The Miami football team is ranked 33rd in the Associated Press Media Poll and 32nd in the USA Today Coaches polls released on Tuesday. Texas A&M who Miami hosts on Saturday is ranked 23rd in both polls. A win on Saturday over Texas A&M should move Miami into the top 25 next week.
Miami received four points in the AP Top 25. Clemson plummeted 16 spots to 25th with 141 points in the AP Top 25. Miami received 22 points in the USA Today Coaches Poll. Colorado vaulted into the Top 25. The Buffaloes are ranked 25th with 161 points after upsetting TCU who was ranked 16th in the preseason poll.
Miami is the sixth-highest-ranked ACC team in the AP Poll. Florida State moved up four spots to fourth after their 45-24 win over LSU on Sunday. North Carolina is ranked 17th in the AP Poll, Duke is 21st, Clemson as stated above 25th, Pittsburgh is 31st, North Carolina State is 34th and Louisville is tied for 40th.
Florida State moved up three spots to fifth in the USA Today Coaches Poll. North Carolina moved up four spots to 16th. Clemson fell 12 spots in the Coaches poll to 21st and Duke is 24th. Other ACC teams in the Coaches Poll are 27th-ranked Pittsburgh, North Carolina State 39th, Wake Forest 43rd and Louisville tied for 53rd.
Among the teams in the top 25 and those who received votes, Miami will play at North Carolina on October 14, versus Clemson on October 21, at North Carolina State on November 4, at Florida State on November 11 and versus Louisville on November 18 in addition to hosting Texas A&M on Saturday.
Miami will not play former ACC Coastal Division rivals Duke or Pittsburgh this season unless they meet in the conference championship game in Charlotte. The 2023 Miami football schedule is extremely backloaded. Texas A&M is the only Miami opponent in the first five weeks ranked or receiving votes this week.