Georgia State coach Bill Curry saw some improvement between his team's season-opening loss at South Carolina State and in its second game against Tennessee.
They took defeats in both of those games - 33-6 to South Carolina State and 51-13 to 23-ranked Tennessee.
The biggest area of improvement GSU is looking for entering its Sept. 15 game against Texas-San Antonio is out of redshirt freshman quarterback Ben McLane. He fumbled six times against Tennessee, something he would later attribute to taking a final look at the secondary as he was receiving the snap.
Those kinds of adjustments are what Curry feels can be improved, and facing deep teams like South Carolina and Tennessee gave the Panthers some insight into what they'll have entering the Colonial Athletic Association season.
Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET Saturday at the Georgia Dome.
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