The Michigan State defense has few weakness. It is powered by talented, veteran players and led by a defensive coaching staff that has stuck together for nearly a decade. The defense is well thought-out and masterminded by head coach Mark Dantonio, who learned under such coaches as Earle Bruce and Nick Saban.
Dantonio describes his defense as being “tied together,” meaning every piece works in unison. Little is left to chance. So it makes sense that one of Dantonio’s biggest concerns heading into this week’s game against Ohio State is Braxton Miller’s ability to improvise.
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