Miami football vs. Texas AM: week two game information

Sep 17, 2022; College Station, Texas, USA; Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 17, 2022; College Station, Texas, USA; Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /
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The Miami football program has a huge test on Saturday when they host Texas A&M. Miami defeated Miami (Ohio) 38-3 in its season opener last week. Texas A&M won its season opener 52-10 versus New Mexico. Texas A&M defeated Miami 17-9 at Kyle Field in College Station in 2022.

Saturday is the biggest non-conference home game for the Miami football team since a 41-8 win versus Notre Dame in 2017. Although Miami is unranked entering the game versus Texas A&M, the Hurricanes and Aggies are one of the most intruiging contests on a day full of marque non-conference matchups.

Saturday is the fifth meeting between Miami and Texas A&M. Each team has previously won twice. This is the first time Miami is hosting Texas A&M since a 34-17 win versus the Aggies in 2007. Miami swept the home and home in 2008. Texas A&M defeated Miami 70-14 in the programs’ first meeting in 1944.

Miami and Texas A&M had significant changes during the 2023 offseason. The Hurricanes have 41 new players and seven new assistant coaches. Texas A&M signed 19 players in their 2023 class, added 15 transfers to its roster and added former Arkansas and Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino as offensive coordinator.

Miami football versus Texas A&M: Game information

Saturday, September 9, 2023, 3:30 PM ET | ABC
Miami Gardens, Fla., Hard Rock Stadium (65,326)

GAME TWO

#25/#23 TEXAS A&M AGGIES (1-0, 0-0 SEC)
HEAD COACH: Jimbo Fisher (Samford, 1989) | CAREER: 123-44 (14th season) | AT TEXAS A&M: 40-21 (sixth)

MIAMI HURRICANES (1-0, 0-0 ACC)
HEAD COACH: Mario Cristobal (Miami, 1993) | CAREER: 68-67 (12th season) | AT MIAMI: 6-7 (second)

Broadcast information

Television (ABC)
• Joe Tessitore (play by play)
• Jesse Palmer (color)
• Katie George (sideline)

Flagship Radio (560 WQAM)
• Joe Zagacki (play-by-play)
• Don Bailey, Jr. (color)
• Josh Darrow (sideline)

Spanish Radio (americaradio 1260)
• Alfredo Alvarez (play-by-play)
• Jose Martinez (color)

The Miami-Texas A&M game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.

Information courtesy of MiamiHurricanes.com

Saturday afternoon Miami Gardens weather forecast

Feels Like 99°, Wind SE 9 mph, Humidity 57%, UV Index6 of 11, Cloud Cover 50%, Rain Amount 0 in

Courtesy of The Weather Channel

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Saturday is a big barometer for Miami and Texas A&M. There will be praise for the winner being back and overaction for the team that loses on Saturday. Miami has a long losing streak versus non-conference Power Five and SEC teams. Texas A&M has lost six straight road games dating back to the 2021 season.