The Miami Hurricanes (6-4) play a familiar opponent when they host the No. 9 Louisville Cardinals (9-1) on Saturday, November 18, 2023 at Hard Rock Stadium in an ACC battle.

You should head to ABC in order to watch this matchup.

When is Miami (FL) vs. Louisville and when does it start?

This contest between the Hurricanes and Cardinals will happen on Saturday, November 18, 2023. You should expect the kickoff at 12:00 PM ET.

Where to watch Miami (FL) vs. Louisville

The Hurricanes and Cardinals will take to the field at Hard Rock Stadium for this matchup on November 18, and if you’d like to see the action live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!

What channel is the game on?

You can catch this game live on ABC.

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Miami (FL) vs. Louisville Game Preview

Miami (FL) Stats & Insights

  • In their last game, the Hurricanes lost 27-20 to the Florida State Seminoles.
  • Miami (FL) ranks 37th in total offense this year (428.4 yards per game), but has been playing really well on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 19th-best in the FBS with 428.4 yards allowed per game.
  • The Hurricanes rank 47th in pass offense (255.6 passing yards per game) and 67th in pass defense (226.5 passing yards allowed per game) this season.
  • Miami (FL) owns the 50th-ranked offense this year in terms of rushing yards (172.8 per game), and has been better on the other side of the ball, ranking sixth-best with only 85.3 rushing yards allowed per game.
  • On offense, the Hurricanes rank 45th in the FBS with 30.9 points per game. Meanwhile, they rank 34th in points allowed (311.8 points allowed per contest).

Louisville Stats & Insights

  • The Hurricanes head into the matchup after losing 27-20 to the Florida State Seminoles in their last game on November 11.
  • Louisville has been dominant on the defensive side of the ball, allowing just 302.4 total yards per game (16th-best). On offense, it ranks 26th by compiling 441.0 total yards per game.
  • From an offensive standpoint, the Cardinals are compiling 251.1 passing yards per contest (51st-ranked). They rank 42nd in the FBS on defense (208.2 passing yards surrendered per game).
  • Louisville’s run defense has been paving the way for the team, as it ranks 10th-best in the FBS with 94.2 rushing yards conceded per contest. In terms of offense, it is generating 189.9 rushing yards per game, which ranks 26th.
  • The Cardinals have been keeping opposing offenses in check on defense, allowing just 17.1 points per game (13th-best). On offense, they rank 33rd by racking up 32.7 points per game.

Miami (FL) Key Players to Watch

  • Tyler Van Dyke has thrown for 2,086 yards (208.6 ypg) to lead Miami (FL), completing 66.7% of his passes and recording 16 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions this season.
  • Henry Parrish Jr.’s team-high 469 rushing yards (58.6 per game) have come on 77 carries, with four touchdowns this year.
  • This season Donald Chaney Jr. has racked up 87 carries for 464 yards (51.6 per game) and two touchdowns.
  • Jacolby George’s 707 receiving yards (70.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has 46 receptions with seven touchdowns.
  • Xavier Restrepo has reeled in 60 passes for 683 yards (75.9 yards per game) and four touchdowns this year.
  • Colbie Young’s 38 catches have yielded 499 yards (49.9 ypg) and four touchdowns.

Louisville Key Players to Watch

  • Jack Plummer leads Louisville with 2,402 passing yards (240.2 ypg) on 173-of-264 passing with 16 touchdowns compared to nine interceptions this season.
  • Jawhar Jordan’s team-high 976 rushing yards (97.6 per game) have come on 141 carries, with 11 touchdowns this year. He’s also added 14 catches for 193 yards (19.3 per game) and one touchdown.
  • This season Isaac Guerendo has rushed for 492 yards (49.2 per game) on 77 carries with seven touchdowns, while also catching 13 passes for 154 yards (15.4 per game).
  • Jamari Thrash’s 734 receiving yards (81.6 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s registered 49 receptions and six touchdowns.
  • Chris Bell has racked up 307 receiving yards (38.4 yards per game) and two touchdowns, hauling in 19 passes this year.
  • Ahmari Huggins-Bruce’s 15 receptions this season have resulted in 259 yards (32.4 ypg) and three touchdowns.

By Toffee

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