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Quarterback D'Eriq King (1) looks to pass against the Louisville Cardinals during the first half of play at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Ky. on Saturday, Sept. 19.

Quarterback D'Eriq King (1) looks to pass against the Louisville Cardinals during the first half of play at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Ky. on Saturday, Sept. 19. Photo credit: Jamie Rhodes/ACC

The Miami Hurricanes open their ACC schedule against the University of Louisville Cardinals (1-0) at 7:30 p.m.

Follow along with our live scoring summary below:

Third quarter (00:40): Miami 37, Louisville 20: Jose Borregales makes a 22-yard field goal.

Third quarter (5:02): Miami 34, Louisville 20: Jaylan Knighton scores on a 75-yard touchdown pass from D’Eriq King.

Third quarter (5:13): Miami 27, Louisville 20: Tutu Atwell scores on a six-yard touchdown pass from Malik Cunningham.

Third quarter (11:15): Miami 27, Louisville 13: Cam’Ron Harris scores on a 75-yard rush.

Third quarter (11:28): Miami 20, Louisville 13: Javian Hawkins scores on a 19-yard rush.

Second quarter (5:49): Miami 20, Louisville 6: Jose Borregales makes a 57-yard field goal.

Second quarter (10:07): Miami 17, Louisville 6: Jose Borregales makes a 48-yard field goal.

Second quarter (11:06): Miami 14, Louisville 6: James Turner makes a 22-yard field goal.

First quarter (1:41): Miami 14, Louisville 3: Jaylan Knighton scores on a 3-yard rush.

First quarter (7:11): Miami 7, Louisville 3: Will Mallory scores on a 17-yard pass from D’Eriq King.

First quarter (9:02): Miami 0, Louisville 3: James Turner makes a 40-yard field goal.

September 19, 2020

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