Report: Miami Hurricanes finalizing series with Texas A&M

The Hurricanes will reportedly play at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas in the future. (Getty Images)

The Hurricanes will reportedly play at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas in the future. (Getty Images)

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According to the Miami Herald, the Hurricanes are close to a deal with Texas A&M for a home-and-home series in 2022 and 2023.

Miami has played Texas A&M three times, most recently in a home-and-home series in 2007-08. The Hurrricanes won both games, routing the Aggies in College Station in 2008. The other meeting came in 1944, and was one of the most lopsided losses in UM history (70-14).

Should the sides agree, UM would have one big-name non-conference game lined up in each of the next seven years.

The Hurricanes, who played at Notre Dame this year, will welcome the Fighting Irish to Hard Rock Stadium on Nov. 11, 2017.

UM kicks off 2018 against LSU in Arlington, Texas, and 2019 against Florida in Orlando.

Miami also has a home-and-home with Michigan State (in East Lansing, Mich. on Sept. 26, 2020; in Miami Gardens on Sept. 18, 2021).

UM’s non-conference opponents next season include Arkansas State (in Jonesboro, Ark. on Sept. 9) and Toledo (at home on Sept. 23).

Miami will play future non-conference games against Toledo (road, 2018), FIU (home, 2018; road, 2019), Rutgers (home, 2019; road, TBA), Appalachian State (home, 2021) and another rendevous with the Irish (road, 2024; home, 2025).

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