GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Miami Hurricanes will open the 2013 football season with back-to-back national TV games on the ESPN family of networks, announced Thursday by the ACC.
Miami’s Aug. 30 season opener at Sun Life Stadium against Florida Atlantic will kick at 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU. Eight days later, the Hurricanes will host the in-state rival Florida Gators on Sept. 7 at noon ET on ESPN.
The ACC features 11 national TV games in the first three weeks of the season, including six national TV appearances during the opening weekend. The 2013 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game, which will be played for the fourth consecutive year at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium, is scheduled for Sat., Dec. 7, and will have a nationally televised kickoff time of either 7:45 p.m. ET (on ESPN) or 8 p.m. ET (on ABC).
Season tickets are on sale for as low as $98. To purchase season tickets, call the UM Athletic Ticket Office at 305-284-2263 or buy online at www.CanesTix.com.
Miami’s 2013 season opener is less than 100 days away and HurricaneSports.com is counting down to Aug. 30 by giving away Canes gear every day. Stay tuned to @HurricaneSports on Twitter and facebook.com/MiamiHurricanes for content information.