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Miami Hurricanes 2020 football schedule released

Manny Diaz’s Hurricanes will host Florida State and potential top-25 North Carolina.
The Miami Hurricanes mascot Sebastian the Ibis cheers during last season's opener against Florida at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. [MONICA HERNDON  |  Times]
The Miami Hurricanes mascot Sebastian the Ibis cheers during last season's opener against Florida at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. [MONICA HERNDON | Times]
Published Jan. 22
Updated Jan. 22

The Miami Hurricanes’ 2020 football schedule has been unveiled by the ACC.

Their season begins with the Manny Diaz bowl against Temple on Sept. 5. Diaz was briefly the head coach of the Owls before bolting to return to Miami when Mark Richt left after the 2018 season.

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The Hurricanes’ marquee non-conference game is at Michigan State on Sept. 26, but their biggest rivalry game (Florida State) is at Hard Rock Stadium.

Here’s Miami’s full schedule, as released by the ACC on Wednesday morning, with all games on Saturday and at home unless otherwise noted:

Sept. 5: vs. Temple

Sept. 12: vs. Wagner

Sept. 19: vs. UAB

Sept. 26: at Michigan State

Related: FSU football 2020 schedule releasedv

Oct. 3: vs. Pitt

Friday, Oct. 9: at Wake Forest

Oct. 17: Off

Oct. 24: vs. North Carolina

Oct. 31: at Virginia

Nov. 7: vs. Florida State

Nov. 14: at Virginia Tech

Nov. 21: at Georgia Tech

Nov. 28: vs. Duke


  1. Florida State quarterback James Blackman (1) throws during the first half of the 2019 season opener against Boise State in Tallahassee.
  2. Feb. 14• Florida State Seminoles
    Florida State head football coach Mike Norvell speaks at a press conference Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, in Tallahassee, Fla. Norvell is Florida State's new coach, taking over a Seminoles program that has struggled while he was helping to build Memphis into a Group of Five power.
  3. Florida quarterback Kyle Trask (11) reacts after scoring a touchdown during the second half of the Orange Bowl against Virginia on Dec. 30 in Miami Gardens.
  4. FSU booster Brian Murphy (far right) sits with his wife, Renee, son, Parker and daughter, Devin, at Doak Campbell Stadium.
  5. Florida State fans will have the opportunity to cheer on their Seminoles against LSU at New Orleans’ Mercedes-Benz Superdome in 2022 and at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium in 2023.
  6. ESPN films game action  on the final day of the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational at Eddie C. Moore. Fields in Clearwater last year.
  7. Feb. 11• Florida State Seminoles
    Duke guard Tre Jones celebrates after scoring against Florida State during a tight Blue Devils home victory.
  8. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. watches the leaderboard after his run during NASCAR auto race qualifying at Daytona International Speedway, Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, in Daytona Beach, Fla.
  9. Florida State guard M.J. Walker goes up for a shot against Miami during the second half in Tallahassee on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.
  10. Florida State guard Trent Forrest attempts to drive past North Carolina guard Cole Anthony during the second half on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, Tallahassee. FSU beat UNC 65-59.
  11. South Florida Bulls tight end Mitchell Wilcox (89) makes a key reception with Temple Owls safety Amir Tyler (25) and Temple Owls linebacker Audley Isaacs (30) defending during the third quarter of the game between USF and Temple on Thursday, November 7, 2019, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.
  12. Feb. 6• Florida State Seminoles
    Calvary Christian kicker Aidan Shahriari, here with Florida State football coach Mike Norvell, will be a preferred walkon at the school. (Courtesy of Aidan Shahriari)