They don’t call The U the Hurricanes for nothing, once Matthew clears, Miami will take the field.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
wow how many will watch this?
Pingback: If ‘War on I-4’ is ever to prosper, scheduling must be better – Brian's Sports Blog
This match-up makes me happy!
Agreed! As a jacket fan in Tampa, I will definetly be at this game, as well as the USF game. (2022)
Well I’m a Noles fan but I also support UCF and wish that program nothing but the best. I love how they’re scheduling tough ooc games at least having two power 5 teams on their schedule and now they have 3 for 2017, that’s awesome. Georgia Tech is a really good program and for the life of me I don’t understand why they get underestimated all the time especially when everyone seems to hold Georgia in high regards and Georgia Tech has been giving them issues, if not winning. If George O’leary can keep up the great job he’s doing down there in Orlando this should be a really exciting match-up! Go ACC!!!
George O’Leary will be coaching against a team he used to coach for, assuming he is still the coach then.
As an alumnus of both schools, I am so pleased with this series. There are a lot similarities between the two schools in their personality, academic focus, and athletic programs. UCF began as the Florida Technological University. I am also pleased that the Jackets are playing in Orlando. They will find a proud and confident university; another way that UCF is similar to Georgia Tech. Go Jackets, Go Knights!