More Offensive Weapons
Miami has some running backs, a good offensive line, and a few solid receivers. However, I wouldn’t call their skill players real difference-makers.
If you can stop Miami’s rushing attack, they don’t have the other pieces in the offense to make things happen. It’s why they have struggled to score points in conference play. FSU has two of the best wide receivers in college football.
They are stacked at tight end and have one of the best home run threats nationally at running back in Trey Benson.
The offensive line is average or slightly above average, but if the offense can’t run the ball, they pass block well enough to shred teams through the air. FSU had their top two wide receivers out against a defense similar in quality to Miami last week and had 360 passing yards.
They can kill you in the screen game, win one-on-one balls, and the running backs can hurt teams in the passing game out of the backfield.
There’s so much to prepare for that defensive coordinators have a hard time deciding what to try and take away.
Not only that, but they have one of the best quarterbacks nationally leading the charge in Jordan Travis.