Spartans Announce Football Series With Miami
In April 2009, Michigan State announced home-and-home series with West Virginia (2014-15) and Alabama (2016-17) as well as the extension of its series with Notre Dame through the 2031 season, with two-year breaks in 2014-15, 2020-21 and 2026-27.
"To be the best, you have to play against the best, and over the last 30 years, Miami has been one of the marquee names in college football," Hollis said. "With the second two-year break in the Notre Dame series, it created this opportunity to schedule a home-and-home with a program like Miami that certainly has great national appeal.
"With teams like Notre Dame, West Virginia, Alabama and Miami on our future schedules, you'll be hard-pressed to find a team in the country that will play a tougher non-conference slate. Our fans can look forward to a lot of special Saturdays in Spartan Stadium, as we bring the top programs in college football to our state."
The Hurricanes lead the all-time series against Michigan State, 4-0, but the two teams haven't met since the 1989 season. Michigan State has compiled an 11-16-2 record (.414) against current members of the Atlantic Coast Conference (1-4-1 vs. Boston College, 0-2 vs. Florida State, 0-3 vs. Georgia Tech, 4-1 vs. Maryland, 0-4 vs. Miami, 2-1 vs. North Carolina and 4-1-1 vs. N.C. State).
(source - msuspartans.com)