Marcus Wilson: I saw his head turn, and I snuck in and popped up out of nowhere.
Q: This being your first start, you have a lot to live up to.
Wilson: I have a lot to live up to the next few years, and hopefully I will.
Q: In general, you guys played a great game against a team that likes to air it out.
Wilson: I think we did a pretty good job. We covered the deep balls well. Defensively, we played great.
Q: What did you do on Adam's interception?
Wilson: I had one block and the guy turned around and ran from me and I tried to chase him, and 10 yards into it, I had to stop because I was tired. Adam was dragging all the way down there.
Q: Did jumping into the game last week against Ohio State prepare you for today?
Wilson: We are just playing out there. It wasn't different.
Q: Did you have more confidence this week than last week?
Wilson: I had a lot of confidence out there. Going against OSU, I felt confident.
Q: Would you rather go against the best players?
Wilson: Yeah. That helps you out a lot.
Q: Once Purdue got in the red zone, it seems like you guys put your foot down. Is that a natural thing?
Wilson: It's just natural. We are not trying to let them score at all. We try to get three and out and get off the field.
Q: You guys seemed to be sucking wind after a few of their fourth down conversions.
Wilson: There was one play where we were sucking wind, after Shada's interception. Mattison, he came up big (on the sack). We were tired and he stepped it up.