Penn State secondary seeks respect 

August, 31, 2012
Adrian AmosCal Sport Media via AP ImagesAdrian Amos saw action in every game last season and will be a key player for the Penn State secondary.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Cornerback Stephon Morris hears the criticism. He knows outsiders look at the secondary as Penn State's weakest link.

He can't forget -- his coach makes sure of that. Every day before practice, secondary coach John Butler reads critical snippets from the media aloud to his squad. He wants them to know they need to fight for respect.

"It's definitely been a motivation factor," Morris said.
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