Canes Games on ACC Network, ACCN Extra
The ACC Network is owned and operated by ESPN, so when Miami games under contract with ESPN aren't on one of their channels, look for those games to air on the ACC Network, a sports channel dedicated to all things ACC (mainly football and baksetball).
ACCN is a cable channel so you'll need some kind of subscription to watch, whether that's through traditional cable, satellite or one of the many internet TV options now on the market. Once you have a plan that includes ACCN, luckily you also get access to ACCNE at no additional cost. The table below provides links to all the cable plans that offer ACCN.
ACCNE is the streaming-only companion to ACCN that live streams games that don't make it to broadcast television. Most Miami games will be on regular TV, but for any that don't make it, it's very likely ACCNE will be streaming it. And you can watch the game on demand from the app after it airs.
ACCN and ACCNE both use WatchESPN to live stream games online, and the ESPN app live streams for on-the-go watching, or from a streaming box like Apple TV or most smart TVs. Authentication required.
Miami Games on ESPN, ABC
ESPN has rights to ACC football and likes to air Hurricanes games on their main ESPN channel, given the option. ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3 and even ESPNews can get Miami games if scheduling conflicts arise. ESPN rights apply to all home games.
ESPN also owns ABC and some primetime Canes games air on this network, which you can watch for free if with a digital antenna (over-the-air). ABC does comes standard with most all cable plans that include local channels, and ESPN and ESPN2 come included in most basic cable packages or higher. The other ESPN networks typically require a mid-tier plan or higher, depending on the provider. The table below shows every cable plan that offers every channel, for all cable, satellite and internet TV providers.
All ESPN-owned channels stream live on WatchESPN or the ESPN app, even the ABC and ACCN aired games. The ESPN app works on all iOS and Android phones and tablets, as well as on fireTV, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Apple TV, Kindle Fire, androidtv, Playstation, Xbox and Oculus.
Hurricanes on NBC
NBC can broadcast a few away games featuring Miami throughout the season, depending on the opponent. You can get NBC for free with a digital antenna or as part of your local TV lineup with most any basic cable package.
Access the live stream for NBC by logging into their website or app with your cable credentials using the links below, and also see which cable plans carry NBC, whether it be cable, satellite or cord-cutting internet TV providers.
Miami Games on CBS
CBSSports.com live streams all Canes games CBS Sports produces 100% for free; no login required. While that might only be one game every season or so, it's good that it's free.
CBS is a local TV station that comes standard in most every cable plan, whether you use in-home cable, satellite TV or a cord-cutting options like YouTube TV or Sling. You can also get up local stations like CBS with a digital antenna hooked up to your TV at zero monthly cost. Again, free is king here.
You can download the CBS Sports app on these devices - Apple, Android smart phones and tablets, Apple TV, Amazon Fire devices, Playstation and XBOX, Chromecast, Roku and Roku smart TVs.
Canes Games on FOX
FOX and Fox Sports 1 (FS1) can broadcast a few Miami away games throughout the regular season (if they aren't already exclusive to ESPN). It depends on if their opponents have a contract with FOX or not. Some seasons you won't see Miami on any FOX stations, while other years you will see 1-4 games.
FOX is a local station, the over-the-air signal of which is free with a digital antenna. Otherwise expect to get your local FOX affiliate with most every basic cable plan or above. Every provider and plan carrying FOX is in the table below.
And FS1 requires a cable plan to watch - the table below all shows every provider that offers FS1.
Both FOX and FS1 live stream through the same Fox Sports app and website; just login with your cable credentials to access. The Fox Sports app is free to download on all iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple TV, Roku, XBox, Chromecast, fireTV and androidtv.