ESPN’s College GameDay arrived in the heart of University of Miami’s campus Saturday Nov.11 to signify the biggest football game in the nation that night: the Miami Hurricanes v.s the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. With their 41-8 victory and record 6.7 million viewership reach, the Hurricanes did not disappoint. Scroll through the gallery to recap…
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Unique days and special accomplishments are hard to come by for football programs as storied as the University of Miami’s. But Saturday brought something special to the city.
This week’s photo of the week comes from Visuals Editor Hunter Crenian and features Alex Rodriguez appearing on ESPN’s College GameDay at the University of Miami Nov. 11 while wearing his “Turnover Chain” predicting the Hurricanes win over Notre Dame in contrast to Lee Corso’s prediction of a Notre Dame victory.
Miami’s defense shuts down Notre Dame to win 41-8 in primetime contest, Hurricanes jump to No. 2 in AP poll
The Miami defense looked even better than it did last week, holding Notre Dame to its lowest scoring output of the season. The Hurricanes remain undefeated and have moved up to No. 2 on the week 12 AP poll. This is the highest UM has been ranked since 2003.
The College GameDay broadcast on Nov. 11 brought out the most fervent Canes fans on campus. Visuals editor Hunter Crenian went out to interview some of the students who waited in line early Saturday morning ahead of the Notre Dame rivalry game.
No. 3 Notre Dame (8-1) vs. No. 7 Miami (8-0, 6-0 ACC) Here’s what you need to know… FINAL SCORE: Miami 41 – Notre Dame 8 4th Quarter: Miami Ball: DJ Dallas having his best overall game as a Hurricane. 4-yard touchdown rush, Miami leads 41-8 with 4 minutes remaining in 4th quarter. Notre Dame…
ESPN’s College GameDay pre-game broadcast was welcomed by the Coral Gables campus with thousands of students, creative fan signs and a plenty of Canes spirit. More from our live blog coverage can be found here. Featured photo taken by visuals editor Hunter Crenian.
Analysts from ESPN’s College GameDay said in a press conference Nov. 10 that the rivalry between the No. 7-ranked University of Miami Hurricanes and the No. 3-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish is “significant again.” “You got a great setting, you got warm weather, you got short pants, you got the Irish and the Canes,” College…
Miami and Notre Dame each had at least four losses on their records and were struggling to find consistency when they faced off in October 2016. What a difference a year makes.
Students can start lining up for a chance to be on national television starting from 5 a.m. Saturday.