The 3-0 and 15th ranked Miami Hurricanes are playing their fourth football game of the 2013 season this afternoon, as Al Golden’s Canes travel to Tampa to square off against the struggling and currently winless South Florida Bulls (0-3), at Noon Eastern.
The game will be broadcast live and in color from the home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Raymond James Stadium, over the air on ESPNU, and simulcast via a live stream on WatchESPN, for online viewers around the country and internationally in select countries.
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Miami is led on offense by Heisman Trophy candidate Duke Johnson at running back, who leads the Hurricanes in rushing so far this season, with 303 yards and three touchdowns.
For South Florida, they’ll be starting quarterback Steven Bench at quarterback, who transferred to USF earlier this year from Penn State. The Bulls have played two games at home thus far, being outscored by a staggering 81 to 31 margin, against lean competition in McNeese State out of the FCS and Florida Atlantic from Conference USA.