Welcome to the regular season finale, everyone!
Your 18th ranked Miami Hurricanes, 8-2 on the year, face off against the 21st ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys, 7-3 for the 2020 season.
This is the first game of bowl season between ranked teams, and will be a game both teams are looking to use as the springboard to a 2021 season that meets, or exceeds, their high expectations. They will have to fight it out on the field to determine a winner first, and that starts in just a bit.
Here’s How To Watch by me.
Here’s our X’s and O’s preview by Justin Dottavio
We’re always talkin’ QB’s around here. Jump into the Arms Race by Roman Marciante to see how they (D’Eriq King and Spencer Sanders) stack up.
Todays’ unavailability report is, once again, short:
#Canes unavailability report for tonight's bowl game:— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) December 29, 2020
DT Jason Blissett Jr
S Amari Carter
(and those who have opted out but they're not listed)
/end of list
Sure, guys like DE Jaelan Phillips and DE Quincy Roche have opted out to prepare for the NFL Draft, so they’re also gone today. But of the eligible players, only Blissett Jr. and Carter will be out. Carter is the bigger absence as he plays more.
Here are 3 things to watch by Carl Bleich
Dylan Sherry wants to see which version of the Canes defense shows up tonight.
Here are today’s jersey combo for today’s game:
Today's uni combo: pic.twitter.com/O90W3RlKRQ— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) December 29, 2020
And that, my friends, is that.
So sit back, relax, pop open your favorite adult beverage, and get ready to watch your Canes take the field for the final time this season.
To the Cheez-It Bowl!!!!!! HUZZAH!!!!!