Alabama’s 2016 football season is over, but the Crimson Tide will be back on the schedule next year with a trip to Miami to take on the Hurricanes.
The game against the Hurricanes will mark the first time the Crimson Dukes have been played since the 2010 season, when the team was still considered a dark horse candidate for a spot in the College Football Playoff.
But this will mark a return to the national spotlight after the departure of head coach Nick Saban and offensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.
On Friday, the Crimson Bluffs announced the game will be played at Sun Life Stadium, the same venue that was home to the 2010 Crimson Tide.
The two schools have met before at SunLife, but only on the field in the last four seasons.
That game was played in 2010, but Pruitt was replaced by Scott Frost after the 2011 season.