The Miami Hurricanes will travel to Durham, N.C., to face ACC Coastal Division rival Duke in its 2012 season finale. Saturday's game will kick at 12:30 p.m. ET on the ACC Network.
ACC NETWORK COVERAGE
ACC Network consists of regional syndicated affiliates throughout the country. Saturday's game will be televised on 93 affiliates, including nine markets in the state of Florida. Fans not within the ACC footprint can also watch the game on ESPN3.
Here's the link to the ACC Network listings and the list of Florida affiliates are below:
|MIAMI/FORT LAUDERDALE||WFOR||CBS/CBS 4|
|Orlando/Daytona Beach/Melbourne||WRBW||My Network TV|
|Panama City||WMBB-D2||This TV (13.2)|
|Tampa/St. Petersburg (Sarasota)||WTOG||CW/CW 44|
|West Palm Beach/Ft. Pierce||WTVX||CW/The CW West Palm|
Date / Time: Sat., Nov. 24, 2012 / 12:30 p.m. ET
Site: Durham, N.C. / Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941)
TV: ACC Network | TV Listings
Play-by-Play: Tim Brant; Analyst: Dave Archer; Sideline: Mike Hogewood
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
Student Radio: 90.5 FM WVUM
Satellite Radio: Sirius 136/XM 203 (Duke broadcast)
Live Stats: HurricaneSports.com
Twitter Updates: @HurricaneSports / @LosHuracanes
Series: Miami leads, 8-1
Miami: Miami leads, 4-0
Durham: Miami leads, 4-1
First Meeting: 1976 - L, 7-20
Last Meeting: 2011 - W, 49-14
Streak: Miami, 8 wins
DUKE SERIES HISTORY
Saturday will be the 10th series meeting between the schools - and eighth as ACC rivals - with Miami owning a commanding 8-1 series advantage. Since suffering a 20-7 loss in the first meeting in 1976, the Miami Hurricanes have won eight straight meetings, including all four previous trips to Durham.
In last season's meeting, RB Lamar Miller ran for two touchdowns and became Miami's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2002, while QB Jacory Harris threw three first-half touchdowns as the Hurricanes scored on each of their first five possessions to roll past Duke 49-14 on Homecoming.
Miami's last trip to Durham resulted in a 28-13 victory in 2010. In that game, the Hurricanes forced seven Blue Devils turnovers and Harris threw for one TD and ran for another. S Vaughn Telemaque picked off two Duke passes and DT Micanor Regis returned an interception 22 yards for a score; the Hurricanes intercepted five passes and forced two fumbles.
Each of Miami's last five wins over Duke has been decided by double digits, including last season's 35-point margin. In 2005, the ninth-ranked Canes upended the Blue Devils by 45 points - the first meeting as ACC foes.