Miami’s offense in 2016 might be something like owning a sparkling new Maserati that sits on cheap wheels and tires. Sure, you’re mostly happy about driving a sweet-looking ride, but you’re very much worried about whether you’re going to be spending some of your time on the side of the road, rather than zooming down it.
That’s a fairly accurate metaphor for the relationship the Hurricanes’ offensive line has to the rest of Mark Richt’s offense. At their best, the front five could be decent. At their worst — a situation brought on by injuries, perhaps — they could wreck what could be a very productive attack.
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