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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: Primetime in Chapel Hill and more

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It’s gameday folks - Miami travels to open ACC play against North Carolina

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In just a few hours, the Miami Hurricanes will take the field to battle the North Carolina Tar Heels in the first game of ACC play for either team. Miami started 2019 with a promising but sloppy defeat against the Florida Gators, while UNC came back in thrilling fashion to claim Carolina bragging rights over the South Carolina Gamecocks. Hopefully ya’ll have found a way to watch the game - airing exclusively on ACC Network, but before we get to gametime, we’ve got all the news and info you need to stay updated.

Around The Site

Your official Week 2 preview of Miami-UNC. This ACC opener will be a great test of where Miami is at and if they can continue to improve after a promising but frustrating Week 0.

Another week of high school football, another schedule breaking down when and where some of Miami’s 2020 and 2021 recruiting targets will play.

Miami and UNC both debuted freshmen quarterbacks in their first start - with mixed results. But it can’t be denied that both signal callers showed tons of promise, perhaps enough to be considered the future of the Coastal Division.

How many yards will Jarren Williams throw for? How many tackles will Shaq Quarterman rack up? Vote for yourself in this weeks’ over/under!

John Michaels’ gives you every ACC team’s Week 2 matchup and who to root for. Besides UM-UNC, there isn’t any inter-conference play and, with a couple exceptions, there’s a lot of “tune-up” games for the programs around the ACC.

Your Week 2 guide to all things sports betting in college football - personally I’m looking at that juicy spread for LSU-Texas.

Around The Web

Stormtrooper White-out at Chapel Hill. Let’s go. #BeatUNC

The Miami Herald takes a look at what the Canes can do to make life miserable for UNC’s true freshman QB Sam Howell. And on the recruiting front, Miami will have a big-time recruit in the house to see their battle with UNC - 3-star DE Quinten WIlliams.

Over at the Sun Sentinel, they’re break down how Miami’s talented fleet of wide receivers can make life easier for Jarren Williams in Week 2.

That’s all for today Canes’ fans, enjoy the game tonight and remember -

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE U!