Miami-Notre Dame: Time, TV channel, watch online for Week 11 game (November 11, 2017)

Miami and Notre Dame meet in a key matchup on Saturday, November 11, 2017. Find game time, TV channel, and how to watch online information below.

Miami-Notre Dame game time, details

Date: November 11, 2017

When: 8:00pm ET

Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.

Odds: Miami +3.5

Weather: Partly cloudy, high of 82 degrees

Which TV channel is Miami-Notre Dame on?

Miami-Notre Dame will be shown on ABC.

How can I watch Miami-Notre Dame online?

Miami-Notre Dame will stream online on

How can I listen to Miami-Notre Dame on the radio?

Miami-Notre Dame can be heard on the Miami Hurricanes Sports Network , WQAM 560.

Miami-Notre Dame preview, keys to the game

A crucial showdown will take place Saturday in South Florida between old rivals as Miami hosts Notre Dame at Hard Rock Stadium. Miami, atop the ACC Coastal, is currently undefeated at 8-0 (6-0 ACC), ranked No. 7 in the AP Poll and No. 7  in the College Football Playoff’s second installment of rankings for 2017. Notre Dame is 8-1 and ranked No. 3 in both the AP Poll and the CFP rankings.

Miami’s AP ranking is its highest since 2013 and the last time they’ve been ranked in the top 10 this late in a season was November 2005.

Meanwhile Notre Dame has responded with a bounce back effort after last season’s 4-8 showing.

Miami is striving to remain undefeated season and take another step in its push for a Top 4 spot in the CFP. Following up last week’s 28-10 victory vs. Virginia Tech with a win against Notre Dame would certainly impress the committee.

Miami redshirt junior quarterback Malik Rosier has proved to be a capable starter for the Hurricanes in 2017. In 8 games, he is 154-of-274 with 19 touchdowns while rushing the ball 82 times for 295 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Miami wide receiver Braxton Berrios is having a strong senior season, as he’s tallied 35 receptions for 465 yards and seven touchdowns.

Running back Travis Homer has filled in admirably for the injured Mark Walton. Homer has rushed for 612 yards and six touchdowns.

The Miami defense has gotten plenty of chances to rock their turnover chain this season, as their 20 takeaways ranks 10th in the nation.

Michael Jackson has donned the bling the most, as he leads the Hurricanes with four interceptions.

For Notre Dame, they are trying to extend their winning streak to eight games. Notre Dame beat Wake Forest 48-37 last week.

Knocking rival Miami from the ranks of the unbeaten and doing damage to the Hurricanes’ playoff hopes is an added bonus as they seek to boost their own playoff profile.

Like Miami, the Fighting Irish have gotten strong play from their quarterback this season. Junior Brandon Wimbush is 102-for-199, throwing for 1,287 yards, 11 touchdowns and just 2 interceptions.

Wimbush’s favorite target this year have been Chase Claypool and Equanimeous St. Brown. Claypool has made 24 catches for 354 yards and 2 touchdowns. St. Brown has amassed 22 catches for 289 yards and 3 touchdowns.

The engine of the Notre Dame offense is running back Josh Adams. The Heisman candidate has rushed for 1,191 yards and nine touchdowns.

The Notre Dame defense is stingy as well, allowing just 18.4 points per game (17th in the nation).

Te’von Coney leads the Irish with 7.5 tackles for losses and also has three sacks.

This game promises to be a grind it out affair, with the team able to win the turnover battle coming out on top.

Miami will be seeking its first win against Notre Dame since a 27-10 victory in 1989. Miami lost at Notre Dame 30-27 last season.

Notre Dame leads the all-time series 18-7-1, with the games in Miami tied at 6-6-1.

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