"The more video we watched as a staff and players, the more confident we felt like we could beat Wesley," Wood said Thursday morning. "Don't get me wrong, I've told people they shouldn't be in Division III. … They have athletes that can play Division II and Division I football. Collectively, I thought Wesley had the best talent in Division III. What we saw was what opponents were not doing or what they were doing. We took a page from the North Central game, the 50-49 game [that the Wolverines won on Sept. 26]. We thought, 'Wow, you can score on those guys, you can score on Wesley and put 49 points on them.' And then looking at opposing defenses, a lot of defenses were playing scared and a lot of the schemes they had, I was confused. We just said, 'We're not going to do those things. We're going to do something different.' So I think it was more of what the opponents were or were not doing. We just wanted to try to keep them off-balance as much as possible."