Miami vs. FAU live stream: Watch Hurricanes vs Owls online

Here’s how you can watch Saturday evening’s Miami vs FAU game at Hard Rock Stadium online.

In a season that has more optimism and hope for Miami than we have witnessed in a long time, the opening game blowout of FAMU, 70-3, did nothing to curb the enthusiasm of the Miami hopeful. Neither did the absolute domination on both sides of the ball.

In a shade under 3 quarters, Kaaya went to work throwing 4 TD passes to 4 different players. Not only was Kaaya phenomenal, but the Hurricanes made a case for having the most depth at the RB position in the ACC. Walton, Yearby, and Edwards all had over 100 yards rushing. It was the first time since 1987 against Cincinnati that the Hurricanes had 3 running backs rush for 100 yards in a game.

Looking ahead to FAU, the Hurricanes are looking to prove that last week was no fluke. Offensively, look for the Hurricanes to attempt to establish the run game and to get David Njoku, the next great Miami TE, more involved early. Defensively, look for new DC Manny Diaz to dial the pressure up from the start and to get FAU behind schedule on offense.

Here’s how to watch Saturday’s Miami vs. FAU game online:

Date: Saturday, September 10

Start Time: 6:00 pm ET

Location: Miami Gardens, FL

Venue: Hard Rock Stadium

TV: ACCN

Live Stream: ACCN

FAU is coming off a hard fought 38-30 victory against FCS opponent, Southern Illinois. While the FAU defense did not impress against SIU, the offense, led by Greg Howell (16 carries, 128 yards, 2 TD’s), looked as good as usual. FAU utilizes an up-tempo run-spread offense to wear down defenses and put points up in a hurry. FAU should hang with Miami for a quarter or two before Miami pulls away in the second half. Vegas has the O/U at 63 with the Owls being a 25-point underdog, projecting the final score to be 44-19. I expect Miami to cover and for the score to be more like 52-17, fueling the renewed optimism and hope of a fanbase that is grateful for the return of their native son, Mark Richt.

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