The University of Miami began collegiate football competition in 1926. The Hurricanes have had some legendary coaches including Andy Gustafson, Howard Schnellenberger, Jimmy Johnson, Dennis Erickson, Butch Davis, and Larry Coker. Under these incredible coaches, the Hurricanes won 5 national Championships - in 1983, 1897, 1989, 1991, and 2001, as well as 9 conference titles. Miami's most celebrated rivalries are with Florida and Florida State. The last quarter century has also shown the Hurricanes to be a springboard for a wealth of NFL talent: Vinny Testaverde, Warren Sapp, Santana Moss, Steve Walsh, and Bernie Kosar to name just a few. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Miami Hurricanes football tickets.
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2016 Miami Hurricanes Season Preview
The Miami Hurricanes had a difficult season in 2015 after a big loss against Clemson Tigers midway through the season and head coach All Golden was fired. The Hurricanes were then invited to the Sun Bowl where they lost against Washington State, finishing their season 8-5. Mark Richt was officially announced as Miami’s new head coach for 2016. The Miami Hurricanes will be coming into the 2016 season with quarterback Brad Kaaya for the third consecutive year. Kaaya has had time this spring to adjust to Richt's offense and should be the least worry for the Miami coaches. The offensive line will contain nine returning linemen from last season, but the defensive back positions will need to be replaced after four did not return in 2016. With a new coach, the team has developed a new attitude and new expectations that could lead to an exciting season and an ACC Championship for the Miami Hurricanes in 2016. Top games on the Miami Hurricanes 2016 schedule are against Florida State, Notre Dame and Georgia Tech.
Miami Hurricanes Football at New Miami Stadium Address: 2269 NW 199th St, Miami Gardens, Florida, 33056
The Miami Hurricanes played their home games at the Miami Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida since 1932, but the program announced that starting in 2008 the team will play at Dolphin Stadium, now New Miami Stadium. The move has been met with criticism, some claiming that the move from the Orange Bowl to New Miami Stadium has already cursed the Miami Dolphins. It should be interesting to see how this storied program performs with a new coach, a new stadium, and rumors of curses flying. The Miami Hurricanes home bench is on the New Miami Stadium sideline with sections 138-146. New Miami Stadium parking information is covered in our Hurricanes event guide.
If you’ve been a football fan over the last 20 years, you’ve watched some exciting FSU-Miami games. From “Wide Right” 1 & 2 to the 2004 Orange Bowl, we’ve seen some big games change the national championship landscape of the season on a single pass, run and even kick. The 2006 Seminoles-Hurricanes game is the most watched college football game in ESPN history.
Miami vs. Florida
It’s not a regularly scheduled game anymore now that the schools are in different conferences, but this is an intense game any time it’s played. Miami got big wins over the Gators in the 2001 Sugar Bowl and 2004 Peach Bowl, while the Gators finally broke through in 2008 to snap a 23-year drought. It’s the oldest rivalry Miami has, and if you get a chance to see it, don’t pass that up.
Miami in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and ACC Championship
The Hurricanes are one of College Football’s most legendary teams having rattled off 34 consecutive wins from 2000-2003. Another impressive streak of theirs included a four-year run, which saw them end the season in a BCS Bowl game including two National Championship appearances. In 2002 they knocked off Nebraska to win their first ever BCS National Championship. To make matters better, during their brief 12-year stint in the Big East Conference before moving to the ACC in 2004, Miami collected nine Big East Conference Championships. Scary. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the ACC Championship Game.
Miami Hurricanes Event Guide
What are the best restaurants to visit for a Miami home game?
There are numerous options in a city like Miami, but Monty’s (on the water) is a great restaurant & bar to check out for a Hurricanes home game. Lincoln Road, in South Beach, is a great place to visit that is full of restaurant and shopping options.
What is the best place to stay when in Miami for a Hurricanes home game?
The Hurricanes play at New Miami Stadium, in Miami Gardens, which is located approximately 30 minutes from the University of Miami campus. Brickell, Florida is a nice area near the stadium that gets fans out of the hustle and bustle of South Beach. Key Biscayne is another option for fans who want to experience the beautiful beaches of South Florida.
Does New Miami Stadium serve alcohol for Miami Hurricane home games?
Yes, since the Hurricanes play games at an off-campus stadium, alcohol is served at games. A beer will cost around $9.00; margaritas and mixed drinks are also available. Try a Land Shark Lager, the unofficial beer of South Florida.