Submitted without editorial.
"Their spread offense was a little more complex," he said. "Everybody says that's not football, but they won games with that system. Anything that helps your players be successful, that's what you do.
"I guess their coaches knew that. They used that as a tool for him to throw."
Plenty of intangibles enter into any given football game. Saturday's may involve the sting Wilson still feels over the memory of watching the back of Roundtree's jersey growing smaller.
Yes, there is a circle on his calendar. There's also a vow in his heart, however humble it may be.
"I've never been on a defense that had 60 points scored on them," Wilson said. "That's something that hurt really bad, and that I'm going to have to live with for the rest of my life. No one will ever score 60 points on a defense that I play on, ever again."