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Why don’t the Hurricanes have more sacks? A defensive dive before N.C. State

When Gregory Rousseau opted out because of COVID-19 concerns prior to the season, the Miami Hurricanes still expected to have one of the best pass-rushing units in the country.

And they’ve still been very good.

With Temple transfer Quincy Roche and former No. 1 overall recruit Jaelan Phillips creating 22 pressures each at defensive end, and talented interior linemen Nesta Silvera and Jared Harrison-Hunte creating mayhem in the middle, the Canes (5-1) have remained one of the best Power 5 teams in the country at putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks.

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