It was one of the most memorable plays in Super Bowl history.
With the Seahawks trailing the Patriots 28-24 with 26 seconds remaining in Super Bowl XLIX, Russell Wilson's pass intended for Ricardo Lockette was intercepted by Malcolm Butler, sealing the stunning victory for New England.
The play call was widely criticized. Why throw the ball when you have Marshawn Lynch capable of running it in?
On Saturday, more than a year after the play that cost the Seahawks a chance at back-to-back Super Bowl titles, Wilson was able to poke fun at the interception.
While giving the commencement speech at the University of Wisconsin, Wilson provided the graduating class with some simple advice, according to ESPN.
"Of course, I'm also here to share some things I've learned. Things like, if you're dating a woman that's way out of your league, ask her to marry you. If you can throw a football 80 yards, for some reason, people think that's pretty cool," Wilson said. "And if you're playing the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, and you've got 26 seconds left and you're down by four, and it's second and goal on their 1-yard line, try not to throw an interception. That's purely, purely hypothetical though, of course."
The Seahawks drafted Wilson in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Wisconsin.
Wilson and Seahawks host Miami on Sept. 11 to open the 2016 season. They face the 49ers on Sept. 25 in San Francisco and on Jan. 1, 2017 in Seattle to close out the season.