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On Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 7:30 PM EDT, the #1 Clemson Tigers face the #7 Miami Hurricanes from Memorial Stadium in Clemson, SC. The game is airing exclusively on ABC, which you can stream with a Live TV Streaming Service.
Clemson Tigers and Miami Hurricanes will be going against each other for a game in the NCAA today (October 10th, 2020, 7:30 PM EST). This fixture will be shown live on ABC (US) and played at the Clemson Memorial Stadium.
You can watch Clemson Tigers vs Miami Hurricanes Online with the following details::
Date and Time: October 10th, 2020, 7:30 PM EST
Venue: Clemson Memorial Stadium
TV: ABC (US)
Online Stream: fuboTV (free with a trial)
Clemson Tigers Preview
Clemson Tigers are No.1 currently and will be looking to maintain their aura when they face the Miami Hurricanes who are currently No.7. Tigers have been playing with the big boys for the better part of the decade. They currently have nine season with double digit victories and have played the College Football playoffs for 5 straight seasons. The Tigers have already won three games this season.They thrashed their opponents 41-23,49-0, and 37-13 respectively. This is going to be a good challenge for them. They are averaging 42.3 points per game and allowed 12 points per game. They are defensively better than their opponents. Everyone will be rooting for them to win at home.
Miami Hurricanes Preview
The Hurricanes are No.7 currently and these are the kinds of matches they would want to play. The Clemson Memorial Stadium has not had Top 10 clash between them since 2016 but Miami are going there to make that happen. Their Last victory came against FSU where they won the game convincingly at 52-10. The previous wins against Louisiana were 47-34 and UAB at 31-34. They are averaging 43.3 points per game and have allowed 19.3. Its a tough ask for them playing away but they have the potential to make it happen.
Clemson: The events of last Saturday had so much for college football fans to digest that Clemson's win against Virginia likely appeared routine and without worry or concern. After all, when eight ranked teams lose in the same day, there's enough carnage around the country to focus on without getting distracted by a 41-23 Tigers victory. But in that game, we saw evidence of a Clemson team that is still very much rounding into form and far from the final product that we expect will be competing for a national championship. The defensive line is down multiple starters and the offense is still waiting for wide receivers not named Amari Rodgers to step up and help fill the absences of Tee Higgins and Justyn Ross. It wouldn't be a big deal most years, as Clemson has been known to plan its season to peak around championship time in December and January, but most years don't feature a top-10 opponent in the fourth game of the season. The Tigers are being tested with a championship-like setting weeks before they are used to hitting that championship gear, and the results will be telling for what's ahead -- particularly with a date against Notre Dame in South Bend coming up in early November.
Miami: How will Miami stand up against the champs? The Hurricanes offense has thrived against UAB, Louisville and Florida State, but going head-to-head against Clemson's talented front and the best defensive coordinator in football in Brent Venables is going to be a tough test for Rhett Lashlee and D'Eriq King. Keeping Clemson's defense off-balance with tempo and hitting on enough explosive plays is going to be the key to hanging in this heavyweight fight, because no matter how disruptive the Quincy Roche and Jaelen Phillips-led defensive line may be, there's only so long you can go before Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne are going to find the end zone. Dabo Swinney prefers to let his defense lead when Clemson faces ranked opponents in the regular season, but most of those ranked opponents have not had the No. 1 offense in the ACC ranking No. 12 nationally with a 499 yards per game average.