COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley addressed the media Nov. 12 ahead of the Terps-Michigan State game Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. in Byrd Stadium. Locksley discussed the physical, stalwart Spartans' defense, which brings plenty of pressure and creates turnovers at will. He said the MSU front seven will be one of the toughest challenges the Terps will see all season. Locksley also talked about his offense and who will have to step up in place of injured receiver Stefon Diggs, including Jacquille Veii, Amba Etta-Tawo and the tight ends. He said the offensive line really has to pick up its pass protection in order to contain the Spartans' rush.
See what else Locklsey had to say in the video below:
Locksley: MSU's 'D' One Of Nation's Toughest
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