that has caused some quick throws or some less than accurate passes, but I think we'll see the team get more and more pressure once they get more and more comfortable with what they are trying to do defensively. They are definitely doubling BG and taking him away and he's the most experienced and talented pass rusher we have. I agree that the other guys need to defeat their blocks and get some pressure, but we're talking about SB, who is undersized and new to being a LB, and Roh who is a true freshman, so we're 1/3rd of the way into the season and these guys are essentially learning on the job. I think GERG's assessment is correct that this defense will continue to improve and I think that translates into more pressure and more sacks.
You can rule out the ND game as they set out to have a numerical advantage against our pass rushers by max protecting and running 2 man routes. You should not expect to see us blowing up a huge and experienced OL like theirs. EMU was a little better, but we could have done more to get to the passer. WMU was good in that they got pressure but also played competently behind that pressure, which was probably the game plan to rush with four and cover with 7 as WMU is known to throw it around excessively. We held them to 7 points in mop up time.
Just keep the faith and hope these guys start to gel more and more in this defense.