What to Know
Miami will play nine games in the state of Florida during the 2019 season, starting off the year on August 31st when they face Florida.
Less than one month after the 2018 football season came to an end for the Miami Hurricanes, fans of ‘The U’ can get their 2019 calendars out and plan accordingly for the upcoming season.
The ACC announced Wednesday the schedules for all 14 member schools. Miami, which is coming off a 7-6 season last year, will be led by new head coach Manny Diaz – who spent three seasons as defensive coordinator before becoming the head coach at Temple for less than three weeks.
Diaz was lured back to Coral Gables following the sudden retirement of Mark Richt following the team’s Pinstripe Bowl loss to Wisconsin.
Miami will play nine games in the state of Florida during the 2019 season, starting off the year on August 31st when they face the Florida Gators in Orlando. Diaz’s team will open their home schedule on September 14th against Bethune Cookman.
The ‘Canes will travel to Tallahassee for their annual showdown with the Florida State Seminoles on November 2nd and will face off against the FIU Panthers on November 23rd inside Marlins Park – located where the iconic Orange Bowl stadium once stood that hosted the Hurricanes for over 70 seasons.
The complete 2019 schedule for Miami is:
August 31st – vs. Florida (in Orlando)
September 7th – at North Carolina
September 14th – vs. Bethune-Cookman
September 21st – vs. Central Michigan
October 5th – vs. Virginia Tech
October 11th (Friday) – vs. Virginia
October 19th – vs. Georgia Tech
October 26th – at Pittsburgh
November 2nd – at Florida State
November 9th – vs. Louisville
November 23rd – vs. FIU (at Marlins Park)
November 30th – at Duke
In addition, the conference announced the schedule for FSU – including their season opener against Boise State on August 31st in Jacksonville, the above mentioned game against Miami, their showdown with defending national champion Clemson on October 12th and their regular season finale at Florida on November 30th.