Following the win versus Michigan, senior middle linebacker and defensive leader Jason Cabinda had a chance to talk about the defense and team in general.
Cabinda was asked if the team had last season’s horrible loss to Michigan on their minds during the aftermath of the game on Saturday.
Talking about the seven sacks that Penn State had versus Michigan and how the team could have had even more had it not been for the scrambling ability of John O’Korn.
On enjoying the win and dancing in the locker room.
Cabinda spoke about the sudden-change defense when it faced adversity following Trace McSorley’s first-half interception. It’s nice to know that he and the rest of the team see what we see when watching them play. If Penn State wants to achieve their best potential outcome this season, it will have to improve when facing unexpected adversity due to turnovers.
He spoke about how it felt to put up such a great defensive effort while playing opposite the Michigan defense that has been given so much credit by the national media.