Miami Hurricanes Boca Raton Tickets
The “Power Five” conference team, the Hurricanes are about to kick start a spectacular football season this September. The franchise, led by head coach Al Golden, will open up the 2015 college football season with a home game against the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats on September 5. The Canes will then take to the road to face the Florida Atlantic Owls at the latter's home field for the second time in history. The two sides last met at the Sun Life Stadium in 2013 when the UM beat the FAU 34-6. The teams are now slated for another faceoff that is scheduled for September at Boca Raton. A sizeable number of the Miami Hurricanes Boca Raton tickets have been sold as the game continues to generate enormous buzz.
With the start of their second season in Conference USA, the Owls have made considerable improvements in their on-field play with a better recruiting plan. The team has coach Charlie Partridge, a South Florida native committed to take FAU back to its glory days. The Owls ended 2014 with a 3-9 score under Partridge and even has a new on-campus stadium since 2011. Although many believe that the Hurricanes are a relatively tougher team, the Owls have ascended the ranks at Division I quite intelligently. The franchise will play against the Canes in a three-game series arranged between the schools and fans full of intrigue will definitely buy their Miami Hurricanes Boca Raton tickets. The calendar shows the matchup to be held on September 11 at the FAU Stadium so make sure you're there before the excitement begins.
Bringing Back the Glory
“The U” have always been formidable title contenders for college football. With names like Duke Johnson and Ereck Flowers, to defeat the Canes wasn't a piece of cake. The franchise has been one of the top contributors to the NFL which makes the Canes even more proud of their name. However, the frequent shifts to NFL mean the team has to look for alternate players. The Hurricanes have finally been successful in snagging some talented athletes like Trayone Gray and Mark Walton that are expected to do well.