Based on that alone, it's easy to see why the Rams handled the Bulldogs 24-6 in a battle of two big-school powers Friday night at Landis Field.
The difference between the two perennial District 3 title contenders on this night was up front. Central Dauphin (3-0) won the battle in the trenches on both sides of the ball, limiting Wilson (2-1) to 16 rushing yards, while the Rams rolled up 227 yards on the ground.
Central Dauphin, while sloppy with 13 penalties, took care of the football and did not have a turnover. Wilson gave it away four times that led to 17 of the Rams' 24 points.