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Miami Hurricanes Kickoff Tonight: The Best Canes Fans on Instagram

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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another season of Miami Hurricanes football. Tonight the Canes will kick off against the pride of Boca Raton, the Florida Atlantic University Owls. The Hurricanes are 32-point favorites over the mighty Owls, so the game is not exactly expected to come down to the wire. So we won't spend too much time breaking down the contest, because -- let's be honest -- the U is gonna whoop that Owly ass. There isn't much to discuss.

Instead, we combed through the #CanesFam Instagram to give you the most adorable, hard-core, weird Hurricanes fan pics ever. Who doesn't like photos of people and animals in Miami Hurricanes regalia? What? Everyone other than Hurricanes fans? WE DON'T CARE ABOUT ANYBODY BUT THIS U!

Without further ado, here are the winners of our inaugural Instagrammys: Hurricanes Edition.

Most Adorable

Most Hard-Core

Best Food-Inspired U Pics

Best #CanesFam Selfies

Top #CanesFam Pet Pics

Best Tailgate Pics

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