Miami-Virginia 2017: Game time, TV broadcast info released

(Miami Herald)

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Miami’s final home game of the year will be under the midday South Florida skies.

The Hurricanes’ Nov. 18 game against Virginia will kick off at noon and be shown on ABC or ESPN, UM announced Monday.

Miami (8-0, 6-0), ranked seventh in the Associated Press top 25, hosts third-ranked Notre Dame (8-1) in a prime-time game this week (8 p.m. Saturday, ABC).

Virginia (6-3, 3-2) visits Louisville at 3:30 p.m.

If UVa loses this week, the Hurricanes will clinch the ACC Coastal Division and earn a spot in the ACC Championship, Dec. 2 in Charlotte. If the Cavaliers win, UM will have another chance to clinch the following week.

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