Photos, videos: Miami Hurricanes arrive in Charlotte for ACC Championship

Miami freshmen Derrick Smith, Mike Harley, N’Kosi Perry, Trajan Bandy and Jeff Thomas pose for a photo Friday, the day before the ACC Championship at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Miami spent part of Friday afternoon touring their new surroundings: Bank of America Stadium, home of the NFL’s Carolina Panthers and site of the ACC Championship (8 p.m. Saturday, ABC).

Video of Miami’s arrival at Bank of America Stadium

Video of Miami’s walk-through

Photos of Miami’s walk-through

Cornerback Trajan Bandy (left) greets former UM cornerback Corn Elder, of the Carolina Panthers.

UM freshmen Jonathan Garvin, DJ Johnson, Navaughn Donaldson, Amari Carter and Jon Ford. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Freshmen throw up the ‘U’. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Hurricanes defensive end Joe Jackson poses for a photo. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

North Carolina native Braxton Berrios chats with an old friend. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, a former Hurricane, talks with Mark Richt. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Mark Richt checks out the scene. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

UM tight ends coach Todd Hartley embraces sophomore Michael Irvin II, who will start Saturday in place of the injured Chris Herndon. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

UM kicker Michael Badgley (right) smiles for the camera. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Miami young guns: freshmen Derrick Smith, Mike Harley, N’Kosi Perry, Trajan Bandy and Jeff Thomas. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Hurricanes Darrell Langham (center, left) and Bar Milo (center, right) take in the scene. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Miami coach Mark Richt and Clemson’s Dabo Swinney pose for a photo with the ACC Championship trophy. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

A panoramic view from midfield at Bank of America Stadium. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Former Hurricanes cornerback Corn Elder, now with the Carolina Panthers. (Matt Porter/The Palm Beach Post)

Mark Richt’s pregame press conference 

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