quarterbacks
of his era, he actually fell quite a bit down the draft board after dominating at the U with the Hurricanes in college. Eventually,
the Buffalo Bills would select him and – after a brief period in the USFL – Kelly would explode on the scene in
the NFL and deliver the Bills their golden age.
Miami Hurricanes Football Fans
Sun Life Stadium in Miami
Gardens, Florida has been named many things over the years, from Joe Robbie Stadium to Dolphin Stadium. One thing has never
changed throughout the years- the stadium has been home to some of the most exciting games in college football. Hurricanes
fans are amongst the most passionate fans around and you'll get a better sense of that if you snag your favorite team gear
and see it all for yourself this season as the 'Canes look to deliver another memorable year.