An aerial view of the Miami Orange Bowl. The stadium, which has been home to the Hurricanes since 1937, holds over 74,000 for football.
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Miami fans were not shy about expressing their feelings during a game against Florida State last September.
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Back in 1992, when NOT jokes were still in style, these Miami fans had some fun at the expense of FSU.
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Miami fans looked ahead to a Fiesta Bowl match-up against Ohio State after the Hurricanes defeated Virginia Tech, 56-45, in December 2002.
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Ex-Miami linebacker Willie Williams scrawled his autograph for fans after a 52-7 victory over Duke last October.
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Miami fans let loose during the Hurricanes' 45-31 win over North Carolina State in October, 2004.
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Fans arrived at the Orange Bowl primed for the 2004 ACC Championship game between Miami and Virginia Tech.
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Ken Dorsey held the national championship trophy as he rode through Miami with teammate Ed Reed during the January 2002 parade in their honor. The Hurricanes were treated to a ticker-tape parade as thousands of fans celebrated their win and undefeated season.
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Miami quarterback Ken Dorsey signed autographs for fans who came out to watch the Hurricanes scrimmage at the Miami campus in August, 2002.
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Miami fans celebrated during a 41-16 trouncing of Florida at Florida Field in Gainesville, in Septermber 2002.
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Miami fans gave their vocal cords a workout during a game against Florida State last September.
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This Hurricanes fan can't wait for the Sugar Bowl.
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Miami fans were not shy about expressing their feelings during a game against Ohio State.
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