Sensabaugh: "You're never satisfied"

Sensabaugh: "You're never satisfied"


Sensabaugh: "You're never satisfied"


By Gray Gardner.

Junior defensive back Coty Sensabaugh was very complimentary of the North Texas offense after Saturday’s game.

“Give credit to North Texas because they’re a good team,” he said. “They have some really good ball players and they’re going to win some games.” 

Sensabaugh, who intercepted a pass in Saturday’s game against the Mean Green, was pleased with his team’s effort in the victory. 

“As a whole, if you watch the film, we all played hard, offense and defense,” Sensabaugh said. “As far as defense, we had great effort. Guys were playing hard for one another. We had a few missed assignments and a few missed tackles, but give credit to North Texas.” 

Although the effort level was high, Sensabaugh said he feels like the team can play a lot better. 

“[We] definitely (could have played better)… you’re never satisfied,” Sensabaugh said. “I don’t feel good about anything. You just got to stay hungry, keep studying and keep working on your technique…keep improving that’s the main thing.” 

Sensabaugh said that the Mean Green did not do anything that really surprised him defensively. 

“Watching film on them, as talented as they are, they have a lot of formations and a lot of different plays so it really didn’t surprise me.” 

Sensabaugh said that the goal this week is to correct mistakes from Saturday and improve defensively against a team that is quite similar to North Texas. 

“I watched PC play Wake Forest the other night,” Sensabaugh said. “From what I’ve watched, they seem very similar to North Texas.”

One would hope the Tiger defense will fare better against a familiar offensive scheme the second time around.



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