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September 23 at 8:00 am5:00 pm EDT

College Football Reddit Free Live Stream Online NCAA 2020: Tyrrell Pigrome tossed a 12-yard TD to Mitchell Tinsley and finished with 129 yards passing in his WKU debut after transferring from Maryland. Omari Alexander blocked a Logan Lupo punt to set up Malik Staples’ 1-yard TD for another Hilltoppers score.

 

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Without the traditional division format this season, it’s really anyone’s guess who ends up as the No. 2 team in the regular season to earn that bid in the ACC title game. Both of these teams are looking to take huge steps forward in 2020 with stars at quarterback in D’Eriq King and Micale Cunningham. If either can get hot during this unusual season, a trip to Charlotte in December is not out of the question.

Both Miami and Louisville looked solid in their season-opening wins against Conference USA opponents, with the Hurricanes taking down UAB last Thursday and the Cardinals running past in-state rival Western Kentucky on Saturday night. With their lone nonconference game out of the way, their 10-game ACC schedules kick off this week with one of the toughest opponents they’ll each have to face all season.

Storylines

Miami: The Hurricanes’ 52-27 win against Louisville was an outlier in the 2019 season. Miami scored 30 or more points just one other time against FBS competition, and that was a 42-35 loss to Virginia Tech. The Cardinals made a ton of mistakes and Jarren Williams made them pay with six touchdown passes in the rout, and for the moment it seemed like Miami’s offense had turned a corner. But the result proved to be a mirage with losses to FIU, Duke and Louisiana Tech before Manny Diaz decided to make a change at offensive coordinator and hit the transfer portal for a new option under center.

Enter Rhett Lashlee and his up-tempo attack with D’Eriq King leading the way, and the initial results against a solid UAB defensive front were encouraging. The Hurricanes totaled 337 rushing yards on 52 attempts (6.5 yards per carry) with three touchdowns and controlled the game by pushing the tempo and highlighting their athleticism at the skill positions. So far so good, but the offensive line still has some work to do before this new-look unit is ready to hold up its end of the bargain in making Miami an ACC title contender.

Louisville: Quarterback Micale Cunningham is on his way to being one of the most overlooked and underrated stars in this league. We throw blanket praise over the Cardinals offense because of their many weapons, from running back Javian Hawkins to wide receivers Tutu Atwell and Dez Fitzpatrick, but Cunningham is more than a bus driver who gets the ball to the playmakers on time. Cunningham is budding into a dynamic playmaker in his own right, and his ability to stress defenses with the vertical passing game is going to be a headache for opposing defensive coordinators all season. Much will be made of King and his journey to becoming the Hurricanes starter, but it’s possible the best quarterback in this game is on the other sideline. Miami and No. 18 Louisville face off Saturday night in the weekend’s lone battle between ranked teams, making it Saturday’s marquee matchup for college football on ESPN.

 

Both Miami and Louisville looked solid in their season-opening wins against Conference USA opponents, with the Hurricanes taking down UAB last Thursday and the Cardinals running past in-state rival Western Kentucky on Saturday night.The Hurricanes defeated Louisville last season 52-27. Miami scored 30 or more points just one other time against FBS competition last year, and that was a 42-35 loss to Virginia Tech. The Cardinals made a ton of mistakes during the last matchup and Jarren Williams made them pay with six touchdown passes.

Saturday afternoon’s game will air on ABC via your TV provider. You can watch the game online for free by signing up for a free trial of fuboTV or Sling. The fuboTV trial lasts for seven days while the Sling trial lasts for three days.The 2020 college football season continues on Saturday, September 19, 2020 (9/19/20) at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida.Micale Cunningham accounted for four touchdowns and passed for a career-high 343 yards, helping Louisville overcome a mistake-prone start to roll past Western Kentucky 35-21 in Saturday night’s season opener for both schools.

Cunningham completed 19 of 34 passes with TDs of 28, 2 and 70 yards to surpass his previous yardage best of 288 last season against Boston College. The junior quarterback also rushed for a 14-yard score after hitting tight end Ean Pfeifer with his first TD pass that tied the game at 7.

Dez Fitzpatrick had a 70-yard TD among four receptions for 110 yards. Sophomore Braden Smith also had four catches for 110 yards, including a 63-yarder that set up Cunningham’s first TD pass on the next play.

Louisville coach Scott Satterfield credited Cunningham’s success to his receivers’ getting open, and the QB agreed.“We knew coming into this game a lot of guys would have to make some plays,” Cunningham said. “We knew they would try to take (leading receiver) Tutu (Atwell) away and they did a pretty good job of that. Dez, Braden and Justin Marshall made some plays for us on the outside.

“When they take away our No. 1 guy, some other guys got to step up and they did tonight. That was good to see.”

A fumbled punt snap on Louisville’s opening possession resulted in Gaej Walker’s 1-yard TD run for WKU. Louisville regrouped to score on four of the next five drives as Javian Hawkins rushed for a 19-yard TD and Marshon Ford caught a TD pass to make it 28-7. The Cardinals outgained the Hilltoppers 487-248, including 337-120 by halftime on the way to winning their 12th consecutive series meeting.

“We didn’t start out great,” Satterfield said, “but guys kept their composure and then we had a great second quarter. We also got a lot of things we’ve got to work on to get better, but I thought our defense came out and played outstanding tonight.”

“We just didn’t execute,” said Staples, who transferred from Louisville. “The plays are there, everything’s written up right. We’ve just got a lack of execution. I think we beat ourselves.”

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September 23
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8:00 am – 5:00 pm