The Miami Hurricanes will try to attain bowl eligibility with a win over the South Florida Bulls on Saturday afternoon. The Hurricanes are also still in contention for the ACC's Coastal Division title, though this contest will have no bearing on that race.
The Hurricanes came into the week losers of four of their last five games, and they just went through a tough portion of the schedule that included games against Florida State and Notre Dame. South Florida lost six consecutive games prior to its win over UConn last weekend, and the Bulls must win out to reach 6-6 and bowl eligibility.
Miami ranks 57th nationally in total offense so far this season, and 115th in total defense. The Bulls are No. 62 in total offense and No. 63 in total defense.
Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET
TV: Regional sports network (check local listings)
Odds: Miami is favored by 6.5 or seven points, depending on the source.