Baseball America's Aaron Fitt Talks ACC Baseball | ACC Baseball Weekly

On ACC Baseball Weekly, we round the bases and give you all the must see video and info on 3 up, 3 down. Also, ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel chats with Baseball America's Aaron Fitt about who's the beat team in the conference, NC State's struggles, the player of the year right now and which team has been the biggest surprise so far this season.


Miami: ACC Hoops Matchups

The ACC Digital Network has a look at the next two seasons worth of conference opponents for Coach L and the Miami Hurricanes. Host Jeff Fischel shares the details!



ACC Baseball Players of the Week Announced | ACC NOW

This week's ACC Baseball Players of the Week have been announced, former UNC runner Shalane Flanagan shines in the Boston Marathon, FSU dominates at the Outdoor Track Championships, plus more!


Official Highlights | Miami Forward Erik Swoope

After a four-year basketball career at Miami, Erik Swoope might be headed to an NFL field next year. The 6-foot-5, 220 pound forward has emerged as a prospect for the upcoming NFL Draft. The ACC Digital Network presents some of the most exciting moments from Swoope's basketball career in Coral Gables.



Jabari Parker's Draft Decision Nearing | ACC NOW

Duke's Jabari Parker is close to making an important decision, a Clemson quarterback is dismissed from the team, the ACC was well represented at the WNBA draft, plus more!


Miami Spring Game | ACC Football Highlights

Miami showed off their new uniforms at the annual Spring Football Game. Quarterback Kevin Olsen had some good plays but threw a costly interception. The defense narrowly defeated the offense 61-60 after making several huge plays, including a monster hit by linebacker Denzel Perryman.



ACC Football Spring Game Storylines | ACC NOW

It's a huge weekend for ACC football teams, seven schools will play their spring games and the ACC Digital Network gives you a few storylines for you to watch! Check it out!


ACC Baseball Weekly | Jameis Winston Stays Busy During Rain Delay

ACC Baseball Weekly goes station-to-station with all the news around the Atlantic Coast Conference. This week on ACC Baseball Weekly, ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel shows you how Jameis Winston and the Seminoles stay busy during rain delays, discusses the key storylines around the conference and gives you the walk-off stat of the week.



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About Miami

Quick Facts
Location:
Coral Gables, FL
Founded:
1925
Enrollment:
15,520
Nickname:
Hurricanes
School Colors:
Orange, Green & White
Joined the ACC:
July 1, 2004

SCORES & SCHEDULES

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Schedule information
DATE opponent results/time network
Sat Aug 31 vs FAU W 6-34 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPNU
Sat Sep 07 vs Florida W 16-21 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN
Sat Sep 21 vs Savannah State W 7-77 All Day Event Start Time TBA Bright House Sports Network (regionally)
Sat Sep 28 @ USF W 49-21 All Day Event Start Time TBA WatchESPN
Sat Oct 05 vs Georgia Tech W 30-45 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPNU
Thu Oct 17 @ North Carolina W 27-23 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN
Sat Oct 26 vs Wake Forest W 21-24 All Day Event Start Time TBA WatchESPN
Sun Nov 03 @ Florida State L 14-41 All Day Event Start Time TBA ABC
Sun Nov 10 vs Virginia Tech L 42-24 All Day Event Start Time TBA WatchESPN
Sat Nov 16 @ Duke L 30-48 All Day Event Start Time TBA WatchESPN
Sat Nov 23 vs Virginia W 26-45 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPNU
Fri Nov 29 @ Pitt W 41-31 All Day Event Start Time TBA ABC
Sat Dec 28 vs Louisville L 36-9 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN
Sat Apr 12 vs Miami 10:00 PM All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN3 (Spring Game Coverage)

Standings

Miami Football (9-4, 5-3)

 

School OVERALL/ACC

Atlantic Division

School OVERALL/ACC
1. Florida State (14-0, 8-0)
2. Clemson (11-2, 7-1)
3. Boston College (7-6, 4-4)
4. Syracuse (7-6, 4-4)
5. Maryland (7-6, 3-5)
6. Wake Forest (4-8, 2-6)
7. NC State (3-9, 0-8)

Coastal Division

School OVERALL/ACC
1. Duke (10-4, 6-2)
2. Miami (9-4, 5-3)
3. Virginia Tech (8-5, 5-3)
4. Georgia Tech (7-6, 5-3)
5. North Carolina (7-6, 4-4)
6. Pitt (7-6, 3-5)
7. Virginia (2-10, 0-8)