COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland defensive coordinator Brian Stewart said he quickly moved on from the 52-7 loss to Wisconsin and is fully focused on Penn State. Speaking of the Nittany Lions, Stewart said that while PSU's offense has struggled this year, there are a number of weapons his defense has to account for, including quarterback Christian Hackenberg. Stewart said his defense has to bring pressure from all angles to try and rattle Hackenberg and throw the PSU offense off-kilter. He also mentioned that linebackers like Jesse Aniebonam, Yannik Ngakoue and Yannick Cudjoe-Virgil have made positive contributions recently, while cornerback Jarrett Ross is progressing as well.
See what else Stewart had to say in the video below:
Stewart: PSU'S 'O' Is Better Than Stats Show
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