Georgia State football coach Bill Curry addressed the media Tuesday in advance of this weekend's contest against New Hampshire. The Panthers are 0-5 on the season, and are coming off a 35-3 loss to William & Mary in which they gave up seven turnovers. Curry tried to remain positive despite his team's struggles.
"You have two choices," Curry told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "Give up or find solutions."
New Hampshire is 3-2, with its two losses coming in a 64-61 shootout against Old Dominion and in a blowout loss to FBS opponent Minnesota. Curry had high praise for his upcoming opponent.
"They have remarkable offensive ingenuity and versatility," he said.
Quarterback Ronnie Bell struggled against William & Mary, throwing four interceptions. Still, Curry sees potential in his signal caller. He noted Bell's ability to fit balls into small windows that lead to big completions. But he'd like to see Bell get better at ball protection as the season moves forward.