By TalkingSport Staff The Miami Hurricanes will return to action next year, but the schedule isn’t set in stone yet.
The Hurricanes will play nine games in the regular season with a home finale against Michigan State on Sept. 10.
Two of those games are scheduled for noon and 6 p.m.
ET, with the other three being on Saturday, Sept. 16.
Three of the games are played at home, including the Sept. 29 game against Washington State.
There are seven home games on the schedule for the Hurricanes, and they are slated to play four of those in the fall: against Texas A&M, at UCLA, at Arizona State, and against Texas Tech.
But the Hurricanes are looking for a bigger win this season and will need a big win on Sept 15 if they want to stay undefeated in the Pac-12.
That means the next game will be a matchup with Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl.
With four wins in a row, the Hurricanes could have their best season yet, but there are still questions about how the schedule will look in the years to come.
Miami, of course, was the first ACC team to qualify for the BCS bowl and is set to play the No. 2 team in the country in 2019.
We can’t wait for 2018.
Here’s everything we know about the 2018 schedule so far.
Sept. 9 Miami at Michigan State Sept 11 Michigan State at Miami Sept 14 Michigan vs. Miami Sep 18 Miami vs. Arizona State Sep 23 Miami and Arizona State at Virginia Tech Oct. 5 Michigan at Miami (OH) Oct 12 Miami versus Stanford Oct 19 Michigan and Stanford at Ohio State Oct 27 Michigan over Stanford Nov. 4 Michigan against Arizona State Nov. 11 Miami against Oklahoma Nov 18 Michigan versus Oklahoma Dec. 1 Michigan beats Washington State Dec 31 Miami beats Notre Dame Feb. 6 Michigan-Arizona State rematch Mar. 8 Miami-Michigan State rematch