UTSA Vs. Georgia State: Panthers Still Looking For First Sack

Through two games, the biggest problem the Georgia State coaching staff is trying to figure out is how to get to the opposing quarterback. The Panthers have yet to record a sack this season.

Getting the team to realize that a pass rush involves more than the defensive line is the first step, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

"All sacks are a function of all 11," Georgia State coach Bill Curry said. "Most breakdowns are a function of all 11. We’ve got to do a better job of all of them."

One of the problems on defense has been getting the players to learn a new scheme. The team switched from a 3-4 defense to a 4-2-5 this season.

The Panthers have lost games to South Carolina State and Tennessee by a combined score of 84-19.

For more coverage of Georgia State football, stay tuned to SB Nation Atlanta.

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