Virginia vs Miami Live

Virginia vs Miami Live: Virginia vs Miami Live Stream Week seven of college football continues as  Virginia travels to Hard Rock Stadium to take on Miami FL on Friday, Oct. 11 at 8:00 P.M. This will be the 17th meeting between these two teams. The last meeting occurred last season when the Cavaliers narrowly beat the Hurricanes at home by a score of 16-13.

Event Name College Football – NCAAF Division
Game Date Friday, October 11
Tv Channel ESPN/CBS/NBC/FOX/FUVO/YOUTUBE/SLING/HULU
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Miami will start N’Kosi Perry at quarterback for the injured Jarren Williams in Friday’s home game against No. 20 Virginia.Coach Manny Diaz on Wednesday told local reporters that Perry would get the start. Williams suffered an apparent shoulder injury in last week’s loss to Virginia Tech, throwing three interceptions in the first quarter before exiting. Perry replaced Williams and passed for a career-high 422 yards and four touchdowns with an interception. Diaz said after the game that Williams could have returned, but he made the decision to keep Perry in the game.

“Jarren Williams is dealing with an upper extremity issue that leaves him less than 100 percent,” Diaz said Wednesday. “We think N’Kosi gives us a chance to win. I think we all saw, last Saturday, the improvement in his game, and we’re excited to get behind him, ride behind him and find a way to beat a very well-coached and tough-minded Virginia football team.”

Perry started six games for the Hurricanes last season. He competed for the starting job this past offseason with Williams and Ohio State transfer Tate Martell, who will back up Perry against Virginia.Virginia Cavaliers head coach Bronco Mendenhall met with the media on Monday ahead No. 20 UVA’s road tilt against the Miami Hurricanes set for Friday night, which is set to kickoff at 8:00 p.m. on ESPN.

Mendenhall opened by talking about getting back to game week preparation after coming off the bye week.“It was good to be practicing again today in a game-week setting,” started Mendenhall in his opening statement. “Game week usually adds a different level of focus and urgency. Bye week there’s preparation and there’s study and there’s reframing and resetting and renewal. And you really never know if that’s applicable or is effective until you apply it. And practice is helpful but until we see how we play, we won’t know if we have applied it or studied well enough to improve our program or not. I believe the bye week was effective and helpful, not only from a self-understanding, but an early start on our next opponent and the Coastal Division.

“And the players have a lot on their plate, reading week, a couple reading days today and school continues to be a challenge for them as it moves down the semester. So it’s kind of the life of a normal student or scholar athlete at UVA as we prepare for a Friday night game versus Miami.”The bye week for college teams is multipurpose. It allows for injuries to heal some, players to get a day off or two, some advanced scouting and extra game week prep for the next opponent, etc.

It’s also a time for self-scouting, find your strengths, weaknesses, tendencies, and the like.Mendenhall was asked on Monday if that revealed any big revelations or just confirmed what the staff already knew about the 2019 Virginia Cavaliers.

“It’s both. There used to be more revelations, but because our self-scout processes go on each week and we have systems in place that are yielding information after every exposure to an opponent, the bye week just gives you more time to digest, and sometimes go a little deeper and asking specific questions. And I would say when we have time in a bye week or sometimes even in off season, it yields maybe one or two things that are substantial, verifies almost everything else.

“And there might be one surprise in there, but because, again, of the processes are so well defined and continue on a weekly basis, it, not as much as it used to be in my earlier days as a head coach.”Miami Hurricanes head coach Manny Diaz has named redshirt sophomore N’Kosi Perry as the starting quarterback against the Virginia Cavaliers when the two teams face off this Friday night. According to The Athletic reporter Manny Navarro, Diaz says that Jarren Williams, who started in the Canes’ 42-35 loss to Virginia Tech, is dealing with shoulder injuries.Redshirt freshman Williams had beat Perry and Tate Martell in a three-way battle over the summer for the starting position. But last week against the Hokies, Williams struggled early and was pulled in favor of Perry. Perry put together career-high totals in completions (28), attempts (47) and passing yards (422). He threw for four touchdown passes, to one interception.

Officially, he logged -16 rushing yards in 9 attempts, but that came off of six sacks. By comparison, Virginia’s quarterback Bryce Perkins suffered eight sacks and finished with -29 total rushing yards in the Hoos’ losing effort against Notre Dame.This won’t be the first time Perry has faced the Cavaliers. As a starter in last year’s contest, Perry threw for two interceptions on just six attempts before he was pulled in the first half.

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