"My head's still up . . . we gave what we had." – Jonal Saint-Dic
EAST LANSING – After a statistically surprising start to the season, Michigan State
's pass rush, and defense as a whole, has fallen into a funk over the past two games. Going into the Northwestern
game, against a team that allowed just over 3 sacks a game, the Spartans were averaging close to 5 sacks a game; they finished the afternoon with one sack for a meek loss of two yards.
GSN caught up with Jonal Saint-Dic
after the shootout loss to the Wildcats and talked about the struggles of the defensive line despite a full effort, the message he has for naysayers, how the focus will shift to Indiana
and much more.
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"He was making good passes, he was finding good receivers," said Jonal Saint-Dic about Northwestern's C.J. Bacher. He added, however, "I'm not making excuses. They had a good game and we'll just have to come out there and hit them harder."
D-end says team won't dwell on loss or defensive breakdowns against Northwestern.