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Miami Finalizes 2020 Nonconference Schedule

Miami Finalizes 2020 Nonconference Schedule

Stefan Adams
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami football program announced Wednesday that it has finalized its nonconference schedule for the 2020 season.

The Hurricanes will host three nonconference opponents at Hard Rock Stadium during the month of September, and travel to Michigan State on Sept. 26.

Miami will kick off the 2020 campaign by hosting Temple on Sept. 5. The former BIG EAST Conference rivals last met in 2005, a 34-3 Hurricanes win. UM leads the all-time series, 13-1.

Miami will then host Wagner on Sept. 12, the first meeting between the schools. On Sept. 19, the Hurricanes host UAB, also for the first time in school history.

The Hurricanes then head to East Lansing, Mich., for their first meeting with the Spartans since 1989. Miami leads the all-time series with MSU, 4-0. This will mark UM’s first regular season game against a Big Ten opponent since a 2015 win over Nebraska.
 

Comments (174)

Wagner, UAB, and Temple. You could create an all-star team from those three schools and we would still win by 5 touchdowns.

Blake needs to go. He came up through the ranks from the ticket office side, and he couldn't even run a decent 3-day UM-UF ticket sale process. He is even worse on the OOC scheduling side.

We have one of the worst ADs in Power 5.
 
Wagner, UAB, and Temple. You could create an all-star team from those three schools and we would still win by 5 touchdowns.

Blake needs to go. He came up through the ranks from the ticket office side, and he couldn't even run a decent 3-day UM-UF ticket sale process. He is even worse on the OOC scheduling side.

We have one of the worst ADs in Power 5.

If you created an all-star team of UAB, Temple, and Wagner...how many players on it would be from Wagner?
 
We must have Clemson on the schedule to justify those 3 being the OOC foes. (Besides MSU) If not that is a joke and shameful to expect fans to pay to see that at HRS.
 
The real question is if this will help us recruit more like Wagner now.
 
Yall probably just gunna act like we aren't playing MSU and our non con schedule is trash...Obviously this isn't the best for ticket sales since theres no major home non-con opponent, but we do get FSU at home that year. But same thing will probably happen in 2022 (@TAMU and @Clemson for conference play) and 2024 (@ND)

2021 and 2022 schedule are real legit though with 2021 playing Bama and MSU and 2022 getting TAMU and away at Clemson...
 
Is it really that difficult to get 2 P5 OOC opponents on the schedule every year.

Im sorry but Miami OOC scheduling is a joke and has been for a while.
 
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