The University of South Florida has agreed to a three-game football series with the University of Miami.
It will be a while before we see this matchup though, as the series will start in September of 2025. The Bulls will play at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens that day, then come back to Tampa for a 2027 game, followed by the final game in Miami in 2028.
"We are excited to continue to add very high-level opponents with great national interest to our future football schedules," USF Vice President of Athletics Michael Kelly said. "In the next 10 years we now have six games on the schedule against Florida and Miami and our student-athletes, coaches and fans look forward to the challenge."
The Bulls and Hurricanes have played each other six times in program history, with Miami holding a 5-1 record in that time. The last time they faced off was 2013 when the Canes won 49-21 in Tampa.
USF has also recently announced a home-and-home series with Boise State. An agreement with Texas to cancel the final two games of a previously announced three-game series was also recently announced.