Cincinnati vs. Miami (FL): Game time, live stream, TV coverage
Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Miami (FL) Hurricanes
This Saturday we get an AAC-ACC matchup as the 2-2 Cincinnati Bearcats head south to take on the 3-3 Miami Hurricanes. Both teams are coming off losses last week, with Cincinnati falling to Memphis and Miami losing to division rival Georgia Tech.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: ESPN Gameplan
Oct. 4: Georgia Tech 28, Miami 17
It was Miami's first loss to Georgia Tech since 2008. Quarterback Brad Kaaya completed passes to eight different receivers for the third straight week. Defensive lineman Olsen Pierre led the team in tackles with 10, a career high.
Sept. 27: Miami 22, Duke 10
The Hurricanes allowed just 264 yards of total offense to the Blue Devils and forced three turnovers. Brad Kaaya threw for 223 yards and two touchdowns and didn't throw an interception for the first time in his career. Defensive back Antonio Crawford recorded the first sack of his career.
Sept. 20: Nebraska 41, Miami 31
Miami was gashed by Nebraska on the ground. Cornhuskers running back Ameer Abdullah had 229 yards on 35 carries and two touchdowns. Brad Kaaya finished the game with a career-high 359 passing yards for Miami. Kicker Michael Badgley had his first field goal of the season, a 34-yard kick in the third quarter.
Sept. 13: Miami 41, Arkansas State 20
Miami wide receiver Phillip Dorsett tallied 201 receiving yards on just four catches, including two long touchdowns. It was just the third time in program history a player had 200 receiving yards or more. Brad Kaaya threw for 342 yards, the most for a true freshman quarterback in program history.
Sept. 6: Miami 41, Florida A&M 7
Florida A&M had just 114 yards of total offense, with 89 passing yards and 25 rushing yards for the game. Offensively, the Hurricanes were paced by two touchdowns from Phillip Dorsett and nine carries for 97 yards a touchdown from running back Duke Johnson. Johnson became the ninth player in team history to have over 2,000 career rushing yards.
Sept. 1: Louisville 31, Miami 13
Miami turned it over three times and had and seven penalties in the game. Duke Johnson gained 90 rushing yards on 20 carries, but Brad Kaaya was limited to just 17-of-29 passing for 174 yards and two interceptions in his first start.
Oct. 4: Memphis 41, Cincinnati 14
Cincinnati dropped its second straight game and gave up 40 points for the second consecutive game for the first time since 2009. Quarterback Gunner Kiel threw for 216 yards with one touchdown and one interception before getting injured. The defense yielded 610 yards to the Tigers.
Sept. 27: Ohio State 50, Cincinnati 28
Gunner Kiel threw for 352 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions. Wide receiver Chris Moore torched the Buckeye defense for 221 yards on three catches, all of which went for touchdowns. But Cincinnati allowed 710 yards to Ohio State, and the Buckeyes prevailed.
Sept. 20: Cincinnati 31, Miami (OH) 24
Cincinnati defeated Miami for the ninth straight time to retain the Victory Bell. Twelve receivers caught a pass for the Bearcats. Linebacker Jeff Luc had a career-high 18 tackles.
Sept. 12: Cincinnati 58, Toledo 34
Due to scheduling issues, the Bearcats had two byes to open the season. Gunner Kiel threw for 418 yards and six touchdowns in his debut. The Bearcats snapped a three-game losing streak to the Rockets.