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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2017 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 Hard Rock 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 Hard Rock Stadium. The move has been met with criticism, some claiming that the move from the Orange Bowl to Hard Rock 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 Hard Rock Stadium sideline with sections 138-146. Hard Rock 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.
2015 Miami Football Preview
The Miami Hurricanes had a difficult 2014 season, losing their final 4 games of the year to finish 6-7. The 2015 Miami Hurricanes chances will lie heavily on the shoulders of sophomore quarterback Brad Kaaya. Kaaya showed glimpses of what he is capable last season, throwing for more than 3,000 yards as a freshman. A greater emphasis will be put on the passing game in 2015 with the departure of standout running back Duke Johnson. Kaaya and will have a strong corps of Hurricanes receivers in 2015, headlined by Rashawn Scott and Herb Waters. Miami will also have an experienced defensive unit, with 5 seniors slated to start, including standout safety Deon Bush. Look for Miami to challenge Georgia Tech for the ACC Coastal Division crown in 2015. Top games on the Miami Hurricanes 2015 schedule are against Nebraska and Georgia Tech, and at Florida State.
2014 Miami Football Preview
The 2013 season saw the Hurricanes rattle off 7 wins to open the season, with Stephen Morris and Duke Johnson headlining a dangerous offense that was clicking on all cylinders. An injury to Johnson and a gauntlet of an ACC schedule made the going tough for the Canes as they finished out the season losing 4 of their final 6 games. The Canes will look to replace Morris with talented freshman Brad Kaaya who will orchestrate the offense behind a veteran offensive line and with Johnson in the backfield. But the key to Miami’s success in 2014 will likely come on defense, where the Hurricanes have a veteran front 7, and a group of ball-hawks in the secondary. Miami opens the season with a rematch of last years Citrus Bowl, in Louisville’s ACC debut. A week 4 matchup at Nebraska highlights the non-conference schedule and tough matchups against Florida State, and at Virginia Tech will likely put the Canes on the national stage.
2013 Miami Football Preview
Al Golden enters his third season as the head coach of the Miami Hurricanes and he continues to build a program that was once the barometer in college football. The offense will be the catalyst for the Hurricanes in 2013 as it returns all five starters on the offensive line. Also returning is senior quarterback Stephen Morris who is fresh off a season in which he threw for over 3,000 yards to go along with 21 touchdowns. Running back Duke Johnson returns for his sophomore season after a freshman campaign of averaging nearly seven yards per carry to go along with 10 rushing touchdowns. The Hurricanes have an early season showdown at home against state rival Florida Gators and they will also welcome conference opponents Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech to Miami Gardens this season.
2011 Miami Football Preview
Miami finished last season with a respectable 9-4 record, but at the end they replaced head coach Randy Shannon with Al Golden, who will be looking to take a talented group of seniors to the ACC Championship game.
The Hurricanes will be led by senior quarterback Jacory Harris on offense. Though he is supremely talented, Harris has struggled to stay healthy, and the team's success relies on his ability to stay on the field. He will be surrounded by a productive supporting cast, including running back Lamar Miller and an experienced offensive line.
Though the success of the offense may be uncertain, the same cannot be said for the defense. This squad was among the best in the conference last year, and Miami fans can expect more of the same in 2011. Specifically, they'll look to Marcus Forston and defensive back Ray-Ray Armstrong, both of whom are coming of stellar campaigns last season. However, it will be Armstrong who will stand out as he is a potential first round draft pick. If they can lead the way again, there's no reason why Miami won't be in the conversation this year.
2010 Miami Football Preview
For fans of a football team with the long-standing winning tradition of the Miami Hurricanes, it's hard not to be excited for the upcoming season. In 2010, many experts have the team slated for a big year, after a tough schedule and ill-timed departures left them with a middling performance last season. To begin 2009, the Hurricanes lost their two backup quarterbacks to other schools, and starting defensive end Adewale Ojomo suffered a broken jaw after a locker room fight to end his season.
Nonetheless, Miami was able to start their difficult schedule with a 3-1 record after beating rivals Florida State, and then defeating the fourteenth ranked Georgia Tech and the powerhouse Oklahoma Sooners. Despite a series of setbacks, the Canes were able to make their second straight Bowl Game bid.
This season, the Hurricanes will start their year on much firmer ground. Junior quarterback Jacory Harris now has played a full season under offensive coordinator Mark Whipple, and should be better prepared to face the top talent of the ACC. Harris is coming off a season in which he threw for 3,352 yards, the fourth most passing yards in a single season in school history.
A strong recruiting class assembled by coach Randy Shannon also put Miami in position to make a run for a conference championship, given the right breaks.
2009 Miami Football Preview
The 2009 season could be the year that the Miami Hurricanes finally return to their position among the nation's elite teams. The Canes were a mainstay in the top 10 for much of the last few decades, but have struggled for a few seasons under Head Coach Randy Shannon. Shannon's a fantastic coach, but has to compete with stiff in-state competition for the top recruits in the state of Florida. If Shannon can get the Canes defense playing up to their abilities and also get some production from the offense, then there will be very few teams who can give Miami a game.
2008 Miami Football Preview
While the University of Miami Hurricanes football program has seen some tough times in the last few seasons, don’t get used to their lack of success. The Hurricanes are without a doubt the most successful college football team in the last 25 years. The last few years have seen tragedy strike as well as an embarrassing on-field brawl and steady decline in performance. After one year at the head coaching position, Randy Shannon looks to return the team to its previous success. He's started by removing the names of players from their jerseys, hoping to focus the team's energy away from individuals and back to the team. Fans at Dolphin Stadium this coming season will look for their home team to climb the ACC ranks and play for a good bowl game this season.