Miami Hurricanes Football 2014 News and Updates
7/30/14 – We’re just 30 days away from the Miami Hurricanes Football kick off! Fall practice may start next week, but fans are pining for seats to attend their decisive Week 1 game at Louisville. Players like senior linebacker Denzel Perryman are hot on the trail for revenge: “I’m 0-1 against those guys. I ain’t going 0-2” he said in response to their bowl game loss last year. The preseason polls picked the ‘Canes to win the Coastal Division and meet Florida State in the championship game; buy your Miami Hurricanes Football tickets and be with this team from the very beginning! Miami Football tickets start at $55 for their Memorial Day opener (9/1).
7/9/14 – Apparently Miami’s hottest nightclub is the Hurricanes Football weight room. The sleepy-eyed players sauntered over to their workout facility a week ago for 5:30am session, only to be met with neon lights and a live DJ as motivation to pump some iron. Hey, whatever works, guys! Score your Miami Hurricanes Football tickets now, because the real party is going to get started on the gridiron in less than two months!
6/20/14 – Awesome news for Miami Hurricanes Football! ESPN ranked the ‘Canes No. 1 in Tight Ends over the last decade, with seven players drafted, including first-rounders Jeremy Shockey, Kellen Winslow, Greg Olsen, and third-rounder Jimmy Graham. What’s more, former No.1 quarterback recruit Jake Heaps is transferring to Miami, after time with the BYU Cougars—where he was MVP of the Cougars’ New Mexico Bowl (2010)—and Kansas. Heaps is eligible to play in 2014 and hopes to fill in after the departure of QB Stephen Morris; projected starter Ryan Williams is currently recouping from ACL injury. Who will be the ‘Canes man under center? Score your Miami Hurricanes tickets now to find out!
5/28/14 – Aside from the Miami vs. Florida State matchup (avg. $196) in mid-November, every game on the Miami Hurricanes home schedule this season is super cheap! The average price of Miami Hurricanes tickets at Sun Life Stadium range between $26 and $36 to see Florida A&M (avg. $27), Arkansas State (avg. $26), Duke (avg. $31), Cincinnati (avg. $31), North Carolina (avg. $36), and Pittsburgh (avg. $33). In comparison, Miami Dolphins tickets at the same venue are averaging $159 for the upcoming NFL season. Get behind redshirt freshman quarterback Kevin Olsen (brother of Greg Olsen) as he looks to lead the team to an ACC title!
5/9/14 - Miami Hurricanes football tickets are some of the cheapest on the market! Outside on an in-state battle against the Florida State Seminoles (avg. $223), every game on the Hurricanes schedule is averaging less than $65. In fact, $5 cheap seats at Sun Life Stadium are available for all games except vs. FSU. And not to worry, Miami vs. Florida State tickets are from $10! You can’t find deals like this from the box office, so grab your Canes tickets today from Razorgator and watch the perennial conference contenders led by an extremely talented group of running backs live this season.
2/6/14 - The Hurricanes played an admirable season, going 9-4 (5-3 ACC) and winning an invitation to the Russell Athletic Bowl. Ready to do some more damage in the ACC this year, Hurricanes’ fourth year coach Al Golden landed his best recruiting class in his tenure! Miami would need it, with the departure of senior QB Stephen Morris and RB Duke Johnson to the NFL Draft. Golden pulled the second best class in the ACC (just behind Florida State) with 26 players. A great emphasis was put on reinforcing their front seven; Miami now boasts five-star DE Chad Thomas, 4-star KC McDermott, Demetrius Jackson and All-American 4-star QB Brad Kaaya. The Hurricanes have long been one of the most prolific colleges to produce in the NFL Draft, keep up with the Hurricanes this year and see what they can do in both the pros and college!
11/18/13 – After starting the season 7-0 and climbing to No. 7 in the standings, the Hurricanes have lost three straight. Their loss to Duke Saturday gave the Blue Devils control over the Coastal Division. In late October is was announced that the Canes will not face any additional bowl bans, clearing Miami to participate in the postseason this year. But, in a season that had Orange Bowl aspirations, Miami is more focused on ending their frustrating 2013 campaign on a positive note with improvement against Virginia and Pitt. Saturday’s game against the Cavaliers will be the Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris’ last game at SunLife Stadium, as it will be for all Miami’s seniors. Tickets for Senior Day start at $5.
Miami Hurricanes Football 2014 Season
Despite qualifying for the ACC Championship
game last year with a win over Duke in the final regular season game, the Miami Hurricanes football program did not play for the title against rival Florida State. The young squad hoped that by taking themselves out of bowls for two straight years, they’d eliminate any further penalties from the NCAA. There has been no official word on whether the Hurricanes will be allowed to play in the postseason this year.
The Canes are one of the favorites to win the Coastal Division this year but the squad will need their defense to step up. Many will look to Veteran Anthony Chickillo, Miami’s sack leader last year, to lead the team. One of the toughest games on the Canes schedule will be played in Week 2 against the Florida Gators. At an average ticket price of $228 (up $24 in the last two weeks), the Florida Gators vs. Miami Hurricanes game is the most expensive at Sun Life Stadium in 2013.
Conference play begins in October and the most challenging games will come on the road. Al Golden and his team will head to Tallahassee in early November to play the Seminoles (avg. $158) in the most expensive road game of the season. ACC foes that will make the trip to Coral Gables include: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Wake Forest Deacons, Virginia Tech Hokies, and Virginia Cavaliers.