Miami’s offense was able to move the ball vs. Texas A&M on Saturday night, gaining nearly 400 total yards against the Aggies’ vaunted defense.

But that Hurricanes’ attack softened in the red zone, resulting in Miami attempting 5 field goals — 3 were successful — and scoring 0 touchdowns.

Miami gained 27 first downs in the game but failed to find the end zone. According to, Miami is the first team to accomplish that unenviable feat since at least 2000.

Miami gained at least 1 first down on all 8 of its drives. Four of those drives gained at least 65+ yards and another went for 44 yards. However, none of those trips resulted in 6 points for the Canes.

That proved costly in the end, as Miami fell 17-9. The Canes’ final drive ended in a turnover on downs near midfield.

Miami is now 2-1 on the season. The Hurricanes host Middle Tennessee in Week 4.