SEATTLE -- Kemoko Turay learned a lot during his redshirt season, and that went on display in last night's final moments of a 41-38 victory over Washington State. Turay's two sacks in his debut did not satisfy his hunger to improve on the defensive line. He discussed in a 1-on-1 conversation with ScarletReport.com.
Turay sacked WSU quarterback Connor Halliday twice, including a huge third-down sack in the final minute of action.
After not knowing the names of the positions 18 months ago, Turay's progress has been gigantic. Speaking 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com last night, Turay discussed how late-night study sessions with graduate assistant Charlie Noonan and the eagerness to lead helped him have an impact.