Will opponents unmask Miami’s weakness as competition heightens?

Last year Miami had the type of offensive line that caused fans to worry that Brad Kaaya wouldn’t realize his considerable potential as a quarterback, or worse, get hurt. It was that shaky.

Kaaya’s stats were strong — he ranked among the ACC’s best passers in every possible category — but he did miss one game with a concussion after a dominant Clemson defensive line hammered him into the ground.

This year? Miami’s offensive line is better, but on an undefeated team filled with pleasant surprises, the unit continues to grow too slowly for the team’s liking.

Wait, this is a group that has allowed two sacks in four games. Only two programs nationally have a better rate. Three programs are allowing fewer tackles per loss per game (2.75). The Hurricanes are 12th in passer rating and second in yards per carry. Second. How can this group be a disappointment, however slight?

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