The Saluki secondary has created a no-fly zone through the first four games of the season.
The defensive backs and safeties have intercepted passes, tipped balls to the ground and rocked opposing receivers en route to a 3-1 start to the season. The group's performance has taken pressure off the rest of the team.
"It's nice having those guys back there for me," senior linebacker Brandin Jordan said. "I know I don't have to worry when the ball goes over my head, because those guys behind me are almost always going to be tipping the ball or running it back the other way."
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