UPDAT 9/7 5PM
The Hurricanes are 2 and 0 after an in-state showdown with the Gators.
Duke Johnson ran for a two-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter following one of Florida's five turnovers, and Miami held on to beat the Gators, 21-16, at Sun Life Stadium.
Quarterback Stephen Morris had 162 yards on 12-of-25 passing and threw a pair of first-quarter touchdowns for Miami.
The largest crowd in Sun Life Stadium history is expected for the Miami Hurricanes/Florida Gators Saturday.
Parking lots around the stadium opened for tailgating at 6:30 a.m.
The Miami Hurricanes take on the visiting Florida Gators at noon, in an in-state matchup that's expected to draw the highest number of fans in the history of the stadium.
Miami brought in an extra 1,300 seats to accommodate more people, with the expected capacity now at 76,854.
Pre-paid parking has been sold out for days, and cash lots are expected to fill up quickly throughout the morning.
Fans heading to Sun Life should remember the National Football League's bag policy applies there, since it is the Miami Dolphins' home stadium.
That means clear bags no bigger than 12" x 12" x 6" and small purses about the size of one's hand are the only items allowed into the stadium.