Found September 11, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
On Saturday, September 22, at 3:00 pm ET, FOXs Sun Sports will televise an important Atlantic Coast Conference football showdown when the Miami Hurricanes face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. The ACC Coastal Division rivals will square off live from Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field and Sun Sports will be there every step of the way to bring the hard-hitting action to Hurricanes and Yellow Jackets fans throughout Florida. Miami has won the past three games between the two teams, including last seasons 24-7 victory, but Hurricanes Head Coach Al Golden will look to his young team against Yellow Jackets Head Coach Paul Johnsons vaunted spread-option offense. The HD broadcast will feature color analyst Keith Jones and play-by-play announcer Paul Kennedy in the booth, with Jenn Hildreth reporting from the sidelines. Be sure to follow @SunSportsFOXFL on twitter for live coverage and information on the Miami Hurricanes, and visit FOXSportsFlorida.com for channel listings.
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