Tresey "We got to get better as a team"

With the 35-13 win over Western Kentucky, USF Defensive Coordinator Coach Tresey now has two games under his belt. Coach talks about the game, the mistakes made by the defense which he says are correctable, and what challenges they'll face against Charleston Southern, and much more.

The Bulls passed their first road test with a 35-13 win over Western Kentucky, and Coach Tresey now has two games under his belt as USF Defensive Coordinator Coach Tresey. After watching the film, coach talks about the game, the mistakes made by the defense, especially against the run, including missed tackles, not shooting the gaps, and guessing, all of which he says are correctable. He also talks about the play of all the new guys, and the learning curve they got to go through. Coach talks about the offensive challenges they'll face against Charleston Southern, with the motion they use, and why they'll have to be disciplined.

Part 1.

Coach Tresey talks about the team being ranked high against the pass, but not nearly as good against the run. He also talks about the superb play by senior Nate Allen, who leads the team in tackles and walk-on Raymond Mistral, who had a drive ending interception in the end zone against the Hilltoppers. He also talks about the status of Jerrell young and Quenton Washington, and the play of freshman Kayvon Webster. Coach also talks about the defensive line and the pressure they create.

Part 2.
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