Georgia Tech Football travels to Miami on Saturday at noon for a contest against the new-look Hurricanes and new head coach Manny Diaz. The game returns to the ACC Network for a noon kickoff.
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will look to snap a four-game losing streak on Saturday afternoon when they take on the Miami Hurricanes at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
The Jackets will be looking to capitalize on their best offensive performance of the season from last week when they fell to Duke 41-23. The offense had 379 yards and only allowed 105 second-half yards to the Blue Devils. Jordan Mason had a 100-yard rushing day against the Blue Devils and will need to have another one to give the Jackets a chance in Miami.
Miami is coming off of a season-saving win against the Virginia Cavaliers 17-9, bringing their record to 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the ACC. Miami is not suffering through the same type of rebuild that Georgia Tech is currently but with a question mark at QB with N’Kosi Perry playing well against Virginia but still having moments of struggle. The high side for Miami was the re-emergence of their defense and their ability to hold Virginia to field goals instead of touchdowns to seal the victory.
Here’s how Tech fans can watch and listen to the game.
Saturday afternoon’s game will be once again televised on the ACC Network, Tech fans will have to check with their local gable provider to see if they have access to the channel. Fans who do have the ACC Network can also watch the game on the ESPN mobile or via WatchESPN/ESPN+.
Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network, 93.7 FM, 680 AM in Atlanta. Also available via the Georgia Tech Gameday app, and TuneIn.
The weather on Saturday in Miami should be perfect football. While the northern part of Florida will be suffering from some storms, Miami should be pristine and sunny for the most outside of a chance for some morning thunderstorms. There will be a high of 87 during the day with a low of 79. Humidity will be high with the percentage in the mid-70s while precipitation chances will be under 50%.