Pitt's offensive line has improved over the last two games. Like everything else, though, it's still a process.
Pitt's offensive pattern, at least in terms of how the offensive line dictates the flow of the game, has been up and down.
In the first three games, where Pitt went 2-1, the run game averaged 184.3 yards a game and allowed two sacks per game.
A two-game stretch against Virginia and Virginia Tech is the low point of the season for the group. The Panthers allowed 15 total sacks in those two games, rushing for a combined 31 yards in 61 attempts.
But the group is back on track. In the last two games, Pitt has averaged 200.5 yards a game on the ground, allowing just three sacks.
Jim Hueber cautions it's still a work in progress, but is encouraged with his group' performance over the last two games.