September 1st - @ Louisville Cardinals - Monday 8:00 PM ET on ESPN
As some may have feared, Miami is slated to kickoff the season with a rematch in Louisville. While many notable players from each sideline have graduated or departed for the NFL draft, this game will still surely stand for revenge for one side and an urge to break new ground on the other.
September 6th - vs. Florida A&M Rattlers
Tune up game, cupcake opponent, and so forth. As was the case with FAU and Savannah State in 2013, it'll be a great chance for fans to see Miami's underclassmen and new arrivals begin to make their mark on the season.
September 13th - vs. Arkansas State
(copy & paste FAMU)
September 20th - @ Nebraska Cornhuskers
Nebraska and the University of Miami will meet for the first time since the ‘Canes outmatched Eric Crouch and the 2001 Cornhuskers for a BCS title. In a series between the two squads that dates back to 1951 neither program carries a statistical advantage with the record knotted up at 5-games apiece.
September 27th - vs. Duke Blue Devils
October 4th - @ Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
‘Canes travel to Atlanta to face Paul Johnson and the Ramblin' Wreck. Former starting quarterback Vad Lee parted ways with the Yellow Jackets this offseason, though the option game will still be in full effect.
October 11th - vs. Cincinnati Bearcats
Taking the place of USF, Cincinnati stands as the Hurricanes' final out-of-conference opponent in 2014.
October 18th - BYE
October 23rd - @ Virginia Tech Hokies - Thursday 7:30 PM ET on ESPN
Thursday night in Lane Stadium.
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November 1st - vs. North Carolina Tar Heels
It won't be Zero Dark Thursday, though Miami-UNC still remains a highly anticipated contest.
November 8th - BYE
November 15th - vs. Florida St. Seminoles
Sun Life Stadium plays host to Miami's greatest challenge of 2014.
November 22nd - @ Virginia Cavaliers
Charlottesville is the setting as UVA-Miami aims for another nail-biting finish for the third consecutive year.
November 29th - vs. Pittsburgh Panthers
Miami braved the cold last year at Heinz Field, this year Pitt travels to South Florida to cap off the season.
December 6th - ACC Championship Game