One of the main reasons why a move to a no-huddle spread offense made sense for the Hurricanes was simple.
It is the type of system that can help stabilize UM’s offensive line.
On Thursday night against UAB, Miami’s offense line showed how it has a chance to be more consistent and impactful in 2020.
The Hurricanes allowed only two sacks against the Blazers.
According to Pro Football Focus, Miami’s line also allowed only four pressures on quarterback D’Eriq King. PFF credited UM will allowing seven pressures as a team, but King was credited with three of those pressures and tight end Will Mallory was credited with one pressure.
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