No. 17 Miami will receive Florida State on Saturday. You can see the game on ABC or WatchESPN. In this section, you'll find game updates, highlights, and observations throughout the game. Follow this as you watch, with the canes at risk of a second loss.

FSU 27, Miami 7

Florida State's D.J. Matthews simply took a punt from a bounce and shot 74 yards down the left sideline for a touchdown. Here is the best summary of the game status:


This game was chippy before it even started …

… and was still chippy, how to continue:

FSU 20, Miami 7

Ricky Aguayo scored the first goal after a failed 53-yard field goal for the Noles, after Miami had failed in midfield after a 4: 3. The teams chirped a bit on their way to the locker room. They use the same tunnel to leave the field.

FSU 17, Miami 7

Deondre Francois' second touchdown pass of the game is a 17-yarder to Tamorrion Terry, who found some space in the hem. It's Terry's fifth TD catch of the year. The redshirt freshman was a real ray of hope. The Miami offense has to start soon.

1:32 to play in the first half.

FSU 10, Miami 7

The Seminoles went back with a 42-yard Ricky Aguayo field goal.

FSU 7, Miami 7

N & # 39; Kosi Perry threw Lawrence Cager a 10-yard touchdown pass to tie the game. That was a hell of a hurricane ride: 14 games, 83 yards, 7:49.

FSU 7, Miami 0

Deondre Francois & # 39; 17-yard touchdown pass to Keith Gavin opened the points. FSU went 58 yards in eight games on a leisurely but productive ride.


Miami Hurricanes No. 17 will host the Florida State Seminoles on Saturday Start at 15.30 ET on ABC (Livestreaming via WatchESPN). According to the Canes, the game will start on ESPNews as Maryland-Michigan is running long:

The season has not developed as expected for both teams. The Hurricanes beat four opponents without conceding, but lose to No. 25 LSU in week 1. It was much worse for Florida State, who is 3-2, with losses to Syracuse and then-no. 20 Virginia Tech in their opener.

The Seminoles have a very tough schedule, and the loss of Syracuse has really hurt them. They have Miami, Clemson, NC State, Notre Dame and Florida still on the plan. Miami has a relatively simple schedule left, with Virginia Tech being their lonely up and coming opponent.

Below you will find everything you need to know to see the action on Saturday.

  • Time: 3:30 in the afternoon. ET
  • Place: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida.
  • TV: ABC
  • streaming: WatchESPN
  • Opportunities: Miami opened as a 12.5-point favorite, and the line moved 0.5 points higher in some books during the week.

In the current S & P + ranking Miami occupies 18th place with 15.1 points. Florida State is at only 0.1 points on the 70th place. This would mean that Miami should have a 15-point lead on a neutral field.

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