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.
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