I probably should have started doing this a long time ago, but here’s a view from Georgia State’s two coordinators, Anthony Midget and John Bond, on the good and bad from last week’s win over Rhode Island, and the challenges this week’s opponent Villanova presents.
First, a few notable players on defense – end Melvin King and tackle Joe Lockley — weren’t able to practice Tuesday. King has an injured knee and Lockley’s injury is undisclosed. The team is already without David Huey, who suffered a season-ending injury earlier.
That’s not good when the Panthers are preparing to face one of the best rushing teams in the Colonial Athletic Association. Villanova is averaging 258.6 rushing yards per game.
“It’s going to be a challenge, but I just tell the guys that it’s next man up. We experienced this in the spring when we had a lot of guys out and we gave guys opportunities to play.
“We are going to move some guys around and look at a couple of guys and see if they can hold