Fans are frustrated with Miami’s offensive performance in the first half on Saturday night against Georgia Tech. Miami kicked a field goal as time expired before the break to take a 3-0 lead going into halftime.

The Hurricanes didn’t score on any of their first four drives, which resulted in a turnover-on-downs, two punts and an interception.

Miami entered tonight’s game averaging 8.24 yards per play, which ranked No. 1 in the ACC and No. 3 nationally. However, in its first ACC game of the season, that number dipped all the way to 5 yards per play in the first half.

Tyler Van Dyke threw his second interception of the season and his first since the season-opener. He finished the half by completing 14-of-23 passes for just 113 yards. Van Dyke nearly threw another interception into the end zone near the end of the second quarter.

Miami did find some success running the ball in the first half. Led by Don Chaney Jr. and Henry Parrish Jr., Miami rushed for 104 yards on 20 carries before the break. Chaney led the team with 50 yards.

Penalties were another issue for Miami in the first half. The Hurricanes were called for 4 penalties before the break for a total of 55 yards, including one holding penalty that wiped points off the board.

This was the first hiccup for new offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson, who had been off to a great start during his Miami tenure.

Here’s some of the reaction to Miami’s first half: