In this Oct. 6, 2012 file photo, Marshall quarterback Rakeem Cato reacts after a Herd fumble was recovered and turned into a touchdown by Tulsa during an NCAA college football game in Huntington, W.Va. Marshall coach Doc Holliday doesn't want to see a repeat of last year's floundering defense. While Marshall thrived behind quarterback Rakeem Cato, opposing offenses ran up 43 points per game on the Thundering Herd, which allowed at least 50 points five times. (AP Photo/The Herald-Dispatch, Mark Webb, File)
Marshall strong safety D.J. Hunter talks about the 2013 edition of the Thundering Herd defense.