September 19, 2012
Pass rush isn't broke says D-Line coach Ted Gill
EAST LANSING - Don't infer that the Michigan State D-line is broken because it only has one sack through the first three weeks of 2012.
Because Michigan State assistant Ted Gill may just call 'BS,' as he did during interviews on Tuesday when a reporter asked him what needed to be done to fix the Spartan pass rush.
"If they hang on to the ball and they sit in the pocket we can sack them like that," Gill said. "But when they sprint out and throw the ball away in two seconds, how can you get to them like that? I am asking you the question."
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