MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) After further review, Miami's home winning streak is over.
The NCAA says that Miami's loss to Wisconsin in the Orange Bowl counts as a home loss for the Hurricanes. The game was played at Hard Rock Stadium, which has been Miami's home field for a decade.
Miami originally listed the game as a neutral-site contest. The Hurricanes were 7-0 at home in the regular season.
If there was a silver lining, it's this: The Orange Bowl crowd also counts as home attendance for Miami, and pushed the Hurricanes' total for the season at home to 469,454. That's a program record, topping the 417,233 in the 2002 season.
Miami's home opener for 2018 is Sept. 8 against Savannah State.
---
More AP college football: http://collegefootball.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-Top25

NCAAF Headlines

College Football Predictions

Thumbnail N.C. State vs. Clemson Total Pick One of the featured games this weekend when No. 3 Clemson plays host to No. 16 N.C. State on Saturday at 3:30PM ET. What will the total look...
Thumbnail Maryland vs. Iowa Prediction Will No. 19 Iowa continue its current hot streak when the Hawkeyes play host to Maryland this Saturday at Noon ET?
Thumbnail Michigan vs. Michigan St. Total Pick When bitter rivals, No. 6 Michigan and No. 24 Michigan State, collide this Saturday at Noon ET, will the points be hard to come by?
Thumbnail Mississippi State vs. LSU Total Prediction Coming off an upset win over Georgia, the LSU Tigers will be back in action on Saturday night when they host the Mississippi State Bulldogs at 7:00 p.m....
Thumbnail Colorado vs. Washington Total Prediction Two Pac-12 teams coming off losses in Week 7 will meet in Week 8 on Saturday when the Washington Huskies host the Colorado Buffaloes. Will the matchup turn...