2013 schedule

University of Miami’s 2013 schedule released, Canes to face Pittsburgh on the road



The Atlantic Coast Conference on Friday announced the opponents and sites for the 2013 season, incorporating new members Pittsburgh and Syracuse into the now 14-team league.

As was previously announced, Pittsburgh will be part of the Coastal Division, in which the University of Miami competes; and Syracuse will be part of the Atlantic Division, in which Florida State competes.

Though the complete 2013 ACC football schedule, including specific dates, won’t be announced until early February, the following will be UM’s ACC opponents for the upcoming season (note that they are listed in alphabetical order, not in the order they will play, and that the first six opponents listed are from the Coastal and the last two are from the Atlantic): at Duke, Georgia Tech, at North Carolina, at Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech, at Florida State and Wake Forest.

Also, Miami’s nonconference opponents will be FAU, Florida, Savannah State and at South Florida.

UM’s game at home against Virginia Tech will be the second season in a row the Canes play the Hokies at Sun Life Stadium.

The Seminoles’ ACC opponents will be: at Boston College, at Clemson, Maryland, N.C. State, Syracuse, at Wake Forest, Miami and at Pittsburgh.

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