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Duke Blue Devils vs. Miami Hurricanes

The Duke Blue Devils (4-0) will begin their ACC schedule on the road with a trip to face the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday. The Hurricanes enter with a 2-2 mark on the young season, including an opening loss to conference foe Louisville.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here

TV coverage: ESPN2

Radio: For a list of Duke affiliates, click here. For a list of Miami affiliates, click here

Season Recap


Week 4: Duke 47, Tulane 13

The Blue Devils cruised to their fourth consecutive win in Week 4 by forcing five turnovers from visiting Tulane, including two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns. The Blue Devils rushed for 256 yards in the game, led by Thomas Sirk with 94 yards on five carries and Shaun Wilson with 70 yards on seven carries.

Week 3: Duke 41, Kansas 3

Shaun Wilson rushed for 245 yards on just 12 carries, including touchdown runs of 69, 68 and 45 yards. As a team, the Blue Devils rushed for 331 yards, outgaining Kansas 511 to 297 on the day. Duke did not commit a turnover while forcing two by the visiting Jayhawks. 

Week 2: Duke 34, Troy 17

Quarterback Anthony Boone threw for 268 yards and a touchdown, completing 27 of his 41 pass attempts to lead the Blue Devils to victory. Boone also led the team in rushing with 47 yards and two touchdowns, and his play allowed Duke to win the time of possession battle in a runaway win.

Week 1: Duke 52, Elon 13

In the season opener, the Blue Devils amassed 567 yards of total offense on the way to 52 points. Anthony Boone threw for 247 yards and four touchdowns before exiting early. Duke combined to rush for 275 yards on only 44 carries for a 6.3 yards per carry average. 


Week 4: Nebraska 41, Miami 31

The Hurricanes had trouble stopping the run in Week 4, as they allowed 343 rushing yards to Nebraska, including 229 to running back Ameer Abdullah and 96 to quarterback Tommy Armstrong, Jr. Miami churned out 435 yards of total offense, including 359 passing yards from quarterback Brad Kaaya, but the Hurricanes turned the ball over three times and never led in the second half. 

Week 3: Miami 41, Arkansas State 20

Wide receiver Phillip Dorsett caught four passes for 201 yards, two of them for touchdowns. Quarterback Brad Kaaya netted 342 passing yards, including additional scores to Clive Walford and Braxton Berrios, and the 'Canes outgained Arkansas State by more than 150 yards of total offense. 

Week 2: Miami 41, Florida A&M 7

Miami's defense allowed only 114 yards of total offense to Florida A&M, including 25 rushing yards. The Hurricanes also forced two turnovers that led to scores. Running back Duke Johnson gained 97 yards on nine carries, including a 55-yard touchdown.

Week 1: Louisville 31, Miami 13

In the team's ACC opener at Louisville, the Hurricanes turned the ball over three times while failing to muster even 250 yards of total offense. Defensively, Miami was unable to slow the combination of quarterback Will Gardner and running back Dominique Brown. Louisville dominated in time of possession, and Miami was never able to grab the lead throughout the 60-minute contest.

- Brad Rowland