As is the custom of college football games, each participating school receives a free, 30-second advertising spot during the game’s broadcast.
But Miami is also at the ready to score on the school’s extensive network of social media platforms, its on website and through outreaches to alumni across the world.
“We’re teasing it in social media, many posts of which provide links to our website,” said Wagner.
“While we always have success stories on our home page and social media pages, we hope that interest from new audiences drives them to our website, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter sites to see those stories and to learn more about the high caliber people and programs at Miami,” she said.
Miami’s football squad last appeared in college bowl game in 2016, losing to Mississippi State 17 to 16 in the St. Petersburg Bowl.
According to the contract of Miami’s head coach Chuck Martin, for making it to a non-major college bowl game he will receive 8.3 percent bonus on top of his annual guaranteed salary of $522,300, or $43,350.