Miami-UAB live stream (9/10): How to watch college football online, TV, time

The debut of Miami quarterback D’Eriq King is here. The UAB Blazers have a front-row seat. You do, too, thanks to a live stream provided by fuboTV.

King, the graduate transfer from Houston, will make his Hurricanes debut against UAB (1-0) in Miami’s opener Thursday, Sept. 10 after an offseason of doubt due to COVID-19.

The Hurricanes are banking on King to help spark a rebound from a 6-7 season when the offense ranked 98th out of 130 teams nationally in yards per game. They were also the only team shut out in a bowl game.

The dual-threat King is reason enough for excitement in a program employing new offensive coordinator and former Auburn assistant Rhett Lashlee’s spread offense.

The game is set to kick at 7 p.m. (8 p.m. ET) and will be live streamed by fuboTV, which is offering a 7-day free trial. The ACC Network is televising the game.

King left Houston after four games last fall so he could take a redshirt year. He’s the only FBS quarterback to throw for at least one touchdown and run for at least one touchdown in 15 consecutive games.

UAB, meanwhile, has never beaten an ACC opponent and doesn’t have a victory over a Power Five opponent since topping Baylor in 2004. The Blazers are coming off a 45-35 win over Central Arkansas last week.

The Hurricanes' defense have its hands full with UAB’s career rushing leader Spencer Brown. Brown enters the game with 3,122 career yards despite missing four games with an ankle injury in 2019.

Jermaine Brown Jr. joins him in the backfield.

Check out complete coverage of the Blazers here.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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