Bragging rights will be at stake Saturday evening as the Miami Hurricanes (1-0) will travel to a hostile environment in Gainesville, Fla., to face the No. 5 Florida Gators (1-0) in one of the nation’s most anticipated games of the season.
Primetime appearance could mark Miami’s reemergence on the national stage.
First true test of this year’s team will come against the Florida Gators on Saturday.
An evaluation of the Hurricanes’ performance during Thursday night’s game.
With no votes in the AP or USA Today Coaches Poll, this year’s Miami Hurricanes will have considerable ground to gain to reach the pinnacle of college football.
When glancing at the depth chart for the Miami Hurricanes opener, a few things jump out.
Obviously, the top line is confusing, as the team’s “starting” quarterback – Robert Marve – is not even listed due to a suspension.
As the Miami Hurricanes prepare for Charleston Southern on Thursday night, a new page turns in the book of this storied football program.