Pregame live: No. 3 Miami Hurricanes vs. Virginia Cavaliers
Hard Rock Stadium (Richard Graulich/The Palm Beach Post)
[Previewing Miami-Virginia, score prediction]
[Commentary: Senior class restored ‘U’ shine]
What to know before the third-ranked Hurricanes (9-0, 6-0 ACC) host Virginia (6-3, 3-3) in the last regular-season game at Hard Rock Stadium this season. Keep it locked here for updates in advance of kickoff (noon, ABC):
Click here for live updates from Miami-Virginia.
Below are the pregame updates:
At 9:30 a.m., 78 degrees and sunny at Hard Rock Stadium. High of 81 expected, with clear skies, a light breeze (5 to 10 mph) out of the east. No rain expected.
Basically, the kind of day that makes your out-of-state friends and family jealous.
Miami opened as a 17-point favorite, and the line had settled to 19.5 by Saturday morning, per VegasInsider. The over/under is 49.
In addition to the preview and game-day column at the top of this post, here’s more Miami-Virginia week coverage:
[Rosier played vs. ND after father had stroke]
[Charting the Canes: analyzing Notre Dame numbers]
[Fiery words from Mark Richt got offense going]
[‘Overwhelming’ response: Miami-Clemson sold out]
[Turnover Chain rattling opponents?]
[Jaquan Johnson up for national POY award]
[Canes ranked No. 3, behind No. 2 Clemson]
[As bandwagon fills, Miami Hurricanes try to keep their edge]
[Comments from Richt on Tuesday]
[Manny Diaz’ father living a dream]
[Even Virginia’s coach likes the Turnover Chain]
[Canes at Hard Rock is the best party in town]
[LB Perry out for year; day-after injury updates]
[Miami a big favorite over Virginia]
[Three Canes honored; Pitt game time is set]
[Assessing Miami’s spot in the Playoff picture]
[Miami is receiving first-place votes in the polls]
[Upperclassmen earned right to clap back at critics]