- This event has passed.
Miami vs Louisville Live | Stream Free NCAA 2020 Full Game On HD
September 19, 2020
Miami vs Louisville Live Stream: They played a game they are hoping to forget as they lost a 55-3 blowout to the BYU Cougars last week. Navy was down 48-3 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from.
Campbell missed a PAT kick in the first quarter against the Georgia Southern Eagles on Saturday, and it came back to haunt them. Campbell and Georgia Southern were almost perfectly matched up, but Campbell suffered an agonizing 27-26 loss. QB Hajj-Malik Williams put forth a good effort for the losing side as he passed for two TDs and 237 yards on 27 attempts in addition to rushing for one TD and 73 yards.
The Chanticleers had to travel to play their first game of the season, and the final result was worth the trip. They had enough points to win and then some against the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday, taking their matchup 38-23. Coastal Carolina’s QB Grayson McCall was on fire, passing for three TDs and 133 yards on 18 attempts in addition to rushing for two TDs and 73 yards. McCall’s longest connection was to WR Jaivon Heiligh for 43 yards in the second quarter.
The Fighting Camels were pulverized by Coastal Carolina 58-21 when the teams previously met two seasons ago. Can Campbell avenge their loss, or is history doomed to repeat itself? We’ll soon find out.The South Florida Bulls fans better hope the squad plays one heck of a game on Saturday as the odds are decidedly against them. They will head out on the road to face off against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at 2:30 p.m. ET at Notre Dame Stadium.
The Bulls gave their fans exactly what they wanted out of a home opener on Saturday. Everything went their way against the Citadel Bulldogs as they made off with a 27-6 victory. South Florida’s WR Kelley Joiner Jr. was one of the most active players for the squad, punching in one rushing touchdown.
Meanwhile, Notre Dame was able to grind out a solid win over the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday, winning 27-13. Notre Dame’s RB Kyren Williams was on fire, rushing for two TDs and 112 yards on 19 carries. QB Ian Book’s longest connection was to Williams for 75 yards in the second quarter.
Their wins lifted both teams to an identical 1-0. Watch the matchup and check back on CBS Sports to find out who keeps up the positive energy and who hits a stumbling block.The NC State Wolfpack haven’t won a game against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons since Oct. 1 of 2016, but they’ll be looking to end the drought on Saturday. The Wolfpack will face off against Wake Forest at 8 p.m. ET at Carter-Finley Stadium. Last year was nothing to brag about for NC State (4-8), so the team is looking forward to a new start. The Demon Deacons were 8-5 last season and are coming off of a 37-13 defeat against the Clemson Tigers on Saturday.
Two last-season offensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: NC State was 14th worst when it came to overall offensive touchdowns last year, with the squad coming up with only 28 overall (bottom 90%). To make matters even worse for NC State, Wake Forest was 15th best in the nation (top 12%) in yards per game, finishing the 2019 season with 464 on average.
The neutral point spread forecasts a close one for these two. We’ll see if the game is as close as the oddsmakers expect or if one of these teams has a surprise blowout in them.The No. 25-ranked Pittsburgh Panthers will host the Syracuse Orange in their first conference game at Heinz Field on Saturday afternoon. Last week Pitt’s offense unleashed 456 total yards on Austin Peay in a 55-0 shellacking and will look to continue rolling along against Syracuse. The Orange are coming off their own loss against North Carolina, 31-6.
Will Syracuse be able to stop the Pitt Panther train when the show up to Heinz Field? Here is everything you need to know to catch the college football action today.The Tulane Green Wave are 1-4 against the Navy Midshipmen since October of 2015, but they’ll have a chance to close the gap a little bit on Saturday. Tulane and Navy will face off in an American Athletic battle at noon ET at Benson Field at Yulman Stadium. The Green Wave will be seeking to avenge the 41-38 loss they suffered the last time these two teams played Oct. 26 of last year.
Tulane had to travel to play their first game of the season, and the final result was worth the trip. They had just enough and edged out the South Alabama Jaguars 27-24. The overall outcome was to be expected, but South Alabama made it more of a contest than the oddsmakers had predicted. Among those leading the charge for Tulane was RB Tyjae Spears, who picked up 105 yards on the ground on 11 carries.
The Green Wave’s defense was a presence as well, as it got past the Jaguars’ offensive line to sack the quarterback five times for a loss of 45 yards. The heavy lifting was done by DE Cameron Sample and DE Patrick Johnson, who each racked up two sacks.
Meanwhile, the Midshipmen couldn’t capitalize on their home-field advantage in their season opener. They played a game they are hoping to forget as they lost a 55-3 blowout to the BYU Cougars last week. Navy was down 48-3 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from.
Tulane’s win lifted them to 1-0 while Navy’s defeat dropped them down to 0-1. We’ll see if the Green Wave can repeat their recent success or if Navy bounces back and reverse their fortune.The maximum number of contests was reduced by four, given that the season will start 15 days later than originally scheduled. In men’s basketball, teams can schedule 24 regular-season games and participate in one multiple-team event that includes up to three games; 25 regular-season games and participate in one multiple-team event that includes up to two games; or 25 regular-season games if a team does not participate in a multiple-team event.
In women’s basketball, teams can schedule 23 regular-season games and participate in one multiple-team event that includes up to four games or schedule 25 regular-season games if a team does not compete in a multiple-team event.
Teams will meet sport sponsorship requirements and be considered for NCAA championship selection if they play 13 games, which represents a 50 percent reduction of the current minimum. For NCAA championship consideration, all 13 games must be against another Division I opponent. The Division I Men’s Basketball and Division I Women’s Basketball committees also recommended teams play a minimum of four nonconference games.
“The new season start date near the Thanksgiving holiday provides the optimal opportunity to successfully launch the basketball season,” said NCAA Senior Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt. “It is a grand compromise of sorts and a unified approach that focuses on the health and safety of student-athletes competing towards the 2021 Division I basketball championships.”
Programs can begin preseason practice on Oct. 14 and will have 42 days to conduct a maximum of 30 practices. During this time, players can work out up to 20 hours per week, four hours per day, and must have one day off per week. This model is generally consistent with the normal preseason practice period but permits additional flexibility for all teams to begin full practice on Oct. 14, regardless of when their first scheduled game occurs.
Council members also approved a transition practice period between current out-of-season activities and preseason practice. This transition period is designed to provide additional time for players to prepare for the upcoming season based on the mental and physical challenges basketball players are facing as a result of the pandemic. The transition period will occur Sept. 21-Oct. 13, and teams may participate in strength and conditioning activities, sport-related meetings and skill instruction for up to 12 hours a week, with an eight-hour limit on skill instruction. Players must have two days off per week during the transition period.
While the waiver process exists for schools to request to play games prior to the Nov. 25 start date, the Division I Men’s Basketball Oversight Committee and Division I Women’s Basketball Oversight Committee have indicated they are unlikely to support such waivers.