For the first time in more than a month, the Miami Hurricanes are on the road as the ACC Coastal Division leaders travel to Charlottesville, Va., to face the Virginia Cavaliers. Saturday's game will kick at noon ET on ABC and ESPN3.
Below is the national coverage map for Saturday's game, which will be televised on ABC. Approximately 23 percent of the nation will see the Miami/Virginia game, while other regions will see either Louisville/Syracuse of Iowa State/Texas. For those that can't watch Miami/Virginia on ABC, you can watch on ESPN3.
Date / Time: Sat., Nov. 10, 2012 / 12 p.m. ET
Site: Charlottesville, Va. / Scott Stadium (61,500)
Play-by-Play: Tom Hart; Analyst: John Congemi
Local Radio: 560 WQAM
Play-by-Play: Joe Zagacki; Analyst: Don Bailey Jr.; Sideline: Josh Darrow
Spanish Radio: Caracol 1260 AM
Play-by-Play: Roly Martin; Analysts: Pepe Campos and Joe Martinez
Satellite Radio: Sirius 136/XM 192 (UVA broadcast)
Live Stats: HurricaneSports.com
Twitter Updates: @HurricaneSports / @LosHuracanes
Series: Miami leads, 5-4
Miami: Tied, 2-2
Charlottesville: Tied, 2-2
Neutral Site: Miami leads, 1-0
First Meeting: 1996 - W, 31-21
Last Meeting: 2011 - L, 21-28
Streak: Virginia, 2 wins
NATIONAL TELEVISION COVERAGE
Saturday's ACC Coastal Division game at Virginia will be televised nationally at noon ET on ABC. Tom Hart (play-by-play) and Jon Congemi (analyst) will call the action.
VIRGINIA SERIES HISTORY
Saturday will mark the 10th series meeting between the schools, with Miami holding a slim 5-4 advantage. Virginia has won the last two meetings - 28-21 in 2011 (Miami Gardens) and 24-19 in 2010 (Charlottesville) - and four of the last six.
Miami's last series victory came in 2009 as the 16th-ranked Hurricanes shut down the Cavaliers 52-17 at Sun Life Stadium. After holding a 24-17 halftime lead, the Hurricanes reeled off 28 second-half points - shutting out the Cavaliers in the second half - to take the 35-point home victory.
In their last trip to Charlottesville, the Hurricanes trailed the Cavaliers 24-0 with less than 12 minutes to play. Then-freshman QB Stephen Morris accounted for all three Miami fourth-quarter scores - two touchdown passes and a rushing score. However, that would be as close as the Canes would get as the Cavaliers ran out the clock to preserve the 24-19 win over Miami.