FSU defensive tackle and sophomore phenom Marvin Wilson spoke to the media after Florida State got run over by Notre Dame 42-13. He blamed the early 17-point hole to self-inflicted mistakes.
Wilson finished with just one tackle and one QB hurry despite the Irish rushing 50 times for 365 yards. Wilson didn’t hesitate to place the blame squarely on himself, stating that as a leader of the defense he has to play better going forward. He vowed to go back to work and get it fixed.
He also spoke about the pass rush, which has failed to record a sack for three straight weeks. Wilson stated offenses were scheming for their rush and that they needed to develop more moves and techniques to recapture the early-season results.
Wilson also echoed Dontavious Jackson, and discussed tapping into the anger and frustration over this season and how it could help them on the field and in avoiding being the team to break FSU’s bowl streak.
Marvin Wilson post-game availabilityPosted by TomahawkNation.com on Sunday, November 11, 2018