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Miami Hurricanes Kids 4-7 Charger Football JerseyThe Miami Hurricanes Football 2008 season is coming near. A new beginning to Canes Football. The Canes welcome a new home ground in 2008. They’ve moved from Orange Bowl into the Dolphin Stadium. The Virginia match, last year, was the farewell to Orange Bowl performance. Starting at home in 2008, their first match will be against Charleston Southern. This season opener is scheduled on August 28th, 2008.

How will the once dominant Miami Hurricanes Football program fare in 2008?

Are we to see new faces in the starting line-up? Will the upcoming 08 Class recruits see action?

How long will it take Randy Shannon to bring the Hurricanes back as one of the great football entity in NCAA?

Will they end up just like the 2007 Miami Football Season?

A new season brings in new recruits into the program. This year’s recruits have been touted as one of the best recruitment class in Miami. Is it just hype? We will have to let them prove themselves on the field where it matters. Shandel Richardson has a series of interviews with the 2008 recruits in his UM Hurricanes | Sun Sentinel Blogs. Among those he interviewed include Tommy Streeter, Joe Wylie, and Antonio Harper.

Will they rise up to the challenge and be among those who have made their names into the Tales from Miami Hurricanes Sideline?

Following is the tentative schedule of the Miami Hurricanes’ 2008 season.

( Click on an event for complete event information )
DateOpponent / EventLocationTime
08/28/08vs. Charleston SouthernMiami Gardens, Fla.TBA
09/06/08at FloridaGainesville, Fla.TBA
09/20/08at Texas A&MCollege Station, TXTBA
09/27/08vs. North Carolina *Miami Gardens, Fla.TBA
10/04/08vs. Florida State *Miami Gardens, Fla.TBA
10/11/08vs. UCFMiami Gardens, Fla.TBA
10/18/08at Duke *Durham, NCTBA
10/25/08vs. Wake Forest *Miami Gardens, Fla.TBA
11/01/08at Virginia *Charlottesville, VATBA
11/13/08vs. Virginia Tech *Miami Gardens, FlaTBA
11/20/08at Georgia Tech *Atlanta, GATBA
11/29/08at North CaRaleigh, NCTBA

Last year, Sports Reviews And Updates managed to only cover one match through out the entire 2007 season. I plan to do a little bit better this time around, if possible. The thing is, we don’t get a lot of college football coverage over on this side of the planet. Looks like I will have to rely on coverage over the internet.

Any of you have any tips on where I can get Canes match coverage on the internet? Of course, I’d prefer it to be as cheap as possible. Free would be good. Hahaha. Wonder if it’s covered in any of the stations within TVUPlayer? Is TVUPlayer still available? Holler me if you’ve got good news eh…