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Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Miami RedHawks football: How to listen, watch, stream, and more

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After its crushing defeat at the hands of Wisconsin last Saturday, Miami looks to regain its winning record this weekend against Cincinnati in the 120th Battle of the Victory Bell. Despite its last-second loss to Temple last week, the Bearcats come into Oxford with plenty of confidence as they have won their last nine meetings against the RedHawks, including last season's thriller at Paul Brown Stadium. The 'Hawks lead the series 59-53-7.

Quick Game Info

Game Time, Date: 3:30 p.m. EST, September 19, 2015.

Location: Yager Stadium in Oxford, Ohio.

TV: Not available on TV.

Radio: WMOH (1450 AM, Hamilton, Ohio).

Online Streaming: ESPN3.

Players to Watch

Rokeem Williams (WR, Miami): Williams has the ability to be a playmaker in the passing game for the RedHawks as he has posted 21 yards per catch this season. Helping out Williams in the passing game is Chris Hudson, the 6'6" freshman who has four catches for 79 yards and a score, and can present match-up problems against any defense.

Paul Moses (LB, Miami): The converted running back has had some success in his transition to defense as he has a team-high 17 tackles and a sack thus far this season. Moses and company will have to be able to make plays in space against this high-flying Bearcat offense.

Brison Burris (S, Miami): After missing all of last season due to a knee injury, the impact of Burris's return to the starting lineup has been felt by opposing ball carriers as he leads the secondary with 14 tackles and a tackle for loss. It will be interesting to see how the physical safety matches up with the Bearcats receivers on Saturday.

Gunner Kiel (QB, Cincinnati): Despite his four interceptions against Temple, Kiel was still able to go for 427 yards and two touchdowns through the air last week and looks to be one of the better pure passers in all of college football this season. Last season against Miami, he passed for 271 yards, four scores and two interceptions, but he will face a more athletic RedHawk defense on Saturday and we'll see if he can put up gaudy numbers on Saturday.