Miami needs offensive line to step up

Miami was among the highest producing offensive teams in the land through its the first five weeks of the season. It was second in yards per play, had a pair of running backs among the ACC’s best and a future top-round draft pick at quarterback.

The latter two might still be true, but the numbers don’t look as good now. The Hurricanes gained a season-low 276 yards and scored a season-low 19 points in a loss to Florida State. That, after averaging 474 and 47 in the first four games.

Forget the stats, though. What’s most concerning for Miami? To find out for free, sign up for basic access to