ESPN2 will broadcast the game, along with ESPN 3D and ESPN radio. Both teams are currently 2-1 overall, with this being their first conference game of the 2010 season. Each team has also had their bye week, and is now set to play 9 straight weeks of football. The last three meetings between these teams have ended in overtime, with Clemson taking the victory last year in Miami 40-37.
Miami has not beaten Clemson since 2005 in what was an exciting game to say the least. The game ended with Clemson’s QB Charlie Whitehurst narrowly overthrowing a wide open receiver at the end of regulation, then Miami winning in triple overtime 36-30. That game held the NCAA record for loudest game in terms of decibel level until Oregon set a new record last season.
This game should be exciting and decided late in the fourth quarter. To add to the excitement over this game, it is also Clemson’s homecoming. Former Clemson head coach Danny Ford will be honored prior to the game by Lieutenant Governor Andre Bauer with the Palmetto Patriot Award.
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