Miami (FL) vs. Texas A&M: How to Watch, TV Channel, Kickoff, Live Stream — September 9, 2023

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Two once-proud proud programs who have recently failed to live up to lofty expectations clash in college football Week 2 as the Miami (FL) Hurricanes entertain the Texas A&M Aggies in Miami Gardens. Want to know how to watch Miami (FL) vs. Texas A&M? What time does the game kick? What are the latest betting odds? You’re in the right place to get the answers to those questions!

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How to Watch: Miami (FL) vs. Texas A&M

  • When
    Saturday, September 9, 2023, 3:30 p.m. ET
  • Location
    Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
  • TV Channel
    FuboTV, ABC
  • Miami Depth Chart
  • Texas A&M Depth Chart
  • Current Betting Odds
    Spread: Texas A&M -4.5
    Moneyline: Texas A&M -205, Miami (FL) +170
    Over/Under: 51

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Miami Schedule

Friday, Sep 1vs. Miami (OH)7:00 PM ETW, 38-3ACCN
Saturday, Sep 9vs. Texas A&M3:30 PM ETABCBuy now
Thursday, Sep 14vs. Bethune-Cookman7:30 PM ETACCNBuy now
Saturday, Sep 23@ TempleTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 7vs. Georgia TechTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 14@ North CarolinaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 21vs. ClemsonTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 28vs. VirginiaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 4@ NC StateTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 11@ Florida StateTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 18vs. LouisvilleTBDBuy now
Friday, Nov 24@ Boston College12:00 PM ETBuy now

After going 5-7 in 2022, Miami (FL) needed to get off to a fast start this season as they look to return to winning ways. A comfortable 38-3 win in the Battle of Miami against the Miami (OH) Redhawks was a good way to start, but there will be much tougher tests for Miami head coach Mario Cristobal and his highly talented Hurricanes team. Those tests start in Week 2.

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The Canes and the Aggies clashed one year ago, with Texas A&M coming out on the winning side of a low-scoring affair in mid-September. That leveled the head-to-head record at two apiece after Miami put together consecutive comfortable wins in 2007 and 2008. They have the talent to compete in 2023, but a loss could prove catastrophic with FSU, Clemson, and UNC to come.

Texas A&M Schedule

Saturday, Sep 2vs. New Mexico7:00 PM ETW, 52-10ESPN
Saturday, Sep 9@ Miami3:30 PM ETABCBuy now
Saturday, Sep 16vs. UL Monroe4:00 PM ETSECNBuy now
Saturday, Sep 23vs. AuburnTBDBuy now
Saturday, Sep 30vs. Arkansas *TBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 7vs. AlabamaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 14@ TennesseeTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 28vs. South CarolinaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 4@ Ole MissTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 11vs. Mississippi StateTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 18vs. Abilene Christian12:00 PM ETESPN+Buy now
Saturday, Nov 25@ LSUTBDBuy now

After ruthlessly dispatching New Mexico 52-10 in Week 1, Texas A&M faces their most difficult out-of-conference clash of the season when they travel to Miami Gardens to try and ride out the Hurricanes. With road trips to Knoxville, Oxford, and Baton Rouge on their SEC schedule, this isn’t their toughest road assignment, but it could be key to unlocking the Aggie’s potential.

A win on Saturday, combined with their Week 1 victory and an assumed triumph over Louisiana-Monroe in Week 3, would put the Aggies at 3-0 heading into conference play. That would leave them needing just three wins from the rest of the year to outstrip their 2022 result and return to bowl eligibility. South Carolina, Mississippi State, and Abilene Christian are winnable games.

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