The 2022 college football season may be twilight, but much drama is still brewing in the ACC. In Week 12, Miami will head to face No. 9 Clemson in what was once billed as a potential conference title matchup. The Canes have fallen out of favor but bounced back with a win over Georgia Tech last week. Now they’ll see if that momentum travels with them to Clemson, SC
The No. 9 Tigers are 9-1 this season and have been very good, but not exactly dominant. It’s a small change for Clemson and leaves the door to Miami open, albeit just a crack.
Here’s everything you need to know about this week 12 conference fight.
Miami Hurricanes (5-5) vs. Clemson (9-1)
Where: Memorial Stadium – Clemson, SC
When: Saturday, November 19 at 3:30 p.m
Live broadcast: fuboTV (start free trial)
radio: Miami (560 AM), West Palm Beach (106.3 PM), Fort Myers (97.3 FM), Kissimmee (1080 PM), Jacksonville (92.5 FM), St. Petersburg (10:40 PM) and Pensacola (2:90 p.m.).
Weather: 53 degrees, 0% chance of precipitation at kickoff according to Weather.com.
Opportunities: Miami is a 19-point underdog, according to SI Sportsbook. The Over/Under is fixed at 47.5 points.
Series history: The series is tied 6-6, with Clemson winning the last meeting and four of the last five.
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The Hurricanes have a little momentum in this game. In fact, this might be the best thing they’ve felt since week 2. However, it will take more than a positive attitude to take down the Tiger No. 9. Miami will have an uphill battle ahead, and the Canes will have to do it in one of college football’s most unforgiving environments. Death Valley.
While Miami has struggled on its own home turf, Clemson has thrived in familiar territory. The Tigers are undefeated at home this year, which gives them an extra edge this year. Don’t count out the canes just yet, though, as they’re going 3-0 against ACC teams this year. A team’s winning streak will come to an end, but do the Canes stand a chance of keeping theirs alive?
If Miami wants to get four straight straight wins, they need to get touchdowns. The Hurricanes finally got started as a freshman last week Jacurri Brown led the offensive to a 35-14 victory over Georgia Tech. If the Canes can make it that far or more into the end zone, they should be in the middle of this game.
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