Miami football 2020 is about to happen

MIAMI, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 05: (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
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We’re going with number 15 (Jaelan Phillips). Our personal tailgating experience is a little bit different than most so this year will be having all of our games catered.

This is a very odd feeling to watch games on TV that are being played in our house, Hard Rock Stadium.

I haven’t missed a home game since the Clemson blowout in 2015 and never planned that being offered the decision of whether to go or not the ultimate choice would be to stay home. I’m curious what other people are thinking with regards to how they feel about going to a stadium?

I think it’s safe to assume that most reasonable precautions are going to take place and even taking these precautions there is still some element of risk. Is it worth it? This is arguably the best team we fielded in several years but certainly not the easiest schedule. There are a lot of difficult games that must be won by the Canes.

It’s unfortunate that we didn’t get a shot at playing Notre Dame. It would be interesting to see how the rest of the Fanbase feels about attending home games?

dark. Next. ACC announces football schedule but will Miami play?

This should be a good season for Miami which may not translate into much in 2020. It certainly will go far away towards securing some high-quality recruits going forward.