Wilkins apparently doesn't share his father's and uncle's bitterness, which
makes the whole sad chapter and even more inexplicable. He has of course
settled on Georgia, but has sweet things to say about State, and even says he
hope he can come back to visit and wants to maybe catch a game next year.
Chances are by the time things settle out that'll pass, but still, it's sad to
see him talk like this. It makes it seem even more obvious that there is a
significant difference between his outlook and his dad's, and leads one to suspect that his father's attitude has cost his son more dearly than we know.