As crazy as it sounds, Virginia has a slight edge along the offensive line. Despite being the ACC’s worst rushing team thus far and allowing eight sacks against Notre Dame, UVa’s offensive line has quality size and athleticism. Miami’s offensive line is young and it has struggled mightily through five games. Miami allows an average of five sacks per game, which is worse than Virginia’s three per game. Before the Notre Dame debacle, Virginia only allowed an average of 1.75 sacks per game. Both offensive lines need work, but Miami’s looks worse. Edge, Virginia.